For the second installment in this thread, i'd like to recommend a short series of 8 episodes, called Undone.
Episodes run approximately 23 minutes each, in this recent release from Amazon.
Undone uses a rotoscoped film style, giving it a trippy feel, much as the Richard Linklater directed films, Waking Life and the PKD* adapted film A Scanner Darkly did.
The rotoscoping gives this one a graphic novel appearance when seen, adding a surrealness to this viewing experience.
This show is very compelling to watch, has some good comedy in place, when needed, and is full of flawed but likeable characters.
I found it to be a through-the-looking-glass tale, where on the objective consensual reality side of the mirror, the protagonist is seen as possibly being schizophrenic, while on the other side of the glass in her subjective reality, she is seen as trying to come to terms with and deal with what seems like a spiritual crisis, in having to deal with an expanded consciousness, where her awareness is nonlocal, no longer being bound by either temporal or spatial limitations.