Weird to realize how influential The Big Short already is. Basically trying to copy that vibe, but in a true documentary fashion. Really should only be four episodes; the last two felt like a slog that they were intentionally trying to drag out for dramatics, and a lot of the most interesting stuff happens in these episodes. Cut it down to a clean four, and you got a highly entertaining, and informative, doc, with a wild scheme (wish they did divulge into the technical aspects more (then again, there's not too much to it)), and a hilariously wild cast of characters (hard to believe these people are this way, but there's no doubt in sincerity).
As is, still definitely worth a watch, just nothing groundbreaking.