Aziz Ansari has kept a busy schedule since Parks and Recreation ended last year. He released a second Netflix stand-up special, Live at Madison Garden, released his book “Modern Romance”, and debuted the Netflix original series Masters of None, in which he writes, produces, and even partially directs. Netflix seems very happy with this ongoing collaboration, as it was just announced that Masters of None will be returning for a second season.
Earlier today, Ansari tweeted out a short video to announce the news. It doesn’t have anything in the way of new footage, relying solely on flashing titles of the episodes to the first season, but it is a nice reminder of the subjects he has tackled and the trajectory of his character thus far. Check it out below:
Master of None Season 2 coming 2017. Thanks for all the support everyone!! pic.twitter.com/LSxo7dEVQ1
— Aziz Ansari (@azizansari) February 11, 2016
The first season of the show was greeted with enthusiasm from critics, and apparently attracted a respectable audience if Netflix is doubling down on it. With the show, Ansari had a platform to offer his comedic take on the contemporary world, one that is witty, honest, and lighthearted while unafraid to confront the tricky subjects. The writing and direction is solid, and all in all the show is well worth a watch. It’s great to see a talent like Ansari get an opportunity like this to share his humor. Be sure to check out the second season, and catch up on the first, which is now on Netflix.
For more on Master of None, be sure to take a look at our previous coverage at the following links:
- ‘Master of None’ Trailer Reveals Aziz Ansari Confused by Love in Netflix Series
- Aziz Ansari to Tackle “Sex, Racism, Tacos” in New Netflix Series
- Stream This: Aziz Ansari Takes on Modern NYC Dating in ‘Master of None’
- The Best TV of 2015: From Bold Entrances to Grand Finales
- The Best TV Episodes of 2015 — Part 2
Meet Dev (Aziz Ansari), a 30-year-old actor in New York who has trouble deciding what he wants to eat, much less the pathway for the rest of his life.
Master of None stars Aziz Ansari, Noël Wells, Eric Wareheim, Lena Waithe, Kelvin Yu, and H. Jon Benjamin.