Just because you've won a shiny, golden Emmy award does not mean you can't enjoy a cheap burger from time to time. Aziz Ansari knows this. Following his win at the 69th Emmy Awards, the man behind Master of None decided to celebrate his show's big win with some grub at the classic Los Angeles attraction, In-N-Out. Show More Summary
Informative and entertaining television and media can be a difficult balance to strike. After witnessing the triumph of last night’s Emmy winners like Donald Glover, Aziz Ansari & Lena Waithe and Riz Ahmed, however, my pessimistic mind decided it’s not impossible. Show More Summary
Aziz Ansari continued the tradition by hitting up In 'N Out after the Emmys. [ more › ]
Is 2017 the year of black queer storytelling? After Lena Waithe’s historic Emmy win Sunday night — for writing, with Aziz Ansari, the “Thanksgiving” episode of “Master of None,” based on her own coming-out story — the week’s headlines and think pieces will surely make it seem so. Especially since...
The newly-awarded star of ‘Master of None’ couldn’t resist the West Coast burger’s siren song One might assume pasta-loving Master of None star Aziz Ansari would celebrate an Emmy win at a Los Angeles Italian staple such as Jon & Vinny’s or Valentino. Show More Summary
A history-making Emmy win for the food-obsessed show Last night, Lena Waithe and Aziz Ansari took home the Emmy for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series for their work on Master of None’s excellent episode “Thanksgiving.” This installment...Show More Summary
Lena Waithe gave mad props to Aziz Ansari, her co-winner, during her Emmy speech for comedy writer on “Masters Of None.”
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Lena Waithe took the stage and “reclaimed her time” a la Maxine Waters as she accepted her Emmy for Best Comedy Writing. “Thank you for embracing little Indian boy from South Carolina and a queer Black girl from Southside of Chicago,” said Waithe. Show More Summary
Lena Waithe has made Emmy history as the first African-American woman to win for comedy writing. Waithe won for co-writing the "Thanksgiving" episode of "Master of None" with series co-creator and star, Aziz Ansari. Waithe has also had a recurring role on the Netflix comedy. The widely acclaimed...
Writer and actress Lena Waithe just made Emmys history by becoming the first black woman to win for writing in a comedy series! Lena and Aziz Ansari won the writing award for their work on the “Thanksgiving” episode of Master of None, and her speech was really inspiring. “My LGBTQIA family, I see each and [...]
Aziz Ansari and Lena Waithe won the Emmy for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series for 'Master of None' at Sunday night's 2017 Primetime Emmy Awards.
Waithe became the first black woman to win in the category Sunday.
History was made during the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday night. Aziz Ansari and Lena Waithe took home the award for Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series for the Master of None episode titled "Thanksgiving," marking the first time an African American woman has won in the category. Show More Summary
Lena Waithe became the first black woman to win an Emmy for writing in a comedy series on Sunday night. She took the stage with Master of None creator Aziz Ansari, who co-wrote the “Thanksgiving” episode for which they received the trophy, and he stood off to the side as ... More »
He won over Zach Galifianakis, Anthony Anderson, Aziz Ansari, William H. Macy, and Jeffrey Tambor
Waithe is the first black woman to win for writing in a comedy series
He and Lena Waithe took the Emmy for their writing on the “Thanksgiving” episode of “Master of None”