Thanksgiving is a loaded holiday for a lot of queer folks. For some, it means going back into the closet entirely. For others, it means going partially back in the closet. Maybe your family knows you’re gay, but they don’t want you to be “too gay” at the dinner table. Show More Summary
Everyone give it up for the Jabbawockeez and your next Aziz-cap! As a special supplement to your regularly scheduled recaps of Master of None, we’ve asked New York Magazine cover star Aziz Ansari to give us the behind-the-scenes breakdown of each episode, pieced together from multiple conversations over the past ... More »
There is a war going on, people. And it’s between comedians! Wait, don’t leave. At least watch this video first. It’s funny! So, this war. It’s over if comedy needs to be funny or if it can be, as Difficult People joked, just “30-minute dramas.” Beyond Difficult People’s second season, ... More »
The religion-focused third episode of this season of Master Of None introduces Navid, who learns about the world of pork products from his cousin Dev, played by series creator Aziz Anasari. Harris Gani is the actor tasked with portraying Navid, but he’s not just any old “Harris.” Rather he’s Ansari’s “chubby cousin Harris” (a.k.a. Show More Summary
In Master of None’s fourth episode, Dev (Aziz Ansari) goes on a series of awkward and entertaining first dates with different women, including one, Christine (Lauren Miller), with whom he makes it all the way back to the bedroom. Everything...Show More Summary
It’s easy to oversimplify life’s big choices, to view decision-making as a process of choosing between this and that. But as the title of this episode of Master Of None suggests, there’s usually a “Door #3.” Television often presents characters with clear-cut choices between doors one and two. Show More Summary
Viola! Here is your next Aziz-cap! As a special supplement to your regularly scheduled recaps of Master of None, we’ve asked New York Magazine cover star Aziz Ansari to give us the behind-the-scenes breakdown of each episode, pieced together from multiple conversations over the past several months.Episode 4: “First Date” ... More »
Looks like Aziz Ansari officially has a penchant for casting his family members in his popular show, Master of None. As Vulture uncovered, not only are Dev’s parents in the show played by his real-life mom and dad Fatima and Shoukath, but also his oscreen cousin Navid is played by his in-the-flesh cousin Harris Gani,…
If you’ve watched Aziz Ansari’s early stand-up specials or read his pioneering Tumblr blog AzizIsBored from 2009, you probably know and love a recurring character he calls “my chubby cousin Harris.” What you may not have noticed, though, is that that same cousin, Harris Gani — now all grown up ... More »
I've been a huge fan of Aziz Ansari's Netflix comedy, Master of None, since its first season. However, if you've inhaled Season 2 like I have, you already know that this installment of Dev Shah's story takes things up to a whole new level. Show More Summary
Greenpoint club Good Room, which you may have seen in the new season of Master of None, will be presenting outdoor parties on the rooftop of nearby venue Dobbin St. all summer long... Continue reading…
In today’s edition of TV Bits: A Preacher season two featurette. The trailer for the final season of Orphan Black. A new look at Fear the Walking Dead. And a quick promo for the Hotel Transylvania series. In a month’s time, Jesse Custer...Show More Summary
The 'Master of None' finale sees Aziz Ansari's character in a place of uncertainty, and co-creator Alan Yang says that's just the way they like it. read more
I finished season two of Aziz Ansari's Netflix series Master of None last night, and there is so much I loved about it.I love that it's a show set in New York with a cast that actually represents what New York City looks like. I loved...Show More Summary
Beautiful Italy Black and White Photography PauloGabriel May 23, 2017 There are some awesome scenes in Italy in the latest season of 'Master of None'. Here in Brazil, there are tons of Italian immigrants and we get to see a lot of their...Show More Summary
The wait for Master of None Season 3 might be way harder than we initially imagined. Here's what we know.
Crafting a love letter to New York City certainly isn’t a groundbreaking concept in art, and yet Master Of None—with a story by Cord Jefferson and a teleplay from Aziz Ansari and Alan Yang—has written a striking love letter that soars above so much of television’s depictions of the city. Show More Summary
The "Religion" episode in the latest season of "Master of None" kicks off with a sweet, funny and totally relatable series of scenes: Christian, Hindu and Jewish kids all complaining to parents about having to go to their regular religious services. Then we see Aziz Ansari's character, Dev Shah,...
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Writer and star Lena Waithe says Aziz Ansari worked with her on keeping her coming out story personal and powerful. read more