Master Of None
The "Master of None" writer and star said she feels "so free and so happy and so joyful" with her short do.
A Netflix exec said the streaming service would “certainly be happy” to make another “Master of None” season with Ansari, but didn’t commit to a release timeline.
"Queer black characters have been the sidekick for long enough, it’s time for us to finally take the lead,” she writes.
2017 hit some major diversity milestones in media, politics, and entertainment. Here are a few of the biggest moments.
Master of many patterns.
It wasn't a perfect night, but like Reese Witherspoon said, let's continue to "bring women to the front of their own stories."
Kyrie Irving The name of the NBA basketball star is a unisex Greek name used in the church refrain Kyrie Eleison. Thanks
Aparna Nancherla brings a wildly unique perspective to comedy. Her bits often subvert conventional story structures by pointing
During a recent episode of NPR’s Pop Culture Happy Hour podcast, music journalist Stephen Thompson had written down two words
Cousin Harris, whom Ansari used to make fun of in his stand-up act, makes a cameo on the show.
In ‘Master Of None,’ Ansari captures how rejection of religion can be perceived as rejection of culture.
In "Master of None," Aziz Ansari creates space for diverse stories other than his own.