We still miss the classic SNL promo format, but Master of None star and comedian Aziz Ansari nonetheless has some serious moves in his first hosting preview. See for yourself (and get a tiny bonus cameo from his mom) of this weekend’s second 2017 show.
We’ve known for some time that Rogue One star Felicity Jones would steal the SNL plans as our first 2017 host, so who should follow? None other than Master of None star Aziz Ansari, booking his SNL debut for the week after.
Surprising no one, Netflix and Aziz Ansari’s Master of None scored some top-tier Emmy nominations yesterday, making the wait for Season 2 that much more excruciating. According to co-creator Alan Yang however, new episodes will begin filming as early as this summer, featuring some very welcome returning stars.
The placement of Aziz Ansari’s Netflix dramedy Master of None on so many 2015 top ten lists virtually guaranteed it a second season, but given the show’s personal nature, Ansari himself wasn’t sure when new episodes would arrive. Now, spend the year making some pasta, as we wait for an official Master of None Season 2 in 2017.
Netflix and Aziz Ansari’s Master of None more than lived up to expectations, providing one of 2015's most beloved comedies, leaving many to question the lack of an official second season. Ansari himself reveals that they’d love to do more, but may need time to fill up the well creatively.
Parks and Recreation may be a tragically distant memory, but Aziz Ansari’s comedic partnership with creator Mike Schur looks to enter a whole new phase with the comedian’s upcoming Netflix dramedy Master of None. Our first full trailer for the November series has arrived, seeming equal parts Louie and Apatow, so who wants a first look?
The madness of TCA’s ongoing press tour has begun, and with Netflix first out of the gate, it’s only fitting that horse be their main event. Not only has BoJack Horseman officially (and deservedly) been renewed for Season 3, so too do we know the title and premiere of Aziz Ansari’s new show, and the rescued fourth season of Longmire.
Netflix’s cycle of pickups can leave us with a bit of whiplash, renewing Daredevil for every Full House revival, but the latest is definitely an upswing. Parks and Recreation creator Mike Schur will reunite with Aziz Ansari and a cast of comedy favorites for a new Netflix comedy.
If you’re still feeling emotional about last night’s series finale of Parks and Recreation, this might not make you feel better, but it will certainly make you feel more! On last night’s Late Night With Seth Meyers, the entire cast of the series joined host Seth Meyers to talk about their show (and saying goodbye to it, sniff sniff). From Amy Poehler to Chris Pratt, Adam Scott to Aubrey Plaza, Aziz Ansari to Retta, everyone was here to celebrate the show. And you know who else was there in spirit? Li’l Sebastian. More tears, it’s okay, let it out.
Of all the series we'd never have expected to shake things up with a time jump, NBC's 'Parks and Recreation' went lightyears ahead in "Moving Up" to its sixth season finale last night. And while NBC hasn't confirmed the seventh season as its last, producer Mike Schur got on the horn to discuss the show's surprising fast-forward, including one very 'Mad' man cameo, and what it means for the future Pawnee of 2017.