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?
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.
In spite of all the success Better Call Saul lead Bob Odenkirk and Arrested Development star David Cross have found on their own, fervent Mr. Show fans have long-clamored for a reunion between the pair. Now, Netflix has officially given a series order to a new sketch comedy series with Odenkirk and Cross, abbreviating Mr. Show with Bob and David to the simpler With Bob and David.
We're not entirely sure when 'Arrested Development' creator Mitch Hurwitz will get back to the business of the Bluths, but the acclaimed showrunner has at least one new course load in the future: 'Community' season 5! Following showrunner Dan Harmon's lead, Hurwitz will guest in an episode of the coming NBC season, as will noted Adult Swim comedy duo Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim.
The teaser for the new film 'The Comedy' starring Tim Heidecker of comedy duo 'Tim and Eric' takes a different approach to marketing -- rather than use pull quotes from positive reviews, it uses the more negative quotes from reviews. See the movie or don't, this trailer doesn't seem to really care.