‘Master of None season 2’ is coming to Netflix


All the ‘Master of None’ fans, we would like to tell that season two of this well-liked series will hit the door of Netflix on 12th May 2017.

We all know last year writing. Master of None is an American comedy-drama web television series, which was premiered for streaming on 6th of November 2015 on your favorite streaming platform, Netflix. The series was created by Alan Yang and Aziz Ansari and stars Ansari in the lead role of Dev, a 30-year old actor who attempts to make his path via life in New York City. This first season holds the ten episodes. Don’t say you haven’t watched this amazing series, well, we would like to recommend you to activate this amazing streaming service so you can stream your favorite shows and motion pictures on Netflix. Good thing is that the list of new titles has been revealed by the Netflix, so what are you waiting for?


For a modest show with seemingly modest aspirations, Master of None of Aziz Ansari became an immense hit in 2015, seeing Azizi’s character Dev navigating the world of modern romance while taking a sideways look at race and gender. If you’re a huge fan of this series then we would like to tell that the second season of this series is coming to Netflix. A second season was a conviction, but now we know exactly when it will arrive, the comedian posting on Twitter: “Master of None Season 2 premieres May 12th on Netflix”. So, you just need to go to www Netflix Com if you haven’t activated this amazing streaming service. In the trailer we see him riding the countryside on a moped with his friend Arnold (Eric Wareheim). Co-creator of series Alan Yang made the confirmation to The Hollywood Reporter that a least of part of this season two will be set in Italy.

Here we have the official season 2 synopsis from Netflix

After traveling abroad, Dev comes back to New York to take on challenges in his private and family life, a fresh career, opportunity, chances, and a complex, growing and maintaining a relationship with someone very meaningful to him.

The teaser trailer sees Dev and his buddy Arnold riding mopeds through what looks to be rural Italy (as we said earlier), suggesting he did make it out there to attend pasta school. The series star conceived the show, which co-stars Noel Wells, Eric Wareheim, Lena Waithe, and Kevin Yu, like one of his stand-up schedules, with each episode putting spotlight on a different topic.

The first season was facilely among the ideal of 2015’s crop of new shows, and considering the critical feedback and awards it collected, it’s surprising this popular streaming service did not try to rush it out sooner. That they are permitting Ansari to take his time with each season utters to their dedication to standard, even if that might be aching for fans.