Master of None Reviews & Ratings

Fridays, 3:00 AM ET on Netflix

30 minutes

Based on the comedic viewpoints of Aziz Ansari, the show follows the personal and professional lives of Dev (Aziz Ansari), a 30-year-old actor in New York who has trouble deciding what he wants to eat, much less the pathway for the rest of his life. Ambitious, funny, cinematic, and both sweeping in scope and intensely personal, Dev's story takes him through subjects as diverse as the plight of the elderly, the immigrant experience, and how to find the most delicious pasta for dinner.
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Jun 2, 2017 11:57AM EDT
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Aziz Ansari is heartwarming, quirky and fun. This show is one of those shows that can hit you right upside the head with a message or a lesson but its okay because its done really well and the acting is fantastic. I enjoyed this a lot more than i anticipated.

Aziz Ansari is heartwarming, quirky and fun. This show is one of those shows that can hit you right upside the head with a message or a lesson but its okay because its done really well and the acting is fantastic. I enjoyed this a lot more than i anticipated.

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May 14, 2017 5:12AM EDT
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Some of the finest television that I've ever had the pleasure of expieriencing. Aziz kills it over and over and over again. Especially in season 2.

Some of the finest television that I've ever had the pleasure of expieriencing. Aziz kills it over and over and over again. Especially in season 2.

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Nov 11, 2015 10:53PM EST
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This show makes me so happy. It clearly illustrates SO MANY issues that I've tried (and usually failed) to explain to people about the differences in human experiences. Funny and honest.

This show makes me so happy. It clearly illustrates SO MANY issues that I've tried (and usually failed) to explain to people about the differences in human experiences. Funny and honest.

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Nov 11, 2015 9:40PM EST
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Such a brilliant show. It's both clever, stupid, feminist, pro-choice and just everything that a modern comedy show should be. Aziz is great as struggling actor Dev and the supporting cast (including Aziz's own parents as his parents) are just fantastic. I can see this becoming one of those cult hits that your friends will be quoting to each other, so get involved before you're left out.

Such a brilliant show. It's both clever, stupid, feminist, pro-choice and just everything that a modern comedy show should be. Aziz is great as struggling actor Dev and the supporting cast (including Aziz's own parents as his parents) are just fantastic. I can see this becoming one of those cult hits that your friends will be quoting to each other, so get involved before you're left out.

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Jan 29, 2018 11:38PM EST
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The gradually upward scaling "flavor of the month" political overtones peppered throughout the series resume everything wrong with the show, while simultaneously revealing everything that it represents...a thinly veiled branding of the shows star, writer, director, inspiration for,etc etc etc...as a celebrity and entertainment executive. Awkward, derivative, exploitative at times, with a few of the supporting cast providing the occasional laugh/sigh of relief. The main story arc pretty much sums it up "lots of fancy expensive crap laying about under the pretense of fun and romance, when really its just trying to screw you out of prior engagements".

The gradually upward scaling "flavor of the month" political overtones peppered throughout the series resume everything wrong with the show, while simultaneously revealing everything that it represents...a thinly veiled branding of the shows star, writer, director, inspiration for,etc etc etc...as a celebrity and entertainment executive. Awkward, derivative, exploitative at times, with a few of the supporting cast providing the occasional laugh/sigh of relief. The main story arc pretty much sums it up "lots of fancy expensive crap laying about under the pretense of fun and romance, when really its just trying to screw you out of prior engagements".

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May 15, 2017 6:40PM EDT
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Both seasons are extremely witty, topical and heartwarming because it is just so relatable while still tackling important societal issues and maintaining a sense of humour. That is a rare find!

Both seasons are extremely witty, topical and heartwarming because it is just so relatable while still tackling important societal issues and maintaining a sense of humour. That is a rare find!

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Jan 26, 2016 3:48AM EST
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A combination of dark humor mixed with a realistic, yet funny commentary on the everyday life of an Asian minority makes Master of None a master of comedy.

A combination of dark humor mixed with a realistic, yet funny commentary on the everyday life of an Asian minority makes Master of None a master of comedy.

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Nov 26, 2015 11:13AM EST
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just amazing! absolutely love the show!

just amazing! absolutely love the show!

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Apr 3, 2018 11:49AM EDT
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Great show. Loved season 2.

Great show. Loved season 2.

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Mar 23, 2018 10:00AM EDT
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This show is really funny and new and interesting. Aziz is really hilarious and full of heart.

This show is really funny and new and interesting. Aziz is really hilarious and full of heart.