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In this sitcom, comedian Aziz Ansari of Parks and Recreation fame plays Dev, a young actor struggling to get his career started while living in New York. In the first season of the series, Dev encounters career hurdles such as racial stereotyping - Dev is Indian-American, and his parents are first-generation immigrants to the United States - cynical producers, and silly projects, and in his personal life, he has to deal with his difficult parents and a shaky romantic life. In the series second season, which debuted in May 2017, Dev makes some big changes to try to get his life on the path he thinks it should be on. His new situation includes a big change of scenery, significant career redirection, and a seismic shake-up in his personal and romantic lives. The series is written and produced by Ansari, and at times, it mirrors situations in his own life, including the inclusion of his own real-life parents in the roles of his parents on the series. Each of the first two seasons consist of ten thirty-minutes episodes, and the entire Netflix original series is available for streaming to subscribers of the service.

2 Seasons, 20 Episodes
November 6, 2015
Cast: Aziz Ansari, Eric Wareheim, Lena Waithe
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Master of None Full Episode Guide

  • Just as Dev's personal life reaches a tipping point, disturbing revelations throw his professional life into turmoil, too.

  • When Francesca returns to New York for a month, Dev plays tour guide and finds himself caught in a whirlwind of confusing emotions.

  • Over a series of Thanksgivings from the '90s to the present, Denise settles into her sexuality and faces the challenge of coming out to her family.

  • A sweet job offer forces Dev to take stock of his priorities. Brian helps his dad with a romantic dilemma. A cupcake competition judge gets cold feet.

  • As Dev and friends head to a theater to see the hit movie "Death Castle," the lives of several ordinary New Yorkers intersect in subtle ways.

  • After welcoming the Jabbawockeez to his show, Dev struggles to find the right date to take to a dinner party thrown by his celebrity chef boss.

  • Sucked into a popular dating app, Dev winds up on a string of awkward, fun and disorienting dates with very different women.

  • Back in New York, a visit from observant Muslim relatives puts Dev in a tricky position. He introduces his cousin to a forbidden pleasure: pork.

  • Arnold stops by on his way to a wedding to explore Modena with his Little Bud. But he hasn't told Dev the whole truth about his trip.

  • While studying pasta making in Italy, Dev makes a serendipitous connection on his birthday, only to have his plans upended by a thief.

  • After attending a wedding and a movie premiere, Dev and Rachel have to face up to all kinds of issues between them.

  • Dev and Rachel discover that living together isn't always going to be a series of happy mornings free from conflict and dirty clothes on the floor.

  • An unexpected death inspires Dev and Rachel to visit Rachel's grandmother, while Arnold contends with a strange inheritance.

  • Rachel and Denise school Dev and Arnold about the difficulties of being a woman in a world of creepy dudes. Dev is inspired to embrace feminism.

  • For his first official date with Rachel, Dev decides to go big and take her to Nashville for the weekend.

  • Dev has the chance to hook up with a woman he meets at a party, but the opportunity comes with a few complications.

  • Dev has a series of eye-opening experiences after he encounters some casual racism in TV auditions.

  • Dev's plan to score a date with a pretty waitress by inviting her to a concert doesn't have quite the result he wanted.

  • First-generationers Dev and Brian try to show their appreciation for their immigrant parents at a joint family dinner.

  • A condom mishap and a kid's birthday party prompt Dev to consider the reality of having children.

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