Critic Consensus: Master of None's second season picks up where its predecessor left off, delivering an ambitious batch of episodes that builds on the show's premise while adding surprising twists.
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The Emmy award-winning comedy is back! After traveling abroad, Dev (Aziz Ansari) returns to New York to take on challenges in his personal and family life, a new career opportunity, and a complex, developing relationship with someone very meaningful to him.
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There is a certain ease with which the ideas of Master of None are now flowing, where by the season's penultimate episode, when the running time swells to an hour, it's as if the series can't contain its own wealth of creativity.
Fortunately, the fourth episode, "First Date," is a classic, weaving together a dozen first date experiences that Dev has into a seamless half-hour. It's like a sampler platter of comedy and romance, the kind that "Master of None" serves up best.
There's a real joie de vivre felt in Master of None that can only come from Ansari, Yang and the cast having a great time while making it.
Master of None is Woody Allen meets Nora Ephron meets Antonioni. And that turns out to be a pretty fantastic - and visually arresting - mix.
But while Master of None seems to be made for millennials, it also seems to be made for Gen-Xers, and romantics, and comedy fans, and foodies, and world citizens, and everybody
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