The third season of 'Master of None' will arrive on Netflix in May

The continuity of Master of None was seriously compromised when, months after the end of the second season in 2017, its creator and protagonist Aziz Ansari he was accused of sexual misconduct. The comedian’s career took a turn, and when asked about the future of the Netflix series, he frankly replied: “I don’t know if we are going to have a third season. I wouldn’t be surprised if it takes a long pause before going back… I have to become a different guy before writing it. “. It seems, therefore, that Ansari is already a different type; Master of None vuelve a Netflix.

The platform has confirmed this with a publication on its social networks. One, yes, quite atypical. Instead of proclaiming it in tune with the great success of the series (winner of the Golden Globe and Emmy), Netflix has been content to include its title in the list of contents that would swell its catalog in May. It looks like a cover ad, but sticking to it fans are in luck: Master of None returns next month. With a third season, as we already know, which will consist of five episodes again created by Ansari himself and Alan Yang |.

Of course, it is the little that is known at the moment about this delivery. Apparently Master of None was shot in London at the beginning of the year, and its cast has already been dropped that it will incorporate a new character played by Naomi Ackie (seen in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker). Regarding the plot, it is not clear if the accusations against Ansari have affected her development in any way: some say that her character, Dev, will lose importance in favor of her best friend Denise (Lena Waithe), but this is unconfirmed information. In any case, it won’t take long to check.


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