Looking a bit more like “Louie” than “Parks and Recreation,” Aziz Ansari’s new Netflix series, “Master of None,” looks more like a continuation of the stand-up comedian’s studies than his past shows and movies. Ansari’s best-selling book, “Modern Romance,” focused on dating practices in today’s digitally-dominated day-and-age, traveling across the world to observe and analyze different dating practices to understand how things have changed from generation to generation.
In the trailer above, Ansari’s character is asked the common questions — “Do you see yourself settling down?” — while he asks harder ones, from the difference between men and women’s Instagram accounts to assumptions based on age.
Ansari stars as Dev, a 30-year-old actor living in New York who struggles with just about every decision he’s asked to make, from where to have his Sunday brunch to the direction of his life in general. “Master of None” co-stars “Tim and Eric’s” Eric Wareheim, H. Jon Benjamin, Kelvin Yu (“Popular”) and Lena Waithe (“The Comeback”). “Parks and Recreation” co-creator Michael Schur is on board as an executive producer, along with Dave Becky (“Louie”) and David Miner (“Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”).
“Master of None” Season 1 premieres November 6, in its entirety, on Netflix. Watch the trailer above and check out the poster below.