Say Buon Giorno to the First Trailer for Master of None’s Very Italian Season Two
The last time we saw Aziz Ansari’s Dev Shah on Master of None, he was following his appetite for Italian cuisine all the way to Rome to take a pasta-making course, instead of following his heart and all its feels for Noël Wells to Tokyo. And when in Rome, you do as the Romans do: film Kanye parody videos (not for the show, sadly), sip espresso, ride mopeds through the countryside, and live out all your black-and-white Italian cinematic dreams with Eric Wareheim. But back in New York, you do as the New Yorkers do: distract your broken heart with Tinder dates, go to dinner parties with John Legend, Angela Bassett, and Bobby Cannavale, and, as always, sulk on your couch. Cheer up, Aziz, you’ve still got the world’s most endearing parents! Master of None finally returns for a very scenic and international season two on May 12.
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