Netflix’s original series, “Master of None,” is returning for a third season next month after a four-year hiatus.
The announcement came on Wednesday when the Twitter account Netflix Queue posted a few images of what’s coming on the streaming platform next month, according to Variety.
It’s been more than a year since a woman stepped forward to accuse Aziz Ansari of sexual misconduct, but he allegedly remains “terrified” to talk about it.
Speaking to an audience of 200 at New York City’s Village Underground on Monday, the 35-year-old comedian opened up about the accusation that “upset, humiliated and embarrassed” him. He said that he needed time to process his response.
Actor Aziz Ansari has now responded to the allegations of sexual misconduct by a 23-year-old female New York photographer who he went on a date with last year.
Speaking anonymously to media platform Babe, the woman referred to as “Grace” gave an account of her date with the Master of None star, describing the incident as “by far the worst experience with a man I’ve ever had”.
[Update 1-14-18 7:11 p.m. PST ] Aziz Ansari Responds to Sexual Assault Allegations
Master Of None star Aziz Ansari has now found himself embroiled in a controversy after a woman who claims she went on a date with him last year accused him of sexual misconduct.
Aziz Ansari will go down in American television history as the first actor of Asian descent to win a best actor category award at the Golden Globes.
On Sunday night, Aziz Ansari won the award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series — Musical or Comedy at the 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards. He snagged the award for his performance as the Aziz Ansari-like commercial actor Dev Shah in the hugely popular Netflix show “Master of None”. He also serves as the show’s co-creator, writer, and director.
For the first time in the Saturday Night Live’s 42-year history, an Indian American will host the hit NBC show as announced on Tuesday.
Standup comic and TV star Aziz Ansari will make history on Jan. 21 by being the show’s first host of South Asian descent, according to the Washington Post.