Master of None Renewed for Season 2
Aziz Ansari can now call himself a master of renewal. READ MORE
TVLine's Performer of the Week: Justin Theroux
THE PERFORMERS | Justin Theroux
THE SHOW | The Leftovers
Master of None Review: Aziz Ansari Goes Deep With Winning Take on Sex and the Single Guy
Much like his character Dev, a commercial actor muddling his way through New York City’s dating scene, Aziz Ansari’s new comedy Master of None (streaming now on Netflix) can be unabashedly meandering — but that’s in no way intended as a criticism. READ MORE
Aziz Ansari's Master of None Trailer: Netflix Comedy Skewers Instagram, Race, the Morning-After Pill
Aziz Ansari’s character may only see black when he tries to look into his future, but the trailer for the comic’s new Netflix comedy Master of None contains multiple shades of funny. READ MORE & WATCH TRAILER
Aziz Ansari's Netflix Comedy Series Gets Release Date, Masterful Title
Aziz Ansari Reunites With Parks and Rec Boss on Netflix Comedy Series
This is the kind of surefire business venture that would make Tom Haverford green with envy.
TVLine Items: Aziz Ansari Brings His Schtick to Netflix, Wolfgang Puck Visits CSI and More
Aziz Ansari is teaming with Netflix on his latest stand-up special.
The Parks and Recreation star’s third comedy solo comedy performance, titled Buried Alive, will be available exclusively on the streaming service …READ MORE
Video: Parks and Recreation's Tom, Unplugged?!
One of TV’s most wired (literally and figuratively), tech-savvy characters will undergo a Revolution when Parks and Recreation‘s Tom Haverford powers down in an upcoming episode.
Speaking with TVLine’s Michael Ausiello on the red carpet at Sunday’s Emmy Awards, Aziz Ansari revealed …READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Eye on Emmy: Parks and Rec's Aziz Ansari on Tom's Evolution and Genuine Love of Ginuwine
Parks and Recreation is nothing if not a place to find a vast array of loveable, quirky characters. Yet that was not always the case with Aziz Ansari‘s Tom Haverford. The Pawnee Parks Department’s erstwhile second-in-command was, in the NBC comedy’s debut season, actually a bit subversive. But after some tweaks here and rejiggering there, Tom — and Ansari — emerged as one of Parks‘ VIP players — a title of which he would no doubt approve. READ TVLINE’S Q&A