Aziz Ansari’s Netflix comedy Master of None gets a trailer and release date

Brodie Fogg 23 October 2015 NEWS

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Aziz Ansari leads the new Netflix comedy about a 30-year old actor living in New York City and it looks fantastic.

This morning, Netflix dropped the first trailer for Master of None, a 10 episode comedy about an Indian-American actor who struggles to find direction in his work and personal life. The comedian, whose career took off after his role as Tom Haverford in Parks and Recreation will be joined by a stellar cast that includes the hilarious Noel Wells (SNL), Eric Wareheim (Tim and Eric Awesome Show) and H. Jon Benjamin (Archer).

It has been slated for a November 6 release date and as usual with Netflix, all 10 episodes when the show premieres.

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The trailer shows the main character's struggles with modern romance and being typecast in roles and it looks bloody brilliant. Master of None appears to throw a healthy dash of drama to the mix but with the roster of absurdist comedians on board, there's bound to be more than a few laughs.

Master of None joins a fresh batch of Netflix Original comedies being released over the next year, including sketch comedy With Bob and David (starring Arrested Development's David Cross and Saul Goodman himself, Bob Odenkirk) and Flaked (starring Arrested Development's Will Arnett).

Check out the hilarious trailer for Master of None below.

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