Master of None
He slid into the wrong DMs.
The “meet cute” is dead, thank god.
What happens when the creators of 'Master of None,' Aziz Ansari and Alan Yang, hang out with the Master of Lunch, Mario Batali? A lot of eating and drinking.
Clichéd tropes of South Asian women on-screen hold us all back.
Aziz Ansari is at his best portraying the bad-influence cousin stuffing his face with pork.
TV is often at its best when straying from its main plotlines.
But he's making his immigrant parents proud.
We chatted with the actor/writer about working with Angela Bassett and Kym Whitley, shaping roles around her identity as a black lesbian, and her love of "Sex and the City."
Catch up on some classic comedies, watch people make knives, and binge on a junk food podcast.
Aziz Ansari's character Dev spends his time scootering, eating, drinking, and dancing his way through Italy.
Greys' Shehzaad Jiwani talks his gift about complaining about nothing and the overt and covert racism that follows him on tour.
The voice behind the titular characters on Archer and Bob's Burgers talked to VICE about some of his favorite stuff from 2015, as well as what he thinks the funniest thing he did this year was.