Master of None

Film

'The Big Sick' Is Great, and It's Also Stereotypical Toward Brown Women

Clichéd tropes of South Asian women on-screen hold us all back.
Amil Niazi
7.7.17
tv

The Standalone Episodes of 'I Love Dick' and 'Master of None' Are Brilliant

TV is often at its best when straying from its main plotlines.
Pilot Viruet
5.18.17
tv

'Master of None's' Alan Yang Isn't Laughing at Your Dumb Asian Joke

But he's making his immigrant parents proud.
James Yeh
5.12.17
Weekend Recommendations

You Need to Check Out 'Master of None,' 'The Wall,' and More This Weekend

Catch up on some classic comedies, watch people make knives, and binge on a junk food podcast.
VICE Staff
5.12.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Check Out the First Full Trailer for Season 2 of 'Master of None'

Aziz Ansari's character Dev spends his time scootering, eating, drinking, and dancing his way through Italy.
VICE Staff
4.5.17
Stuff

H. Jon Benjamin Voices His Thoughts on Funny Voices in 2015

The voice behind the titular characters on <i>Archer</i> and <i>Bob's Burgers</i> 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.
Zach Sokol
12.27.15
Stuff

Why Isn't Pop Culture Better at Talking About Climate Change?

Some of the best art of the past year tackles major social issues like racism and surveillance. So why don't more TV shows and movies take on climate change?
Jordan Foisy
12.14.15
daily vice

Talking About Aziz Ansari and Race on Today's 'Daily VICE'

We also investigate gender trouble in the art world and find out how cats conquered the internet.
Daily VICE
12.2.15
Stuff

Aziz Ansari Is Everywhere

The comedian and actor wrote a book about relationships, sold out Madison Square Garden twice in the same night, toured with Amy Schumer, and launched a hilarious and diverse Netflix series. What's next?
James Yeh
12.2.15
Stuff

Realistic Asian-Americans Have Finally Arrived on TV

Aziz Ansari's new Netflix series <i>Master of None</i> confirms we're in the golden age of Asian-American representation in Hollywood.
Victoria Namkung
11.14.15