Master of None last featured on Netflix four years ago as the series released the second season. The celebrated dramedy by Alan Yang and Aziz Ansari has been giving hopes after hopes that it will return for a third season. The entire series is directed, written, and produced by Ansari. Moreover, the series also features Dev Shah, a semi-famous actor featured in a semi-autobiographical show. Shah said that there are no plans of releasing the third season anytime soon, but it will be out on Netflix sometime later. The comments of Shah dates back to 2017.
Master of None Season 3: Release Date
The third season of Master of None is all set to film across London, suggesting that the premise will revolve around the same place. As far as the series’s production is concerned, it has not yet begun; hence there are no details regarding the date of release of the series at the time. It’s quite a challenging task to provide a concrete timeframe concerning the release date.
Additionally, the more complicated question is the continuity of the series amid the COVID-19 shutdown, delays, outbreaks. The series revolves around numerous social situations and public settings such as restaurants, bars, and award shows. It is tough to imagine Master of None irrespective of how many times the series has been re-formatted. Making it seem easy to follow the protocol of COVID-19 might destroy the series’s very essence.
Currently, London is regarded to be at a complete crisis point amid the resurgence of a pandemic. Also, the rumored setting regarding shooting the forthcoming season in the most controlled environment isn’t quite fruitful. The idea is not to be a skeptic; rather, it the reality that the makers of the series are going to have to live with.
Master of None Season 3: Cast
Aziz Ansari will be back in the show as Dev alongside Naomi Ackie, the BAFTA-winning actress featured in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker and The End of the F***ing World.
Additionally, the ever-talented Lena Waithe will also be returning to season 3 to portray Denise’s role, Dev’s trusted friend. In 2017, Ansari and Waithe shared Emmy’s award for writing the episode, namely ‘Thanksgiving’ from the second season. Further, this made Waithe the first-ever woman of color to win in the Emmys for writing a comedy-drama. The aftermath of the win is that Waithe becomes one of the influential and prolific producers in the whole of Hollywood. Waihe is also in charge of providing a robust representation of the LGTBQ community and people of color on films and TV Series.
Master of None Season 3: Plot
The third season is all about an international precedent for the series Master of None. In the second season, Dev toured Italy and met Francesca, who later became his love interest the entire season.
There is a highly likely chance that just like season two revolved around Ansari’s experience in Italy. The third season will feature Ansari’s expertise, which he procured during his time in London.