Master of None

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Why TV's brightest shows are turning episodes into standalone stories
From Girls to Atlanta, ‘bottle’ episodes have become fascinating character studies – and sometimes the basis for an entire series

Jake Nevins

22, Feb, 2018 @11:30 AM

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As Queer Eye gets a reboot, television enjoys a wealth of gay perspectives
Netflix is reviving Queer Eye for the streaming era, where LGBTQ characters are featured more centrally than ever

Jake Nevins

07, Feb, 2018 @11:00 AM

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Step Sisters review – hits and misses in Netflix's cultural appropriation comedy
A feelgood narrative sits somewhat awkwardly alongside a topical yet disappointingly tepid story of race on campus

Jake Nevins

19, Jan, 2018 @4:57 PM

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Master of None's Lena Waithe: 'If you come from a poor background, TV becomes what you dream about'
The Emmy-winning star of Master of None is one of the most sought after new voices in Hollywood. Ahead of her new US drama The Chi, she talks about growing up queer in Chicago and why TV is aspirational for black America

Rebecca Haithcoat

05, Jan, 2018 @2:00 PM

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Golden Globes 2018: who will win – and who should win – the TV categories
The small-screen categories suggest that it’ll be a big night for dystopian drama The Handmaid’s Tale and the A-list stars of Big Little Lies

Rebecca Nicholson

04, Jan, 2018 @11:00 AM

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Emmys 2017: The Handmaid's Tale takes home the big prize - as it happened
It was a big night for the dystopian drama alongside Big Little Lies, Saturday Night Live and Atlanta yet Westworld and Stranger Things left empty-handed

Benjamin Lee and Jake Nevins in New York

18, Sep, 2017 @3:36 AM

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Tears of clowns: who are the saddest of TV's sad comedians?
Television shows built around standup comics have taken a turn for the despairing. Louis CK has a lot to answer for

Simon Miraudo

25, Aug, 2017 @6:58 AM

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What happened, Netflix? You were king of the hill – now you're circling the drain
It was the envy of the entire TV industry, but it’s becoming notorious for embarrassing duds like Gypsy and Friends from College. Can the streaming giant come back from this?

Stuart Heritage

14, Jul, 2017 @9:03 AM

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From House of Cards to Master of None: the best of film and TV streaming in Australia in June
A riot in Litchfield prison, a Quentin Tarantino marathon and the return of Agent Dale Cooper – here’s what to watch on streaming services this month

Lauren Carroll Harris

03, Jun, 2017 @10:02 PM

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On my radar: Sarah Perry’s cultural highlights
The author on the painful recollections of Tim Winton, bonding with a town’s memory of Dylan Thomas and one of the best 30 minutes of TV she’s ever seen

28, May, 2017 @9:00 AM

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Aziz Ansari: ‘I try to write political material … then get tired of it’
Considering the comedian’s career-cementing anti-Trump monologue on Saturday Night Live, the new season of Master of None is less topical than expected. What is he scared of?

Ellen E Jones

27, May, 2017 @6:00 AM

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Smug, toe-curling and underwritten: the many flaws of Master of None
Aziz Ansari’s sitcom has received almost universal acclaim – but, for all its bold experimentation and great taste, I just can’t get past the clunky storytelling

Stuart Heritage

24, May, 2017 @10:39 AM

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