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What Aziz Ansari’s “Apology” Says About How Men View Their Encounters With Women

As I've read "Grace's" account of alleged sexual misconduct and Aziz Ansari's apology, and listened to the discourse around them, both publicly and among those in my personal network, the disconnect with which men seem to view women when in sexual situations is alarmingly clear.

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Aziz Ansari Became The First Asian Man to Win Best Actor in a TV Series Last Night

"I'm glad we won this one, because it would've really sucked to lose two of these in a row; it would've been a really sh*tty moment for me, but this is nice."

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The Chi Is Lena Waithe’s Way of Paying It Forward to Her Hometown

Seeing yourself on television for the first time is an extraordinary experience because it then shows you exactly what you have been missing this entire time.

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Emmys 2017: Lena Waithe Becomes First Black Woman to Win Comedy Writing Emmy

We've been huge fans of Netflix's Master of None for a while now, and Season 2 of the show topped the first! One big reason why is the episode "Thanksgiving," a personal episode written by show co-star and writer, Lena Waithe. Well, tonight she made history, winning the Emmy for Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series along with Aziz Ansari, and becoming the first black woman to win a comedy writing Emmy!

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Anonymous Emmy Voter & Self-Described “Old White Guy” Shares Opinions We Could Have Done Without

These are just his opinions. He's entitled to them. But his opinions also influence the outcome of these awards, which in turn has a strong impact on the future of those shows, the salaries and future opportunities of the casts and creative teams, and television trends in general.

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Things We Saw Today: Rebecca Sugar Sings “What’s the Use of Feeling (Blue),” and We All Feel Feelings Forever

Here's a really delightful performance of "What's the Use of Feeling (Blue)" from none other than Steven Universe creator Rebecca Sugar.

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5 Ways Netflix’s Master of None Is Saving the World—Or, At Least Saving Television

I've been a huge fan of Aziz Ansari's Netflix comedy, Master of None, since its first season. However, if you've inhaled Season 2 like I have, you already know that this installment of Dev Shah's story takes things up to a whole new level. What's more, it's exactly the kind of show that can contribute to saving the world. Or, at least saving television. **SPOILERS AHOY IF YOU'VE NOT YOU'VE NOT YET WATCHED MASTER OF NONE S2**

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Why Master of None‘s Francesca Is Less “Italian Amelie” and More “Italian George Bailey”

If a show could represent my soul, it would be S2 of Master of None. While I'll be writing a longer piece on Monday about the season, I wanted to write today about a Hot Take that I've been seeing in several places that I take issue with. Francesca (Alessandra Mastronardi) being a "manic pixie dream girl." Ugh.

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Lena Waithe Captures How Family Dynamics Change When You Come Out in Master of None’s “Thanksgiving”

"Thanksgiving," the episode that focuses on Denise (Lena Waithe) and her coming out story, is the stand-out episode of Master of None season 2.

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Master of None‘s Dev Still Has Trouble Finding Love in New Season 2 Trailer

Dude goes full Eat, Pray, Love.

Judging by the look of this Master of None season 2 trailer, we'll be watching as Dev goes full Eat, Pray, Love in Italy with his friends and family.

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Things We Saw Today: Supergirl Stuntwoman Jessie Graff Nails Her Red Carpet Photo

Real-life superhero Jessie Graff (who we're all kind of in love with here) had the best red-carpet pose at the Emmy Awards last night.

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Things We Saw Today: Women Who Are Crushing Hard on Edward Snowden

There's nothing sexier than whistleblowing and fighting for justice, amirite? Broadly recently did an interview with the women on the Internet who are hardcore crushing on Edward Snowden. They're, ahem, "yearning to put the 'blow' in 'whistleblower.'"

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Jessica Jones, Transparent, Mr. Robot and More Win 75th Annual Peabody Awards

Originally intended to be a "Pulitzer Prize" for radio, the Peabody Award has since expanded in its 75-year history to award excellence in all electronic media, from radio and podcasts, to broadcast television and cable, to streaming television, sites, and blogs. This year, the Peabody Awards lauded shows and streaming films where diversity was as much a metric of their success as writing or production excellence. And they happened to be some of our favorites!

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Aziz Ansari’s Master of None Renewed For Second Season at Netflix

BOUNCE HOUSE!

I am a huge fan of Aziz Ansari's Master of None on Netflix. It perfectly captures not only the ins and outs of my generation in all it's messyawesome complexity, but it captures the experience of people of color of my generation. Well, Anzari has announced on Twitter that the show has been renewed for a second season!

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NBC Hires Company to Uncover Netflix’s Secret Ratings, Asks Reporters to Please Calm down About Netflix Already

NBC is fine. They're fine, okay? Stop asking!

Netflix typically keeps its metrics private, but their commitment to secrecy has been divisive in the entertainment industry for years, with more conventional networks protesting the streaming service's unwillingness to reveal ratings for their original titles.

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Top 10 TV Shows I Didn’t Have Time to Watch in 2015 (But Will in 2016 … Hopefully)

I'm just going to say it: there's too much good television out there right now. I mean, sure, we can all think of improvements worth making to even the most popular TV shows – but overall, there've been a lot of greats lately. Yet who has the time to keep up with them all?

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Mindy Kaling Accurately Predicted (and Burned) Master of None In Her Book, Why Not Me?

Did you read Mindy Kaling's book, Why Not Me? If you did, why didn't you tell us that she totally predicted the plot of Aziz Ansari's (heartbreakingly) hilarious hit show, Master of None?

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Children of Immigrant Parents React to Poignant Episode of Aziz Ansari’s Master of None

If you've watched Aziz Ansari's new Netflix show, Master of None, you know that it deals incisively and hilariously with issues like gender, race, and generational differences. Episode Two, "Parents," takes a stunning look at the last two as Dev (Ansari) and Brian (Kelvin Yu) deal with their parents. It's an episode that anyone with parents from cultures outside the United States will relate to.

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Aziz Ansari On The Late Show: “There Are A Lot of White Guys Back There”

Aziz Ansari has been making the rounds lately, talking about his excellent new Netflix series Master of None and calling out casting directors who ask him to to "do an Indian accent." In his latest appearance talking about his projects on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Ansari took the opportunity to point out systemic racism while also making a clever joke or two.

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Aziz Ansari And Minority Accents in Hollywood

Aziz Ansari spoke to EW Fest about his new show, Master of None, and the ways he drew from his own experiences in writing his Indian-American actor protagonist, Dev. Ansari doesn't want to call the Netflix series autobiographical, but he definitely relates to Dev.

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