Critic Consensus: Master of None's second season picks up where its predecessor left off, delivering an ambitious batch of episodes that builds on the show's premise while adding surprising twists.
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It's a hysterical, complex, gorgeous season of television, one that builds on what creators Aziz Ansari & Alan Yang accomplished in the first year in unexpected ways.
Shah's tender approach to everything from lasagna to courting could easily go down like a sugar overdose, but our hero is so earnest in his search for life's simple pleasures that you still want to kiss him on the forehead.
Master of None isn't here to propagate myths. It's striving to find truth. And what's uncovered in Season 2 is a lot like the life Ansari and Yang expertly recreate: surprising, enriching, and oh so divine.
A delicious return for a clever series that continues to enchant with its understated wit. It's the best TV so far this year.
The result is a show that is yes, beautiful, and often causes twinges of envy -- but one that is also curious, empathetic, and ultimately satisfying.
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