Release Date: All 10 episodes will be released on Friday, May 12th.
After traveling abroad, Dev (Aziz Ansari) returns to New York to take on challenges in his personal and family life, a new career opportunity, and a complex, developing relationship with someone very meaningful to him.
Alan Sepinwall - Uproxx
Matt Zoller Seitz - Vulture
Look, I cant pick just one installment from the new season as the best and/or most representative, because theyre all great, and because most of them are great in incredibly different ways, as if Ansari and co-creator Alan Yang were determined to prove theyd transcended the jack of all trades, master of none cliché that provides the show with its title.
Jeff Jensen - Entertainment Weekly
Maybe the best description of this series that Ive heard comes from a friend who keeps recommending it to others: When I describe it to you, it sounds like one of the sitcoms where you would say nothing happens. And it kind of is. But somehow everything is important.
Framed by the openers themes, the second season tells a well-designed story of character-driven comedy about the demeaning lengths well travel and sink for livelihood and connection. The show now leads a new wave of artful, ribald cringe-coms Catastrophe, Love, Youre The Worst that work blue and bluesy to survey not just modern romance but the ethics of modern living.
- Aziz Ansari as Dev Shah.
- Eric Wareheim as Arnold Baumheiser.
- Lena Waithe as Denise.
- Kelvin Yu as Brian Cheng.
- Fatima and Shoukath Ansari (Aziz's real parents) as... Dev's parents.About Spoilers:
Because Netflix is releasing all the episodes at once, please use spoiler tags to discuss anything related to the story. (I don't know for how long this will be, if anyone can help me with this one haha).
There you go. Enjoy.