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Master of None season 3 is coming to Netflix: May 23, 2021

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The Netflix original series Master of None premiered way back in November 2015 and immediately received tons of critical acclaim for its beautiful storytelling and amazing discussion of cultural norms while still being light-hearted and funny.

The series went on to even receive a clean 100% on Rotten Tomatoes. There was no doubt about it; this show had to get a season 2.

The second season was released in May 2017 and, once again, was a force to be reckoned with. It received multiple nominations at the major awards shows and eventually won an Emmy Award for ‘Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series‘. Unfortunately, shortly after season 2, the show disappeared without a trace.

It’s been an incredibly long time since Master of None released season 2, but, thankfully, some extremely good news came earlier this year. It was announced that the original series would third and final season.

Though bittersweet, it’s super exciting to see where Master of None season 3 will take us as it switches focus to Lena Waithe’s character, Denise.

What time is Master of None season 3 on Netflix?

Master of None: Moments in Love will premiere on May 23 on Netflix and will feature a total of five episodes, which is five episodes fewer than its previous seasons.

Master of None season 3 premieres at 12:01 a.m. PT on Sunday, May 23.

Along with focusing on Denise, the series will also switch up its cast by introducing actress Naomi Ackie as Denise’s love interest, Alicia.

Additionally, as of right now, it’s unclear if the show’s creator and writer Aziz Ansari will return as Dev, but we’ll definitely get all our questions answered upon its season 3 release.

Check out the trailer for the upcoming final season of the hit Netflix original series below.

If you’re looking for a good show to watch on Netflix in May 2021, Master of None season 3 might be the show for you!

 

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