Aziz Ansari's hit Netflix series Master of None has scored a second season. The comedian announced the good news via Twitter on Thursday. The show will return in 2017.

Master of None's first season was based on Ansari's professional and personal experiences as a comedian and person of color trying to make it in Hollywood. He also embedded stories of friends and the people around him with topics ranging from feminism, relationships and parenting.

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When the season concluded, Aziz's character Dev was on his way to Italy for a culinary adventure after breaking up with his girlfriend Rachel (Noel Wells). Ansari revealed at the Television Critics Association winter previews that he and co-creator Alan Yang were still figuring out what they'd want to do with Season 2. "The first season was so personal, and I want to make sure that what ever we do for Season 2 lives up to what we did for Season 1," he said. "We'd love to do it — we're figuring it out."

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