Aziz Ansari Teases ‘Master of None’ Season 2

TCA 2016: “We’re figuring it out, I need some time to refill my head,” executive producer and star says

Netflix has yet to announce an official renewal for its breakout sitcom “Master of None,” but producers and stars are already thinking about what a second season might look like.

“We’re figuring it out,” Aziz Ansari said during the show’s panel at the Television Critics Association winter press tour. “I definitely need some time to refill my head. The first season was so personal. I just want to make sure that whatever we do for Season 2 lives up to what we made in the first season. I had such a great experience so we’d love to do it, we’re figuring it out.”

Ansari and his fellow producers were also pressed on whether Season 2 of the comedy could see a location change, since the Season 1 finale left off with Dev (Ansari) deciding to move to Italy to study at a culinary school and love interest Rachel (Noël Wells) moving to Japan.

“We have a bunch of ideas bouncing around our heads,” said Ansari. “It’s too early to say exactly what we’re doing, but all that would be great. I’d love to be in any of those places. That’s why we ended it that way.”

Fellow showrunner Alan Yang also cautioned Season 2 could be a ways off, since Season 1 actually took over two years to come together and included aspects of other projects throughout their careers.

“We want to go through some life experiences and put that in the show,” he said.