If Aziz Ansari is down for another season of “Master of None,” so is Netflix.
That’s according to Netflix VP of Original Content Cindy Holland, who said the streaming giant has “certainly given some thought” to a third season of the Emmy-winning comedy.
“We would be happy to make another season of ‘Master of None’ when Aziz is ready,” Holland said while speaking at the Television Critics Association press tour on Sunday.
The exec was responding to a question on whether Netflix would pick up another season of the show with Ansari, after a woman wrote last year she “felt violated” after going on a date with the comedian. Ansari said he was “surprised and concerned” and “took her words to heart” in response to the article.
“I continue to support the movement that is happening in our culture. It is necessary and long overdue,” added Ansari.
Aziz created, wrote, directed and starred in the comedy that netted him and co-writer Lena Waithe an Emmy last year for writing.