The much-delayed third series of comedy-drama Master Of None will arrive in May, Netflix said.
Co-created by and starring Aziz Ansari, Master Of None launched on the streaming service in 2015 to critical acclaim.
A second series arrived in 2017. A Netflix Twitter account revealed the third instalment is coming in May.
It will reportedly be a departure for the show and focus on Lena Waithe’s character, Denise.
Ansari and Waithe won an Emmy for their writing on the series.
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In January 2018, US actor Ansari, 38, was embroiled in a #MeToo controversy.
A woman shared a detailed account, published online, of her date with Ansari in September 2017 which she said had been a “violating and painful” night.
Ansari later said he believed the encounter had been “completely consensual”.
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