'Master of None' Season 2 Hits Netflix May 12: Eat, Pray, Aziz

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We’ve finally got our first glimpse at Master of None Season 2, and it’s short but sweet. The new teaser for the sophomore season of Aziz Ansari’s Emmy-winning Netflix original confirms a good portion of the story will take place in Italy.

Ansari posted the brief clip on Twitter Wednesday afternoon; it shows his character Dev and his best friend Arnold (Eric Wareheim) clad in dapper suits, zipping around the Italian countryside astride matching red Vespa scooters. You can check out the teaser above or via the tweet below.

We’ve already known for a while that at least some part of Master of None’s second season would film in the land of pasta and salami. The Season 1 finale dangled the possibility of Dev traveling there for culinary classes after his sudden breakup with Rachel (Noël Wells). Back in February, Ansari shared a number of tasty-looking food photos to his Instagram account from Modena, and in July co-writer Alan Yang confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter that some portion of the season's episodes would film in Italy.

READ: 'Master Of None' Season 2 Preview: Dev Will Eat His Way Through Italy

While neither Ansari or Yang have specified how many episodes of Master of None Season 2 are set there, it seems telling that the country is such a focus of this teaser. Will Dev leave behind his career as a commercial actor, and have his own little Eat, Pray, Love adventure, finding himself while eating a lot and sleeping around? Sounds good to us!

Then again, we’d like to see Dev and his buddies back in NYC, too. Or eating at Tyrese Gibson’s own personal Benihana restaurant. We’re just happy Master of None is coming back in a few short months. If the new episodes are half as good as the show’s debut season, we’re in for a treat.

Master of None returns to Netflix for its second season May 12. In the meantime, consider checking out Ansari's book Modern Romance, which is like if a really good friend of yours did a graduate-level research project about dating.

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