Aziz Ansari to Star in and Produce Comedy Series for Netflix

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Netflix is staying in business with Aziz Ansari.

The streaming service has ordered 10 episodes of a half-hour comedy from the comedian, following recent deals to air his stand-up specials “Aziz Ansari: Live at Madison Square Garden” and “Buried Alive.”

Ansari will star in the as-yet-untitled sitcom along with Jon Benjamin, Lena Waithe, Eric Wareheim, Noel Wells and Kelvin Yu. The plot description is being kept under wraps.

Ansari co-created the show with Alan Yang and will exec produce with Yang, Michael Schur, Dave Becky and David Miner.

The series, which hails from Universal TV and 3 Arts, will film in New York.

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  1. Po pierwsze – w Polsce każdy Urząd Skarbowy ma
    prawo do samodzielnej interpretacji prawa na podstawie indywidualnych interpretacji.

  2. Nebula says:

    This guy made Parks and Rec. So unwatchable with his high pitched voice and overacting. I am disappointed with Netflix.

  3. Ważną informacją jest to, że przedsiębiorca w trakcie roku nie musi składać
    do US deklaracji wysokości osiąganego dochodu i wysokości zaliczek
    na podatek.

  4. Kittu Pannu says:

    Reblogged this on The Many (Mis-)Adventures of Kittu Pannu and commented:
    Yes! This is going to be awesome.

  5. us wrocław says:

    Kopalnia Węgla Brunatnego Konin (KWB) odwołała się jednak do Naczelnego Sądu Administracyjnego, który
    stwierdził, że jest legalna.

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