In his new ten-episode binge-worthy comedy, he plays a 30-something actor named 'Dev' living in New York City, making his way through his personal and professional life, but mastering none of it.
UPDATED: It's awards season in L.A. and it looks like Master of None is getting some Emmy support from both its production company Universal Television and streaming partner Netflix.
UPDATED: Here's also another fun billboard for the Netflix show, this time for the guest actor category for Shoukath Ansari, the comedian's real-life dad (who plays one of his on-screen parents opposite his real-life wife).
UPDATED: Congratulations to Master of None which received four Emmy award nominations for its freshman season. Here's the Emmy nomination billboard adapting the show's launch key art to help garner TV Academy votes snapped high above San Vicente Boulevard on August 11, 2016.
In addition to the ad creative with The New York Times "The year's best comedy" quote, here's also a billboard with The Atlantic's "tremendous achievement" quote, spotted along the Sunset Strip on August 15, 2016.