Master of None's Alan Yang Unpacks Season 2 : Code Switch Gene and guest co-host Lenika Cruz, who covers culture at The Atlantic, welcome Alan Yang. He and comedian Aziz Ansari created an Emmy-winning comedy series that stepped comfortably out of the usual TV comfort zones. Master of None just premiered an already beloved second season, and Yang talks about making bold creative choices, crafting inclusive stories, and writing complex characters with an Asian American lead at the center of it all.
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Master of None's Alan Yang Unpacks Season 2

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Master of None's Alan Yang Unpacks Season 2

Master of None's Alan Yang Unpacks Season 2

Master of None's Alan Yang Unpacks Season 2

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Gene and guest co-host Lenika Cruz, who covers culture at The Atlantic, welcome Alan Yang. He and comedian Aziz Ansari created an Emmy-winning comedy series that stepped comfortably out of the usual TV comfort zones. Master of None just premiered an already beloved second season, and Yang talks about making bold creative choices, crafting inclusive stories, and writing complex characters with an Asian American lead at the center of it all.

Alan Yang is the co-creator of the Netflix show Master of None, which recently released its second season. Chelsea Beck/NPR hide caption

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Alan Yang is the co-creator of the Netflix show Master of None, which recently released its second season.

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