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Actress Constance Zimmer attends the 21st annual Critics' Choice Awards at Barker Hangar on on January 17, 2016 in Santa Monica, California. Mike Windle/Getty Images hide caption

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First-Time Nominations Reveal The Changing Face Of The Emmys

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Comedian Aziz Ansari says while online dating has its problems, "1 out of 3 people that get married now, they meet their spouse through online dating. So you could look at it like, oh, well, there's an insane amount of love that would not even be there had it not been for these things." Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images hide caption

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Aziz Ansari: Talking Modern Love With The 'Master Of None'

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Aziz Ansari is flanked by his parents, Fatima and Shoukath. "Working with my parents [on his new TV series] has increased the quality of my relationship to my parents IN MY REAL LIFE," he wrote. Greg Allen/Invision/AP hide caption

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Aziz Ansari plays Dev, an Indian-American actor in search of fulfilling roles, in Netflix's Master of None. K.C. Bailey/Netflix hide caption

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Ansari And Yang Explore The First-Generation Experience In 'Master Of None'

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