The personal and professional life of Dev, a 30-year-old actor in New York.

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Nominated for 1 Golden Globe. Another 10 wins & 37 nominations. See more awards »

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 Dev (20 episodes, 2015-2017)
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 Arnold (14 episodes, 2015-2017)
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 Denise (10 episodes, 2015-2017)
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Dev is a 30 year-old actor, living in New York City. His life goes by in a humorous, yet meaningful sequence of events. Everything he does is usually related to hanging out with his three friends, finding a relationship, or getting ahead in his career.

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This is Dev. He has a lot of questions.

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6 November 2015 (USA)  »

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Мастер не на все руки  »

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The title of the series refers to the common figure of speech, "jack of all trades, master of none", which refers to a person who dabbles with many skills rather than focusing on expertise in one. See more »

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Aziz Ansari's character's name is Dev Shah and yet he is shown speaking Tamil in the childhood shots. It is not entirely out of the realm of the possible for a 'Shah' to live in Tamil Nadu but it is a stretch that they would talk Tamil at home and address their grandfather as 'Thatha'. People with the surname Shah are usually from Gujarat and speak Gujarati. See more »

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Dev: Man, why'd you drag me to a work party?
Denise: 'Cause you're my buddy. You're my friend. I want you to meet my coworkers.
Dev: Oh, that's nice.
Denise: Yeah, plus there's this girl here I'm trying to get with and if I showed up by myself, that'd seem kind of lame.
Dev: Uh-huh, I get that.
Denise: And I asked a bunch of other people to come, they said no.
Dev: Great, thanks.
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Warm and Funny
14 November 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If you've seen Aziz's latest comedy special this show will not surprise you. In his latest special Aziz was both funny and clever while at other times vulnerable and thoughtful. I would say his humanity, warmth, and huge talent for being funny come out in this show in spades. And as it should since I'm guessing it's only a slightly different version than real events he's gone through on his own. There have been many comparisons to Louie and I would agree that the style of the show is similar but what makes it different is the completely different perspectives that Aziz and Louie have. Even in his stand up there's this boyish charm and innocence that Aziz has and that comes out in this show. Many of the funniest moments are Aziz being boyish and charming. He's not convince all is evil, he still sees the the best in things but is sometimes nagged by pessimism and doubt whereas Louie tends to think everything is crap and is pleasantly surprised when there is humanity left in people. All and all this show is well worth watching if you want something that is mostly funny but also has some poignant and touching moments. I agree that the last 3 or so episodes take a less funny and more drama tone but I don't think that's a bad thing. I felt like this show almost felt like an Aziz diary. He wanted to portray the things he has obviously thought about and bring to light certain social issues that have given him pause. Lastly the supporting cast is awesome. It's nice to see Eric Wareheim actually be funny as the Tim and Eric Awesome Show is pretty awful in my opinion. You got to see him be much more of a human here and be really funny while at times poignant as well. The rest of the supporting cast was great too. Although Claire Danes being in a couple episodes felt a bit odd. Regardless a show worth watching and perfectly worth binging on!


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