...is entirely in black and white. And you might be wondering why.
Well, Aziz Ansari made the choice after living in Modena, Italy, where the first two episodes of Master of None's new season are set (yes, he lived there).
"When I was there I had a film camera that takes pictures, and I shot some rolls in black and white and I shot some rolls in colour. And when I looked at the black-and-white rolls I thought: Wow, this city looks really good in black and white."
Ansari said that shooting in this way was a rare opportunity "because usually people are like, 'No, you can't do it in black and white. Kids don’t want to see things in black and white. We want colours.'"
"Things look good in black and white."
Master of None Season 2 is available to watch on Netflix today.