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8. "Master of None" (Netflix)
A good chunk of the "Parks and Rec" gang, including co-star Aziz Ansari and writer Alan Yang, moved over to "Master of None," the year's best new series. This comedy was so deeply personal that Ansari cast his real parents to play his characters parents, told stories about being the pampered children of immigrants and how hard it is to get more than one Indian actor on a TV show, and showed a deep and abiding curiosity about the world around him. This was a knockout debut, and I can't wait to see what Ansari, Yang, and company do next.