For Emmy nominated writer Lena Waithe, it was important for her to inject pieces of her own life into the writing of Master of None. Alongside Aziz Ansari and Alan Yang, they create a contemporary, real telling of the generational shift that three friends of color experience in present America. Waithe joins Elvis Mitchell to discuss her family’s support in her Hollywood journey and working with Angela Bassett as her on-screen mother.
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