Never Have I Ever

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The Mindy Kaling and Lang Fisher Netflix series Never Have I Ever comedy announced it will be returning for another season!


Following the life of a first generation Indian-American teenager (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan) and her high school adventures, Never Have I Ever fans are exciting the beloved show will be getting a second season.

The Announcement

The cast and crew made the announcement through a hilarious zoom call where Maitreyi Ramakrishnan told everyone the news. She shared:

"I just wanted to tell you guys that 'Never Have I Ever' is being renewed for season 2."

Mindy Kaling spoke previously on why this show means so much to her and why she is so excited to be able to have another season. In an interview with Variety she says:

"I felt lucky to be able to do a show about an Indian nerd who's also badly behaved … because I'm deeply familiar with it."

There have been no updates as to when filming will begin due to the pandemic, but fans cannot wait for the day they get to see their favorite cast back together!

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