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The teen dramedy will continue in 2022.
August 19, 2021
Netflix announced today that Never Have I Ever has been picked up for a third season. The good news comes a month after the teen dramedy released its sophomore run, which continued to garner high praise from audiences and critics.
Co-created by Mindy Kaling, the half-hour series follows Devi Vishwakumar, a modern first-generation Indian American girl. She attends high school as a sophomore and is an overachiever with a short fuse that lands her in her share of difficult situations that add to her already complicated life.
Look for Season 3 of Never Have I Ever in 2022.
How it feels to hear that Never Have I Ever has been renewed for Season 3! pic.twitter.com/one6xu6ZsU— Netflix (@netflix) August 19, 2021
08/30/21 at 09:17pm
I'm so glad! Truly an original take on the teen years.
08/23/21 at 12:10pm
I will say it's better for her to write than act... that way others aren't exposed to her whiney, minnie-mouse-like, voice.
08/23/21 at 12:05pm
ermm no.. the population of those of middle eastern decent is astoundingly larger than that of European or African. THAT's why it's "most watched". The culture is much larger. I'm not saying it's exclusively liked by those of the same ethnic background.. I'm saying that's why Kaling has a career, any career. She made bank as a bit player on The Office.. and has (wisely) used that to bankroll other things for her culture which have profited. She makes money and is able to produce things she writes due to her heritage, NOT due to her writing and CERTAINLY not due to her acting.
08/22/21 at 03:15pm
actually...no. The show survives because it is good. season 1 and 2 were at the top of netflix's most watched lists for quite a while after their releases. if it wasn't actually good content we wouldn't have tuned in for season 2 in such high numbers. the show is funny and has interesting characters and plotlines. everyone I know that watches it loves it. and not all of us are the same ethnicity as Kaling
08/21/21 at 08:57pm
Kaling's work isn't great and relies on a small market - she's merely lucky that market has been undervalued for decades and they are thirsty for content. Show survives due to ethnic lines, not actual content.
08/19/21 at 08:41pm
Great news! Love the cast, love this show. So fresh and funny. I only wish it was more than a 10 episode season.