Mindy Kaling and Lang Fisher’s Never Have I Ever season 2 has officially wrapped up and you’re eager to find out if there’s more to come for Devi and her friends. For the first season, it was a great hit, and season two is expected to be just as popular. As a result, the announcement of a third season came as no surprise.
It was announced by the show’s co-creators, Lang Fisher and Mindy Kaling, in August, 2021. (via EW). Thanks to Netflix and Universal Television, as well as the fans around the world who eagerly awaited more of this bad-behaved Indian teen, we can continue to tell this narrative.
Never Have I Ever season 3 Release Date-
A third season would be released in the first half of 2022, given that seasons one and two aired in April 2020 and July 2021, respectively.
We’re on pace to begin filming season three in November 2021, so we’ll meet our goal.
OMFG. WE’RE COMING BACK FOR AN ALL NEW SEASON Y’ALL!!!!!!!!!!! SCREAMMMMMMMM🗣 pic.twitter.com/o2bRoXFUtb
— Never Have I Ever (@neverhaveiever) August 19, 2021
Never Have I Ever Season 3 Cast-
Devi (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan), Paxton (Darren Barnet), Ben (Jaren Lewison), Fabiola (Lee Rodriguez), Eleanor (Ramona Young), Devi’s mother Nalini and her cousin Kamala (Poorna Jagannathan) are all expected to return (Richa Moorjani).
— Never Have I Ever (@neverhaveiever) January 20, 2022
Never Have I Ever Season 3 Plot-
Devi and Paxton ultimately made it official in the season-two finale when they walked in into winter dance together. A covert late-night encounter with Devi didn’t sit well with him because he didn’t want his colleagues to think he had forgiven her of cheating on him, but she walked away from him anyhow.
Never Have I Ever Season 3 Trailer-
A trailer for the show will be added as soon as it’s released next year, so keep an eye out for it.
Kaling said, “I’m really excited about season 3.” (via Stylecaster). “Netflix has been a great partner for us, and we’re thrilled that both seasons of the show have topped the global charts.”
“That’s really exciting, especially since the show is about a specific small Indian family made up primarily of female members. In Brazil and South Africa, it’s been wonderful that it’s at the top of the charts. As much as I enjoy writing for this world and the people who inhabit it, a second season would be a dream come true for us all.”