The Netflix original “Never Have I Ever” coming-of-age comedy has been renewed for a third season. Mindy Kaling and Lang Fischer, co-producers, said, “We are very grateful to Netflix and Universal Television for letting us continue this story, and to the fans around the world who are watching this badly behaved Indian teen. Looking forward to seeing more,” in a joint statement.
The series stars Maitreyi Ramakrishnan as Devi, a first-generation Indian American teenager struggling with the pressures of her home life. She is trying to cope with the grief of losing her father, with a complicated love triangle, friendships developing, and internal emotional turmoil best expressed by narrator John McEnroe. Additionally, Ramakrishnan and McEnroe, the cast includes Poorna Jagannathan, Richa Moorjani, Jaren Levison, Darren Barnett, Lee Rodriguez and Ramona Young. The actors were already thinking that the storyline is likely to take a new shape if the show is started afresh. At the time, he specifically discussed what would happen to Devi and the two boys in her life, Paxton (Barnett) and Ben (Lewisson). Although she associated the second season with the former more officially, the latter did not want to be counted.
However, complications can come from inside the relationship. The show is executive produced by Kaling and Fisher, who also serve as showrunners, as well as Howard Klein and David Minor of 3 Arts Entertainment. The series is produced by Universal Television in association with 3Arts Entertainment, Originals Langster and Kalinga International.