The show revolves around the complicated life of a first-generation Indian American teenager.
Mindy Kaling's coming-of-age comedy series 'Never Have I Ever' is finally getting renewed for season 2 in Netflix.
The series, which Kaling co-created with Lang Fisher, has been handed a second, 10-part run by the streamer, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Season 2 will feature the majority of the previous cast. Much notably, Maitreyi Ramakrishnan who beat out almost 15000 other actors in the opening casting call to land the lead role of Devi. She returns alongside Poorna Jagannathan (who plays Devi's mother Dr. Nalini Vishwakumar), Richa Moorjani (who plays her cousin Kamala), Jaren Lewison (who plays her high school nemesis Ben Gross), Darren Barnet (who plays her crush Paxton Hall-Yoshida) and Lee Rodriguez and Ramona Young (who play Devi's best friends).
In a statement to deadline, last month, Ramakrishnan said, "I think it's great that we have a story like Never Have I Ever but it's depressing that this is happening in 2020 and even though we can applaud breaking stereotypes but we can't forget that we still have so much work to do,"
The show revolves around the complicated life of a first-generation Indian American teenager. As she struggles to cope with her father's death, appease her mother and fit in an unforgiving high school.