Never Have I Ever season 2

Netflix's Never Have I Ever's future has been confirmed 

The popular Netflix show followed a teenage girl as she becomes determined to get a boyfriend 

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After several months of waiting, there is some good news for fans of Never Have I Ever! Netflix has confirmed that the show will be returning for a second season, and fans are delighted. 

WATCH: This Netflix show is returning – but with huge change

The exciting news was announced with a hilarious video where the show's star, Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, video chats her fellow castmates to tell them the news, only for them to assume that she is getting in touch to tell them that she has had a new haircut. 

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WATCH: The cast think Maitreyi wants to tell them about her new haircut

Discussing the fab news, one person wrote: "One of those shows I never would've watched as I labelled it a 'teen show.' But I'm glad I did as it was funny as hell!" Another person tweeted: "Seemed like a slam dunk to happen within five minutes of the first episode. Best TV this year. More John McEnroe narration please it cracks me up!" A third person hinted at what to expect from season three, writing: "YAY. Mostly can't wait for the love triangle chaos between Devi, Ben and Paxton." 

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The show was a huge hit with viewers and critics alike 

The comedy follows a teenage Indian American girl Devi who, after a difficult year losing her father and being confined to a wheelchair for three months, is determined to make her next year at high school the best yet by finally getting a boyfriend. As you can imagine, chaos ensues.

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The TV show will be returning for a second season

Speaking about the show, Maitreyi previously told Deadline: "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. Devi is only one story."