Never Have I Ever was one of Netflix's most popular comedies in 2020, and follows Devi, a first-generation Indian American teenage girl, going through the trials and tribulations of high school following a devastating loss. After binge-watching season one, fans have been desperate for a follow-up - but when can we expect season two? Here's everything we know so far...
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When is Never Have I Ever being release?
The series, created by actor and writer Mindy Kaling, will return to Netflix on 15 July, so the countdown is officially on! Season one was one of the most popular shows of 2020 so fans will naturally have high hopes for the new chapter. Many were thrilled to hear that the new season would be arriving this summer; One person said on Twitter: "YAY FINALLY." Another wrote: "FINALLY SOME GOOD NEWS," while a third simply said: "Love this show!"
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Who will be in the Never Have I Ever cast for season two?
Maitreyi Ramakrishnan will be returning as Devi alongside her best pals Fabiola, played by Lee Rodriguez, and Eleanor, played by Ramona Young. Poorna Jagannathan will be returning as Devi's iconic mother, Nalini, and Richa Moorjani will be reprising her role as Devi's gorgeous cousin, Kamala. As for Devi's main love interests, Darren Barnet and Jaren Lewison will of course be returning as Paxton and Ben respectively.
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As for their new cast member, Megan will be playing a new student at Sherman Oaks High, "whose confidence and radiance will pose an immediate threat to Devi".
Devi will be in a love triangle
What will Never Have I Ever season two be about?
While very little is known about season two, the season one finale teased a potential love triangle for Devi, after she finally kissed Ben at the same time that Paxton realised that he has feelings for her, and tried to call her.
Will Devi choose Paxton or Ben?
Director Lena Khan gave a hint of what to expect, telling Radio Times: "There are ten episodes in the season so I’m doing about two and a half of them. Because of COVID, we’re splitting one of them because of crazy scheduling madness. "Devi kind of – I don’t think I can say much but in the first season, she was trying to figure out how to deal with her situation with her father and now she’s kind of calibrating a different level of cool in her school."
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