This article contains spoilers from the first season of Never Have I Ever .
At the moment, there is a good chance that your binge watching habit is an all-time high. In this case, it is you I have probably heard of Netflix’s new sitcom, Never Have I Ever. The series was co-designed by The Office star Mindy Kaling and tells the story of a high school student named Devi who finds himself in difficult situations after a personal tragedy.
While social media has been fairly enthusiastic about the show since its premiere on April 27, there hasn't been a word yet whether fans can expect a second season. The good thing is that we have some information about what viewers could expect if Netflix decides to start the series.
There is no official confirmation for a second season.
Though we would dare to guess that the show will see In a second season, nothing has yet been confirmed by Netflix. Historically, the network could only make an announcement after viewing viewer data, probably in late May or early June.
Various cliff hangers may be examined in the new season.
Chances are if you do. You made it to the end of season one and have questions like, will Devi actually move to India with her mother? Will Devi find her charming prince? And will there be more moments without a Paxton without a shirt?
Although we still cannot answer any of these questions, we can speculate about a possible next season: Given that one of the show's main focuses is that Devi mourns her father, this could be a great plot for as well the next season. Kaling recently spoke to TV Line, where she discussed how both she and her co-creator lost parents. "It would be great to be able to deal with a character who is unable to deal with their grief in a show that is a comedy show," she told the publication. "This stigma is still associated with it, particularly in many Asian and minority communities that deal with grief or mental health."
The stars already have ideas for season two.
Just because there is no confirmation for a new season doesn't mean that the stars of the show have no idea where their characters can go next. "[There are] three main things," said star Maitreyi Ramakrishnan The Verge about Devi's future future. "Your friends are really your friends. And also to understand where her mother comes from. Many spectators can refer to this. “
The cast and crew repeat the show on social media ̵
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Kaling has essentially become a publicist for her own show and has published various behind-the-scenes photos on her social media pages. The cast also joined the trip and published their own photos from their time on the set as well as excerpts from various interviews from their (virtual) press tour.
The official trailer can be found here: