‘Never Have I Ever’: The 2nd Season of Mindy Kaling’s Netflix Hit Is Finally Starting Production Next Month

I never was, the Netflix runaway hit that perfectly captures teenage angst in all its glory, will begin making its second season in November, according to Variety.

Here’s what I’m looking forward to in the new season of the series co-created by west The Office star Mindy Kaling.

Maitreyi Ramakrishnan of 'Never Have I Ever'
Maitreyi Ramakrishnan of ‘Never Have I Never’ Tommaso Boddi / WireImage

‘Never Have I Never’ was updated for 2nd season in the summer of 2020

After months of speculating and figuring out whether the series would be picked up by Netflix for a second season, the news came this summer with high praise for the show.

That was the blow of anyone who would succeed in the coming comedy drama with the true beginner Maitreyi Ramakrishnan in the lead role of Devi Vishwakumar. In fact, Ramakrishnan’s last acting gig before the high-profile role was a high school play.

But thanks to the brilliant script and Ramakrishnan spot performance (did we mention that he was selected from 15,000 other actors?), The first season was a huge success.

Mindy Kaling said Vulture in April as she and the production team knew that Ramakrishnan was the only one played by Devi.

“She’s so comfortable in her own skin, and she just hits you like not at all calm,” Kaling said of Ramakrishnan. “It follows closely The Office, and the way she spoke to us was not like a scary, protective foreign teenager. She was talking to us like another TV fan, who happened to be 18 years younger than us. He was a kind of non-brain. ”

Exhibits of the show Post Instagram in the summer they announced the news of the green light for their new season. “Maitreyi got a bang,” the post next to a photo of the team on Zoom’s call showed Ramakrishnan’s sports bangs, “oh yes, and I never was he got season 2. ”Ramakrishnan replied to the post,“ Season two, let’s go! “

Season 2 will begin filming in November 2020

With “goooooooo committed !!!!” from Kaling on Twitter, the news that I never was this is good news.

according to Variety, the show is careful filming with COVID-19 in mind. In fact, the Nov. 1 movie schedule could. 10 change due to the nature of inconsistency in everything from March due to the virus.

Ramakrishnan reported J-14 magazine in August was not the first to announce the show’s update for its second season.

“It was Mindy who emailed us all and I was the last one to look at it because I like to sleep in,” she said in the video.

Jaren Lewison who plays Ben Gross in the series apparently wanted to make sure he knew his cost and would not stop calling her, to her dismay.

“I woke up when I saw a handful of missed calls from Jaren. It was like, ‘Bro, wake up!’ Why would you say me so often? First, if I didn’t answer the first time, don’t call again. My phone is off if I’m asleep. I don’t want to be awakened by my fist.

“Yeah, I was the last person to find out,” she said.

Other big news the co-op producer

This fall has been very busy for him I never wasexecutive producer Mindy Kaling. In addition to filming starting the second season of the show, the previous one The Mindy Project her second child, a boy whom she named Spencer, was born a star on September 3rd.

Making his big news for Stephen Colbert on his late night show recently, Kaling afterwards gave a big thank you for all the good wishes from fans.

Thank you all for your kind words about my family’s new addition, ”she wrote. “Being pregnant with the pandemic was a bit daunting, but it made me appreciate all the doctors, nurses and medical professionals who work hard to treat those who need it, risking their own lives. Spencer is happy and healthy and his sister is happy with him (well, his toys). It’s been so much fun to have him at home, I almost forget that I have more people now. Love and grateful hugs. Xoxo MK ”

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