Coming of age comedy-drama titled Never Have I Ever proved a really huge hit when it landed on the streaming platform Netflix in the month of April 2020.
Co-created by comic Lang Fisher and Mindy Kaling, the show follows an Indian-American teen named Devi Vishwakumar, whose role is played by Maitreyi Ramakrishnan and her friends at Sherman Oaks High in California.
We have everything that you need to know about whether Never Have I Ever will be making a return for another outing. The show has already built up a very strong fanbase, with singer Charlie Puth and Padma Lakshmi praising social media performance.
The show was dropped on the United States streaming platform on April 27, with all the episodes made available in one go for viewers to binge-watch.
And the fans have loved the series. One of the fans tweeted: “No, YOU cried at the finale of Never Have I Ever.” Another one posted, “I just watched the Netflix show, and hmmm… I’m in love.”
A third tweeted: “Over the past two weeks I watched “The Half of It” and a worth watch that deserves more attention.”
Never Have I Ever Season 2 Details
Co-creator Fisher said recently about the main character that both Mindy and she have lost a parent, so they have experienced that sort of pain.”
She added, but she think for them, what they wanted was a show that had depth. Kaling said that the lockdown had led to even more people watching the show than might have done so before and also giving the series a chance, which was part of its success.
It has already been renewed for season two by Netflix. The cast confirmed the news in a cheeky video on July 1, 2020. Netflix carefully analyzed the viewing figures before deciding on whether or not to renew the show.
The American streamer counts the views based on someone watching a show or a film for two minutes, a stark contrast to its previous metric. An audience member had to protect 70 percent of an episode or film from registering.
Previously, the streaming giant releases would be dependent on when the show got the go-ahead and also the amount of post-production involved.
Most Netflix shows have a turn around of about a year, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the ensuing lockdown, movies and television productions across the world have been halted.
It will be starting production in the month of November.