If you’re reading this, you’ve probably already binged all 10 episodes of Never Have I Ever season 2, following our fave Devi through all the twists and turns and questionable decisions as she navigates the love triangle between herself, popular guy Paxton, and former nemesis Ben. The second season of the hit high-school comedy, created by Mindy Kaling, was highly anticipated, and fans are already calling for a third season.

For viewers craving another season, we’ve gathered what we know so far, including the cast and showrunner’s guesses on where the show can go next.

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Netflix has officially renewed Never Have I Ever for a third season.

On August 19, Netflix announced the show’s renewal with a video compilation of characters in the series saying, “Oh, my God,” in reaction to the news.

Creators Kaling and Lang Fisher said in a joint statement, “We are so grateful to Netflix and Universal Television for letting us continue to tell this story, and to the fans around the world who clamored to see more of this badly behaved Indian teenager.”

The main cast will return.

Per Deadline, most of the show’s cast is set to return to continue the story of Devi’s friendship drama, family life, and ongoing love triangle. Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, Poorna Jagannathan, Richa Moorjani, Jaren Lewison, Darren Barnet, Lee Rodriguez, Ramona Young, and narrator John McEnroe will all return for Season 3.

Megan Suri is also likely to reprise her role as the new transfer student, Aneesa, though she hasn’t been confirmed.

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What has the cast and crew said about season 3?

WARNING: Spoilers ahead.

Season 2 of Never Have I Ever ended with an apparent resolution to the central love triangle, with Devi going public with her relationship with Paxton at the winter dance. Though Ben is dating transfer student Aneesa, it’s clear that he still has unresolved feelings for Devi when he sees her and Paxton together, so the love triangle may continue into a third season.

“It is going to be interesting to see what happens next,” Ramakrishnan told Entertainment Tonight. “I have no idea because she is happy with Paxton and that’s happening officially. But of course, Ben’s obviously going to still be a player in the game.”

Showrunner and executive producer Lang Fisher told ET that the show’s writers aren’t necessarily Team Paxton or Team Ben. She added that who Devi will end up with is anybody’s guess. “It’s going to be a fun, messy ride until the show ends and once again, maybe she chooses neither. They’re high schoolers. They don’t have to end up together. They should probably date a lot more people before they settle down.”

Fisher also hinted that a third season would be about Devi figuring out how to be in a real relationship. “This has been her dream for the entire series. Day 1 she’s like, ‘We’ve got to get boyfriends.’ That’s all she’s wanted, and now she has one and he is the most popular boy in the school. What is that going to be like? Is it going to be the dream that she had always imagined it would be or will it be more complicated? And probably it will be more complicated than that. There’s still these things to explore in terms of sex and what do you do if you’re a nerd who’s done very little and you’re dating a much more experienced guy?”

Maitreyi Ramakrishnan

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As for where Ben lies in all of this, actor Lewison told ET, “I do think that he was hurting seeing Paxton and then Devi together. And truthfully, I don’t know how he’s going to handle it. I don’t know if he’s going to try to support that and continue his relationship with Aneesa, or if that’s just simply too much for him and he is not going to be able to give 110 per cent to that relationship with Aneesa and is going to try to see how we can navigate this new relationship with Devi or what ends up happening with her and Paxton.”

There’s a lot of questions that need to be answered hopefully in a possible season 3. So, we’re going to have to wait and find out,” he added.

This article originally appeared in Harper’s BAZAAR US.

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