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‘Never Have I Ever’ Creator Mindy Kaling Reveals She May Be Working on a Dark Comedy Series for Netflix

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If you watch television often, you must have come across the works of Mindi Kaling. Mindi made her start as a comedic writer and performer on NBC’s massively hit sitcom The Office, and she has since developed her television empire.

Following The Office, Kaling debuted her comedy series, The Mindy Project, which aired on Fox for the first three seasons before moving to Hulu for the last three. Kaling has been focusing on writing, producing, and developing new projects since the end of the entertaining series.

Kaling spoke with Marie Claire ahead of Never Have I Ever season 3, which launches on Netflix on August 12th, to reflect on her career thus far and discuss her intentions once the Netflix series concludes with its upcoming fourth and final season.

While Mindy Kaling still has a lot to look forward to, she may be aiming to go from humor to drama.

Mindy Kaling’s next project after Never Have I Ever?

After listing Kaling’s strong upcoming titles, Marie Clarie mentions that the star, recognized for her wonderful sense of humor, has been considering her maiden excursion into writing and producing plays.

After working together on Never Have I Ever, Mindy Kaling considers Netflix Head of Global TV Bela Bajaria a friend and coworker. According to Bajaria, Kaling may produce a one-hour drama or dark comedy for Netflix in the future.

The possible drama or dark comedy series isn’t a reality yet, but based on the description, we’re ready for whatever Kaling has in store for Netflix next.

Whatever she does next on Netflix or elsewhere, millions of admirers will be ready to stream, laugh, or even weep with her. But we’re keeping our fingers crossed for Mindy Kaling’s Netflix drama series!

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