Teen drama “Never Have I Ever” co-creator Mindy Kaling says she could never make a show like this “excitement.”
“I like ‘Euphoria’ and I think Eden Arielle Gordon Sam [Levinson] is like a genius,” she said in an August 12 interview Hollywood Reporter, “I think she has a lot to say about things like sex and drug use and addiction and they’re incredibly interesting, but we don’t have a ton of experience in that,” she said with her and co. -Producer Lang said of Fischer. “I kind of watch that show on the edge of my seat, but I feel like the people lust more about whom we feel comfortable writing about so we do that. We’re the strivers and dorks and people like that. writes about those who are underestimated.”
Fisher agreed, saying, “Mindy and I aren’t cool enough to write ‘Euphoria.’ I can’t imagine we’d ever be like, ‘Okay now she goes and does heroin.’ We work in the TV-14 space in a very concise and safe way, and at the same time we weren’t like ‘Euphoria’ teenagers. Mindy and I were good-goodies who were dorks and probably each liked half a boyfriend.”
“Mindy and I aren’t cool enough to write ‘Euphoria’.”
The third season of “Never Have I Ever” premiered on August 12. it has features Reese Witherspoon’s son Deacon Phillips In his acting debut as the antagonist new character Parker. It also focuses on the central character Devi (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan) with Paxton and Ben. (Kaling has also elaborated Whether it’s Team Paxton or Team Ben.) During this, Anirudh Pisharody The charming newcomer also made his debut this season as a director.
Kaling, who rose to fame with “The Office”, has emerged as an executive producer in recent years and is currently working on “Legally Blonde 3.” But even though he has assumed a lot of leadership recently, he has made it clear that he He has no desire to be anything like his “The Office” boss, Michael Scott.