Delhi Crime and Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives are two of the TV shows that Netflix has announced would return for a third season. A video introducing the Indian productions returning for season 3 was posted by Netflix India on March 14. Anything from romantic comedies like “Mismatched” to reality television shows like “Fabulous Lives Of Bollywood Wives” is on the list. Overall, five Netflix series have been given third-season renewals.
“They say the third time’s a charm and we took it seriously!” Netflix wrote alongside a video of the announcement. “Your favourite shows like Mismatched, Fabulous Lives Of Bollywood Wives, Delhi Crime, Kota Factory & SHE return for a much awaited Season 3! Streaming soon, only on Netflix!”
On Instagram Netflix official account posted along with the caption, “Shway Shway! It’s time to refill your coffee cups because our favourites are coming back for a NEW SEASON with a whole lotta twists, crime and drama!”
It's time to spill and refill your coffee because our favourites are coming back for another season!
A whole lot of twists, crime, drama and shway shway is coming our way 🥳 pic.twitter.com/DrEV6uLIcO
— Netflix India (@NetflixIndia) March 14, 2023
Reality television show “Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives” is based after the enormously successful “Real Housewives” series. Maheep Kapoor, Neelam Kothari, Seema Khan, and Bhavana Pandey play the key roles on the programme. Due in large part to Gauri Khan, the wife of Shah Rukh Khan, who made cameo appearances in its first two seasons, it attracted attention.
Prajakta Koli and Rohit Saraf collaborated on the charming romantic comedy “Mismatched,” which is set on a college campus. When Dimple Met Rishi, written by Sandhya Menon in 2017, is the basis for the tv show. The second season of the programme debuted in October 2022.
As DCP Vartika Chaturvedi in the gritty drama “Delhi Crime,” Shefali Shah is a featured actor. Season one, which was partially based on the 2012 Delhi gang rape case, won praise from critics for its potent and delicate storytelling. Season two of the show was based on the Chaddi Baniyan Gang.
In “Kota Factory,” students in Kota are followed as they strive to succeed on the infamously difficult IIT-JEE entrance exam. The show was first made available on YouTube by The Viral Fever, where it quickly gained popularity. Afterwards, Netflix bought the distribution rights.
‘SHE’ is the final show being renewed for a third season. Imtiaz Ali directs this crime drama, which tells the tale of a female constable who goes undercover to take down a gang. Aaditi Pohankar and Vijay Varma are two of the show’s stars.