‘The Sex Lives Of College Girls’: Nabeel Muscatwalla Joins Season 3 As Recurring

EXCLUSIVE: A new face is coming to Essex College. Nabeel Muscatwalla (Good Trouble) is set for a recurring role in Season 3 of Mindy Kaling and Justin Noble‘s The Sex Lives of College Girls.

Created by Kaling and Noble, Max‘s The Sex Lives of College Girls follows four college roommates in their first year at New England’s prestigious Essex College. Season 2 picked up with the students returning after their fall break, tackling the challenges that were thrown their way at the end of Season 1, while also facing their next semester filled with new faces, parties and predicaments.

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Muscatwalla will play Arvind, a student studying at Essex College.

Returning series regulars for Season 3 are Pauline Chalamet, lyah Chanelle Scott, Amrit Kaur, Christopher Meyer, Ilia Paulino and Renika Williams. As we previously reported, Reneé Rapp has exited the series as a regular for the upcoming season. She’ll appear in a handful of episodes, we understand, and will depart after those episodes.

The series is executive produced by Kaling, Noble, who serves as showrunner, and Howard Klein. Kaling International and 3 Arts Entertainment produce in association with Warner Bros. Television.

Muscatwalla is an Indian-born, LA-based actor and writer from Dallas, Texas. A standout in the 2020 CBS Showcase, he now performs monthly with Upright Citizen’s Brigade Theater house team Tracksuit. During his time at Northwestern University, Muscatwalla created and starred in the web series Better Days, which premiered at the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival. He most recently recurred on Freeform’s Good Trouble. He also appears as a correspondent on CBS’ Mission Unstoppable with Miranda Cosgrove. Muscatwalla is represented by CAA and Artists First.


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