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Good Trouble actor Nabeel Muscatwalla is enrolling in The Sex Lives of College Girls.

He’s set to recur in the Max comedy’s upcoming Season 3 as Arvind, a student studying at Essex College, according to our sister site Deadline.

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Created by Mindy Kaling and Justin Noble, the show centers on four roommates (played by Pauline Chalamet, Amrit Kaur, Alyah Chanelle Scott and Reneé Rapp) at Essex College.

As previously reported, Rapp will appear in a handful of episodes next season before departing. In the Season 2 finale, Rapp’s Leighton opted to leave the Kappa Beta Rho sorority (which she’d wanted to join since arriving at Essex) and left her new love interest, Tatum, to get back together with ex-girlfriend Alicia.

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* Warrior alum Rich Ting will recur in Season 2 of the Sylvester Stallone-led Paramount+ drama Tulsa King as Jackie Ming, a quiet but ruthless man with his own ambitions, per Deadline.

* Vice TV has ordered eight episodes of the docuseries Uninterrupted: The Real Stories of Basketball, which explores iconic moments, players and stories from inside basketball, Variety reports. The series is produced by LeBron James and Maverick Carter’s SpringHill Company.

* The upcoming Hulu comedy Deli Boys has added nine to its ensemble, including Kevin Corrigan (Godfather of Harlem), Alexandra Ruddy (City of Lies), Tim Baltz (The Righteous Gemstones), Zainne Saleh (Good Trouble), Sakina Jaffrey (Billions), Amita Rao, Anish Jethmalani, Minita Gandhi and Geoffrey Arend (Madam Secretary), per Deadline.

The story follows pampered Pakistani American brothers (played by Asif Ali and Saagar Shaikh) who lose everything and must reckon with their Baba’s secret life of crime following his death.

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