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Devi says goodbye: ‘Never Have I Ever’ final season announced | The Express Tribune


It appears that the chaotic Netflix teen comedy Never Have I Ever is reaching its conclusion. As per a teaser video released by the streaming giant, the show will premiere its fourth and final season on June 8, 2023.

Created by Mindy Kaling and Lang Fisher, the coming-of-age comedy revolves around an Indian American teenage girl named Devi Vishwakumar (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan) and her wild high school experiences.

As an overachieving high school girl with a short temper, Devi frequently finds herself in unpleasant circumstances, many of which circle around her infatuations with Paxton Hall-Yoshida (Darren Barnet) and Ben Gross (Jaren Lewison).

Never Have I Ever’s final season will revolve around Devi’s road to graduation and of course, dealing with a charming new love interest named Ethan (Michael Cimino), who arrives on the heels of Paxton’s departure to college. At the end of Season 3, Devi had seemingly gotten over her crush on Paxton and moved on to Ben, but it seems like Devi’s love life is only getting more chaotic this year!

According to Deadline, Devi may not even have the most intriguing love life this season, since it has been revealed that a wedding will take place, even though the bride and groom are still unknown.

Speaking with PEOPLE in February 2023, Ramakrishnan confirmed she’s satisfied with how the series ends. “Personally, I’m happy. I think it’s going to be great,” she said of the upcoming fourth season. “If they keep it the same, for all I know the editing might make a huge difference. But no, I love it. I think it’s a superb ending. We go out with a bang.”

Other than Ramakrishnan (Devi Vishwakumar), returning series regulars include Poorna Jagannathan (Nalini Vishwakumar), Richa Moorjani (Kamala), Lewison (Ben Gross), Darren Barnet (Paxton Hall-Yoshida), Lee Rodriguez (Fabiola Torres) and Ramona Young (Eleanor Wong).

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