What should you know about Never Have I Ever Season 4?
by Jaskiran Kaur | Wed, 09 Mar 2022 18:38:53 GMT
Never Have I Ever is renewed for Season 4; Credits: What's on Netflix

Never Have I Ever is coming for its one final season, Season 4, before the series will take its leave after four years of its runtime.

The series is soon to make its debut with Season 3 as the comedy series has been renewed for its final season, which might come to screens in 2023. 

Never Have I Ever came to Netflix back in 2020 with a fetching story of an Indian American teenage girl Devi, played by Maitreyi Ramakrishnan. The young girl only wishes to live the best high school experience, all the while as she struggles to maintain her mercurial temper in control. 

Luckily enough, Devi scores just fine when it comes to love and is on the receiving end of a love triangle by the end of Season 1. 

How much ever amazing it is to be adored by two people at once, things get increasingly complicated for Devi. The story has now reached its third season and will make its debut this summer in 2022.

The series is created by Mindy Kaling and Lang Fischer, who recently shared a joint statement letting their audience know that there will be one more season to the show. The announcement read, "Hey Crickets, we've got some morning announcements for you: Season 3 of Never Have I Ever is gonna drop this summer!"

They also stated that the series has been renewed for its forth season which will be the season finale and that the producers are "thrilled" to share the good news with everyone.The executive producers are eager to share Devi's new romances and adventure with everyone. They concluded their statement hinting on #Bevi relationship and "Daxton" fans. In the end the producers wrote a sweet "We Love You!" message for their fans. 

The Head of Global TV of Netflix, Bela Bajaria, also shared that Netflix is "thrilled" to announce that the series Never Have I Ever will continue on for two more seasons. The businesswoman of Indian origin explained why the story is so personal for her. 

First, she appreciated the series, saying the show is everything Netflix looks for in a comedy, beginning with that it is "authentic, specific, funny, and full of heart." She added that the story of an Indian American girl sits close to her as she can relate to its many universal truths. 

She also went on to say that she is grateful for Mindy and Lang for having created the series, along with the cast members of the show who brought it to life. Just like everyone else in the audience, the Netflix head can also not wait to see how the series plays out. 

Similarly, executive producers Mindy Kaling and Lang Fisher put in that they can also not wait to unfold the story with their fans and reveal all the romance and adventure that their characters will set out to explore. Season four of the series is already under production. 

The production for season 3 of Never Have I Ever has been concluded and wrapped up, along with the revelation that the third season will be available for streaming in summer 2022. Season 4 will come to Netflix by next year.

Season two of the series had shown Devi exploring her own emotions as she trekked through her complicated love triangle with Paxton and Ben. Her feelings for the popular jock, Pacton Hall-Yoshida, played by Darren Barnet, are on a rise. Yet, she is also drawn to her former archrival Ben Gross, played by Jaren Lewison. 

In the end, Devi finally makes up her mind and chooses Paxton over Ben in the season 2 finale. It would be interesting to see where the story is headed and will reach in the next two seasons. 

But apart from the common love struggles of teenagers, season 2 also shed light on the treatment of minorities, especially women, in American society. The series talked about grief and sexism in a bold voice and will continue to share more on the topic. 

Explaining why she chose to work with the series and analyze the serious topics as shown by Never Have I Ever despite it being a comedy, Maitreyi Ramakrishnan said that she was eager to talk about these topics and bring focus to them. 

Explaining what it is like to be an actress of the minority classes, Maitreyi shared that the entertainment industry brings out a lot of competition in actors coming from minority sectors and that it "sucks" to be this way. Artists from the minorities require to work harder than other artists in the industry and have to be faster in their hustle. 

The series also showed that young people of color are mostly underestimated and Maitreyi acknowledged that the same stands true for her even though she stars in a hit Netflix series. She stated that when she walks into a room, there is a high possibility that it is "dominated" by white people, and she might be the only person of color in the space. 

The series continued to be a hilarious comedy into its second season but invested even more seriousness into Devi's character as she struggles with grief and loss. The complexity of the series sees raised stakes, and it is only natural that things be even tenser in the third season. 

Ramakrishnan has done a great job leading the series, along with other characters and living through experiences that are entirely shocking for her character. Devi has shown how she can evolve along with the series as her character lives through the high school experience.  

Maitreyi Ramakrishnan shared her struggle being a minority actor; Credits: Elle

 You can stream Never Have I Ever on Netflix.