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Never Have I Ever

Comedy, Drama
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Never Have I Ever

Never Have I Ever, an American coming-of-age comedy and drama, made for Netflix by Mindy Kaling and Lang Fisher, aired for the first time April 27, 2020. After the first season aired, it renewed for a second season which aired July 15, 2021. Not long after the second season aired, it renewed for a third season which aired August 12, 2022. it has since been renewed for a fourth season, which will be the last season. The fourth season should air in 2023.

Never Have I Ever follows the life of a 15-year-old girl, Devi Vishwakumar. Devi ends up losing her father extremely suddenly. After losing him she lost feeling in her legs making her unable to walk for three months. This happens due to the major psychological trauma she went through by losing her father. Out of the blue, Devi ends up walking one day when she’s in a hurry to try and see her crush.

After the year Devi had, Devi’s determined to change her social standing at school. Though everyone around her makes it extremely tricky for her to do so. Never Have I Ever follows all of Devi’s daily struggle with life, love, and family relationships. And as she tries to deal with the horrible grief of losing her father at such a young age. It shows Devi struggling with boy problems and being in a love triangle while navigating how to fit the situation.

Since the release of Never Have I Ever, it has received really positive reviews from critics. Many critics say it was a great coming-of-age story, while also being absolutely hilarious and charming as well. Critics also stated that even when the writing and plot is not up to standard, the charming nature of the characters make up for it. Overall reviews have been extremely good from most critics.

  • Season One

    S1 E1 · Pilot
    S1 E2 · …Had Sex With Paxton Hall-Yoshida
    S1 E3 · …Gotten Drunk With the Popular Kids
    S1 E4 · …Felt Super Indian
    S1 E5 · …Started a Nuclear War
    S1 E6 · …Been the Loneliest Boy in the World
    S1 E7 · …Been a Big, Fat Liar
    S1 E8 · …Pissed Off Everyone I Know
    S1 E9 · …Had to Be on My Best Behavior
    S1 E10 · …Said I’m Sorry
  • Season Two

    S2 E1 · …Been a Playa
    S2 E2 · …Thrown a Rager
    S2 E3 · opened a textbook
    S2 E4 · …Had an Indian Frenemy
    S2 E5 · …Ruined Someone’s Life
    S2 E6 · …Betrayed a Friend
    S2 E7 · …Begged for Forgiveness
    S2 E8 · …Been Daisy Buchanan
    S2 E9 · …Stalked My Own Mother
    S2 E10 · …Been a Perfect Girl

On Rotten Tomatoes, the first season holds an approval rating of 97% based on 58 reviews, with an average rating of 7.82/10 while the second season holds a 93% based on 30 reviews and an average rating of 8.30/10. On Metacritic, it has a weighted average score of 80 out of 100 based on 18 critics


Maitreyi Ramakrishnan as Devi Vishwakumar

Poorna Jagannathan as Dr. Nalini Vishwakumar

Darren Barnet as Paxton Hall-Yoshida

Jaren Lewison as Benjamin “Ben” Gross

Richa Moorjani as Kamala Nandiwadal

John McEnroe as himself

Ramona Young as Eleanor Wong

Lee Rodriguez as Fabiola Torres


Niecy Nash as Dr. Jamie Ryan

Sendhil Ramamurthy as Mohan Vishwakumar

Eddie Liu as Steve

Christina Kartchner as Eve Hjelms

Alexandra Billings as Jennifer Warner

Benjamin Norris as Trent Harrison

Dino Petrera as Jonah Sharpe

Jae Suh Park as Joyce Wong

Adam Shapiro as Mr. Lyle Shapiro

Cocoa Brown as Principal Grubbs.

Martin Martinez as Oliver Martinez

Jack Seavor McDonald as Eric Perkins.

Lily D. Moore as Rebecca Hall-Yoshida

Rushi Kota as Prashant

Hanna Stein as Shira Liedman

Angela Kinsey as Vivian Gross

Michael Badalucco as Howard Gross

Donna Pieroni as Patty

Dana G. Vaughns as Marcus Jones

Aitana Rinab as Zoe Maytag

Tyler Alvarez as Malcolm Stone

Utkarsh Ambudkar as Mr. Manish Kulkarni

P. J. Byrne as Evan Safstrom

Megan Suri as Aneesa Qureshi

Common as Dr. Chris Jackson

Tohoru Masamune as Kevin Hall-Yoshida

Ranjita Chakravarty as Nirmala Vishwakumar

Clyde Kusatsu as Ted Yoshida

Anirudh Pisharody as Des


Markus Jorgensen as Boris Koslov

Gilberto Ortiz as Alex Gomez

Chelly as Parvesh

Peter James Smith as Mr. Chan

Kikéy Castillo as Christina Harrison

Atticus Shaffer as a young man who participates in model UN (as “Russia”).

Iqbal Theba as Aravind

Mark Collier as Andy

Adriyah Marie Young as Carley

Andy Samberg as himself

Pragathi Guruprasad as Preethi’s sister

Anjul Nigam as Raj

Gigi Hadid as herself

Pooja Kumar as Noor

Sunit Gupta as Karthik

K.T. Thangavelu as Charu

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