I’ve never had news and updates on Season 4: Everything We Know

I have never is the rare Netflix series that has an announced and planned ending before its series finale. The popular teen series stars Maitreyi Ramakrishnan as Devi Vishwakumar, a clumsy and thirsty teenager whose original goal was to date Paxton Hall-Yoshida (Darren Barnet), the hunk from Sherman Oaks High School. The comedy deftly combines Devi’s romantic entanglements with her identity as one of the few South Asian-American students at her school and her grief over the death of her father.


I have never Devi has seen many ups and downs so far. Season 3 began with Devi and Paxton finally having a relationship, although the former couldn’t escape her insecurities no matter how hard she tried. The final season ended with Paxton graduating and Devi moving on with Ben, who she briefly dated in season 2 before realizing she was cheating on him. Before I have never Season 3 it was confirmed that the comedy series has been renewed for Season 4.

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The Latest Never Have I Ever Season 4 News

The cast hug in Never Have I Ever

There wasn’t much official information from Netflix for I’ve never seen Ever Season 4. What is known about the new season is that production wrapped in August 2022, when the show’s stars took to social media to say goodbye to their time on the series. Netflix also cast a few new faces for Season 4 and may have created some new love triangles (or squares) for the show. In fact, one of the few for the new season comes courtesy I have never Place in Netflix TUDUM Event 2022: Eventually there will be a wedding I’ve never seen Ever season 4.

I have never cast season 4

Devi, Kamala and Nalini wear saris in season 1 of Never Have I Ever

The main actors return I have never Season 4. Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, Lee Rodriguez and Ramona Young will still play the main best friends trio. Poorna Jagannathan, Richa Moorjani and Ranjita Chakravarty will all return as Devi’s family members. Jaren Lewison is back as Devi’s academic rival and love interest Ben, and even Daren Barnett is back as Paxton, despite his character graduating from high school in Season 3.

In other I have never Season 4 news, there will be a pair of new actors in Michael Cimino (Previously by Love, Victor) and Jeff Garlin (The Goldbergs). Both characters enter the series as potential love interests, Cimino for Devi and Garlin for Nirmala. John McEnroe is expected to be back to speak with Benjamin Norris (Trent), Utkarsh Ambudkar (Manish), Niecy Nash (Dr Ryan) and Sendhil Ramamurthy (Mohan), who are all expected to present their Supporting roles will recur on the show. Season 3 newcomers Anirudh Pisharody (Des) and Rhyah (Sarayu Blue) will not be returning.

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I have never predicted season 4 release date

Fabiola and Devi on the sofa at school in Never Have I Ever

I have never was historically released on Netflix in the Spring and Summer, and Season 4 will most likely follow the same path to a streaming date. Season 4 has been confirmed to start streaming on Netflix in 2023, but the exact date has yet to be determined. With that in mind, it is possible I have never Season 4 will premiere in April/May or July/August 2023. Netflix shows typically have at least a year between each season, making the latter release window seem more likely.

I have never read the season 4 story

Devi sits at the dinner table with her mother and grandmother in Never Have I Ever.

Season 3 ended with Devi completing her junior year of high school I have never Season 4 is expected to follow the teenager as she begins her senior year, likely culminating with her graduation. Devi made some major decisions in the season 3 finale, turning down her consent to Shrubland in order to spend more time with her mother before she goes to college. In the romance department, Devi decided to give Ben a try after realizing he made her feel butterflies. Devi found that despite everything, she and Paxton could be real friends.

It is possible I have never will finally explore the romantic relationship between Devi and Ben in Season 4. Devi and Ben are finally on the same page and Season 4 will likely focus heavily on them as they navigate this new, more mature version of their relationship. Meanwhile, Kamala and Manish are going strong, suggesting that Manish might propose to Kamala before the end of Season 4. And of course, I have never won’t end without fans being able to see Devi at her graduation and hopefully made it to her dream school in Princeton.

I’ve never seen a trailer for season 4

Ben and Devi talk at their locker in Never Have I Ever

Netflix has not been consistent in releasing trailers for its content. While some films release trailers months in advance, trailers for TV shows can only be released a few weeks in advance. Outer Banks Season 3, for example, saw a trailer that was only released a month before its premiere date. Fans can likely expect a trailer to be released once Netflix has a release date set or more I’ve never seen Ever season 4 news to share.

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I have never Season 4 is the last season

Devi is in bed in Never Have I Ever and looks confused.

In March 2022, it was announced that Netflix had renewed I have never for season 4, but that it would be the final season of the show. As with the show’s previous three seasons, Season 4 will likely consist of ten 30-minute episodes. Season 4 being the last makes sense considering the show was all about Devi’s high school experience, which is about to end. As she begins her senior year at Sherman Oaks High, fans will say goodbye to the comedy series as Devi prepares to graduate from high school for good.

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