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Never Have I Ever: A Love Triangle Tests 'Hot Mess' Devi in Season 2

In all the best teen TV series, the love triangle is a staple. Brenda/Dylan/Kelly and Brandon/Kelly/Dylan. Joey/Dawson/Jen and Dawson/Joey/Pacey. Archie/Betty/Jughead, Dean/Rory/Jess, Spike/Buffy/Angel and Willow/Oz/Tara … so many messy triangles. Never Have I Ever introduced us to another one during its debut season last year, so it’s not spoiling anything to...
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Who Is College Counselor Ms. Warner on "Never Have I Ever" Season 2?

*Major spoilers for Never Have I Ever season 2 ahead!*. Ever since season 2 of Never Have I Ever dropped, it's been living in my head rent-free. Seriously, even the smallest of details have caught my attention and my mind is racing with questions. With tons of new characters and plot lines this season, it's so easy to get caught up in whatever the Sherman Oaks High squad is up to — yep, that even includes the teachers.

Never Have I Ever Recap: Not-So-Evil Twin

One main criticism the Indian diaspora had of Never Have I Ever last season was the notable lack of other Indian people outside of Devi’s immediate family, despite the fact that they live in California, a place where South Asian people famously love to live. That gets addressed in the season’s fourth installment, “… had an Indian frenemy,” which introduces Aneesa, an Indian girl who transferred over from a local private school. This makes Devi, who has grown accustomed to being the token brown girl at her school, seethe with jealousy and rage, and allows the show to have a little bit of fun at its own expense while also telling a story that is all too familiar for many diaspora kids.

‘Never Have I Ever’ Star Maitreyi Ramakrishnan on Overcoming the Pressure to Deliver for Season 2

Just over a year ago, “Never Have I Ever” star Maitreyi Ramakrishnan was a total unknown, who landed her big break by booking lead role on a new Netflix YA comedy series after answering a casting call via Twitter from show co-creator Mindy Kaling. When the comedy debuted in April 2020, Ramakrishnan practically became a star overnight. Netflix reported that 40 million households sampled the first season of the coming-of-age comedy within its first three months of streaming. The show follows Ramakrishnan’s Devi Vishwakumar, an Indian American girl battling battles all of the pitfalls (and pratfalls) of teenage life, including her...

Never Have I Ever Recap: More Than a Pretty Face

Last season, viewers were pleasantly surprised to find that the sixth installment of Never Have I Ever featured guest star Andy Samberg stepping in for John McEnroe in one episode to narrate the show from Ben’s perspective, in an unexpected and cute play on the show’s narration structure. Following in that tradition, this season was also slated to have a surprise voiceover cameo for an episode, but that surprise was ruined in two ways when it was revealed that Chrissy Teigen’s planned role had been scrapped. The replacement guest star was so under wraps that even those of us who got early access to the season didn’t know who it would be until the full season dropped. No, really, I’m writing this on the show’s release day — I promised my editor I’d have it in by the end of the day!

Will There Be a Season 3 of ‘Never Have I Ever’ on Netflix?

If you already devoured all ten Season 2 episodes of Never Have I Ever (and, honestly, we don’t blame you!), you’re probably asking one simple question: WHAT?! Wait, okay, two simple questions: WHAT?! and when the heck will Never Have I Ever Season 3 be on Netflix?. Without getting into...
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Never Have I Ever Season 2: Episode 3’s Last-Minute Celebrity Narrator Change

Warning: spoilers for Never Have I Ever Season 2 Episode 3. Former tennis pro John McEnroe isn’t an obvious choice of narrator for the story of a 15-year-old girl, which is all part of Never Have I Ever’s fun. The Mindy Kaling/Lang Fisher Netflix teen comedy has an in-story explanation for McEnroe being the one to commentate on Devi’s high school life following the death of her father, but the comedic mismatch is half of the attraction.

What Time Will ‘Never Have I Ever’ Season 2 Be on Netflix?

Netflix’s Never Have I Ever is about to return for Season 2 and we have one question for ya: Are you Team Ben or Team Paxton?. Created by Mindy Kaling and Lang Fisher, this popular coming-of-age comedy premiered all the way back in April of 2020 on the streaming giant and instantly found a passionate fanbase. The critically-acclaimed charmer follows the story of Devi (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan), a boy-crazy teen who has a short fuse that always seems to get her into trouble. Featuring a bevy of talented young actors — Lee Rodriguez, Jaren Lewison, Darren Barnet, and Ramona Young, just to name a few — the series was named one of Decider’s best TV shows of 2020.
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‘Never Have I Ever’ returns to high school on Netflix

Mindy Kaling’s semi-autobiographical series “Never Have I Ever,” about a high school nerd who longs to be popular after a family tragedy, closed its first season with Indian-American teen Devi caught in a romantic triangle with Ben (Jaren Lewison) and Paxton (Darren Barnet). The second season drops this week on Netflix.

Here's Your Guide to All Things 'Never Have I Ever' Season 3

[This story contains spoilers from season 2 of Never Have I Ever. Read at your own risk, lovelies!]. Okayyy, y'all. If you too are on the tail end of bingeing Never Have I Ever season 2, BOY do we have a lot to talk about! Before we start though, let's get one thing straight: Who knew Devi Vishwakumar (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan) could get herself into more trouble than she already did at the end of season 1? Not only does she "Devi it up" once again (using a term coined by her very own BFFs), but this time she's truly in a world of drama.