Never Have I Ever Season 4 is not coming to Netflix in February 2023

Never Have I Ever Season 4 is not coming in February 2023
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More high school romance and drama? What more can we expect in the series? Here is everything we know so far about
Never Have I Ever Season 4.

Want to know when the final season is going to premiere on Netflix? Then you have reached the right place, as we can understand your excitement to see how the story will unfold, which has sparked many questions such as “When will fans be able to watch the new season?”.

Sadly, viewers who want to binge-watch the next season will have to wait a while, as the season will not be coming to Netflix anytime soon. So, if you want to get clarity about what happens next in the beloved series, then look no further, To help you prepare before diving into the show last time. We’ve compiled all of the relevant information right here for you! 

Continue reading to know more about Netflix’s Never Have I Ever Season 4. 

Never Have I Ever Season 4 is not coming in February 2023

Never Have I Ever Season 4: When will the new season premiere?

We regret to inform you that the anticipated last season of “Never Have I Ever,” Season 4 will not be available on Netflix until February 2023, making the fandom wait for longer than they anticipated! 

On the bright side, the fourth and final season has been hinted at as premiering sometime in the summer of 2023, which will mark the end of the show. The series will have the same premiere time as other shows on the streaming service, which is 12:00 a.m. (PT) or 3:00 a.m. (ET). On the other hand, if we have to guess, the release date will most likely take place between July and August 2023, in line with the prior seasons. 

In order to receive updates on when the new episodes premiere on Netflix, interested viewers can also enable notifications. The official Twitter handle of the show also confirmed the news among its followers, quoting, “Hope you’ve already finished Never Have I Ever Season 3 because the stars are here to give you a little tease of what to expect from Season 4 – including Sherman Oaks High’s newest heartthrob, played by Michael Cimino! #TUDUM.” Take a look at the official post on Twitter below: 

Never Have I Ever Season 4: What to expect?

The show will conclude with Season 4, after which we will officially have to say goodbye to Devi and the rest of the crew. According to Netflix Tudum, series co-creator Lang Fisher assures Tudum, “The love triangle is not over. It continues into Season 4. Anyone who is worried that this is, it keeps going. Don’t worry. It’s for the length of the entire series.” The new dreams the threesome create for themselves are very much a part of Season 4, Fisher adds, “because it’s senior year, [it’s] moving on and growing up.”

Devi has “a lot on her plate” in this final season, Fisher notes, and everyone is facing obstacles that make them reassess who they are. “I think everything gets kind of tumbled upside down when they become seniors and Paxton’s off [at college],” she explains. “The structure you’ve seen for the first three seasons shifts and so therefore the love triangle kind of can get reignited again.” After living out her dream of dating Paxton in Season 3, Devi comes face-to-face with her lifelong dream of wanting to attend Princeton in Season 4.

“She and Ben are both laser-focused on these elite schools that they want to go to, that they’ve been these annoying A students for so long,” Fisher says. “There’s a lot of figuring out what those things mean in terms of who they are, and what their worth is in [relation] to what college they get into.” But as far as Ramakrishnan is concerned, she was living her own dream playing out Devi’s storyline in Season 4. “I think all of my hopes and dreams that I would want for good old Devi have come true,” she says. “I feel like if I said what I would want, I would just be telling you what happened.”

The main cast members of the series who will reprise their roles in the new season are as follows Maitreyi Ramakrishnan as Devi Vishwakumar, Poorna Jagannathan as Dr. Nalini Vishwakumar, Richa Moorjani as Kamala Nandiwadal, Darren Barnet as Paxton Hall-Yoshida, Jaren Lewison as Benjamin (Ben) Gross, John McEnroe as himself, Ramona Young as Eleanor Wong, and Lee Rodriguez as Fabiola Torres. Additionally, Love, Victor star Michael Cimino is joining Netflix’s Never Have I Ever to spice up Devi’s love life in the season.  

There’s also Benjamin Norris as Paxton’s best friend Trent, Niecy Nash as Dr. Jamie Ryan, Utkarsh Ambudkar as Mr. Kulkarni, Sendhil Ramamurthy as Devi’s dad Mohan and Ranjita Chakravarty as Devi’s grandma Nirmala, among others. Never Have I Ever is created by executive producer Mindy Kaling, with Lang Fisher serving as co-creator, executive producer, showrunner, and writer. Never Have I Ever is produced by Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group, and executive produced by 3 Arts Entertainment’s Howard Klein and David Miner.

Never Have I Ever Season 4 is not coming in February 2023

Never Have I Ever Season 4 Episodes and Streaming Options

The upcoming season is expected to have about 10 episodes with runtimes ranging from 22 to 31 minutes, all of which will be released on the same day. We’d also like to emphasize that the exact titles and synopsis for the episodes have yet to be confirmed. The network will release those details when the episodes are scheduled to air on the streaming service, which will launch on the same day as the episodes to avoid any early spoilers. Interested viewers can also enable notifications and binge-watch the third season to recall the events in order to receive updates on when the show premieres on the streaming platform.

Episode 1: …Been Slut-Shamed: At last, Devi is dating her dream guy, but some catty gossip makes her worry about taking things slow; Nalini urges Kamala to rethink a decision.

Episode 2: …Had My Own Troll: Anonymous messages about Paxton prompt Devi to play detective; Aneesa feels neglected by Ben; Pati hosts a mixer to find Kamala a suitable partner.

Episode 3: …Had a Valentine: On Valentine’s Day, a compatibility test’s results spark more drama than romance among the Sherman Oaks couples; Nalini makes a new friend.

Episode 4: …Made Someone Jealous: Kamala invites Manish over for Navratri, to Pati’s annoyance; Devi isn’t thrilled about taking Rhyah’s son to a house party, but she’s in for a surprise.

Episode 5. …Been Ghosted: A charity event gives Devi the chance to polish her flirting skills; awkward vibes linger between Fabiola and Aneesa, and Paxton offers advice.

Episode 6: …Had a Breakdown: Chasing Ivy League dreams and his father’s approval, Ben ignores warning signs of burnout until the stress of his workload builds up – literally.

Episode 7: …Cheated: Up against Des’ team at a debate tournament, Devi takes her competitiveness too far; an opportunity arises for Eleanor; Pati explains herself to Kamala.

Episode 8: …Hooked Up With My Boyfriend: A game night gives Devi and Fab a chance for alone time with Des and Aneesa, but other guests throw the evening off course; an art tutor surprises Ben.

Episode 9: …Had an Indian Boyfriend: Watching Devi struggle with a painful memory, a nervous Rhyah orders Des to keep his distance; Paxton enlists Eleanor’s help to break some news to Trent.

Episode 10: …Lived the Dream: The end of the school year has the crew all up in their feels; Devi is torn between planning for the future and enjoying the present.

When Never Have I Ever Season 4 draws close to its release date, the series will be available exclusively on Netflix, with other series of the same genre also accessible on the streaming platform with a range of membership options. The video quality and the number of screens you can use to stream Netflix simultaneously depend on the package you choose. The basic membership starts at $9.99/month, and the standard membership starts at $15.49/month. You may play mobile games and stream movies and TV shows at no additional cost with any of their services.

Never Have I Ever Season 4: Is there any teaser or trailer?

The network has not released any new teaser or trailer for the upcoming season. In the meantime, check out the official trailer for the third season, which showcases, “In Season 3 of the coming-of-age comedy Never Have I Ever, Indian American teenager Devi (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan) continues to deal with the everyday pressures of high school and drama at home, while also navigating new romantic relationships.” On Rotten Tomatoes, the third season has a rating of 91% and an average rating of 8.50/10 based on 22 reviews. Moreover, Metacritic has a weighted average score of 81 out of 100 based on 32 critics, indicating “universal acclaim.”

Take a look at the official trailer below to recap the events before delving into the new season. 

Let us know in the comments if you’ll be streaming Never Have I Ever Season 4 or not.