Devi Vishwakumar and her friends are back for their senior year in the final season of Never Have I Ever! Continue reading to find out more.
As John McEnroe narrates, “Go get ’em, Devi!” The countdown has begun as the eagerly anticipated fourth and final season of Netflix’s Never Have I Ever is officially on the way this summer season!
After months of anticipation, the network has finally confirmed that the comedy-drama series will debut its final 10 episodes on Thursday, June 8, 2023, at the same time slot of 12:00 a.m. (PT) or 3:00 a.m. (ET), just like the other original series and movies accessible only on the streaming platform that has been following for years to align with international viewers.
We’ve also included a list of locations as well as their respective time slots for which Netflix shows, movies and other content are usually published worldwide at the same schedule. This is generally followed by new releases, but there may occasionally be exceptions. If this is the case, Web News Observer will inform you immediately to avoid any further delays.
For the time being, international time slots for the season’s premiere are as follows:
- Alaska: 11:00 p.m. AKDT the night before the release date
- Brazil: 4:00 a.m. BRT the morning of the release date
- Dubai, UAE: 11:00 a.m. GST the morning of the release date
- East Coast of the US: 3:00 a.m. ET the morning of the release date
- England: 7:00 am BST on the morning of the release date
- France: 8:00 a.m. CEST on the morning of the release date
- Germany: 8:00 a.m. CEST on the morning of the release date
- Hawaii: 9:00 p.m. HST the night before the release date
- India: 12:30 p.m. IST on the afternoon of the release date
- Israel: 9:00 a.m. IDT the morning of the release date
- Italy: 8:00 a.m. CEST on the morning of the release date
- Japan: 4:00 p.m. KST the afternoon of the release date
- Midwest of the US: 2:00 a.m. CT on the morning of the release date
- Mountain time in the US: 1:00 a.m. MT the morning of the release date
- South Africa: 9:00 a.m. SAST the morning of the release date
- South Korea: 4:00 p.m. KST on the afternoon of the release date
- Spain: 8:00 a.m. CEST on the morning of the release date
- Sydney, Australia: 5:00 p.m. AEST on the afternoon of the release date
- West Coast of the US: 12:00 a.m PT the morning of the release date
The official Twitter handle of the show also confirmed the official release date news with a short 55-second clip among its followers which showcases Devi and the gang returning for their senior year, quoting, “Senior year starts this summer. The final season of Never Have I Ever premieres June 8″ Take a look at the official announcement below:
Senior year starts this summer 🔥
The final season of Never Have I Ever premieres June 8 pic.twitter.com/Cr3nHfgvbi
— Netflix (@netflix) April 13, 2023
Never Have I Ever Season 4: What to expect in the final season?
Netflix Tudum has confirmed that 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 can get reignited again.”
After living out her fantasy 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 their 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. Further adding, “I feel like if I said what I would want, I would just be telling you what happened.”
The main cast members who will return 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.
Moreover, the guest stars in this season include Megan Suri as Aneesa Qureshi, Michael Cimino as Ethan, Ivan Hernandez as Andres, and Jeff Garlin as Len. The show is created by executive producer Mindy Kaling, with Lang Fisher serving as co-creator, executive producer, showrunner, and writer. It is produced by Universal Television, and executive produced by 3 Arts Entertainment’s Howard Klein and David Miner.
That’s not all, months ago, Season 4’s official sneak peek revealed the actors Maitreyi Ramakrishnan and Jaren Lewison speaking about what they know about the upcoming season of the series while going through script pages. It’s the senior year for Devi and Ben, and we’re still whirling from the epic “boink card” incident from last season’s shock and exhilaration.
Ramakrishnan claims that Devi’s family situation is “definitely less than perfect” and that she “got like three different boyfriends.” The sneak peek also teases a wedding that has been promised, although who it involves may come as a bit of a surprise, as well as a variety of other mishaps and antics for Devi and the crew.
As Ramakrishnan says in the teaser, “What? Did you think the senior year was going to be easy?” In addition to this, all the brand new episodes of the series will be available exclusively on Netflix with the basic membership starting at $9.99/month, and the standard membership starts at $15.49/month at no additional cost with any of their services.
In the meantime, take a look at some newly released official stills from the final season below:
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