The much-awaited Never Have I Ever Season 4 and final season of the popular comedy-drama series is almost here.
Lang Fisher and Mindy Kaling created this comedy-drama series that is loosely based on the childhood experiences of Kaling.
The plot revolves around an Indian-American intelligent high school student Devi Vishwakumar as she navigates personal trauma, physical and psychological suffering, friendship, social exposure, love, a love triangle, s*xual fantasy, and experience, and insecurity with her close friends throughout her years in high school.
Maitreyi Ramakrishnan portrays Devi Vishwakumar in the series. It gained popularity and acclamation for its representation of South Asian and Hindu culture in Hollywood while breaking Asian stereotypes.
The series premiered on April 27, 2020, on Netflix. The fourth and final season is set to arrive on June 8, 2023.
Following is a number of television series that you are most likely to enjoy if you are a fan of ‘Never Have I Ever’ and are waiting for Season 4.
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10 Must-Watch Television Series Like ‘Never Have I Ever Season 4:
The Summer I Turned Pretty – Number of Seasons: 2
Jenny Han created this coming-of-age romantic drama series that is adapted from Han’s same-named novel trilogy.
The plot revolves around Belly as she spends her perfect summer being caught in a love triangle with two brothers. As she finds herself dealing with the experience of first love and first heartbreak at the same time, she must decide what she really wants.
Lola Tung portrayed Isabel Conklin or “Belly” in the series. The series premiered on June 17, 2022, on Amazon Prime Video.
Sex Education – Number of Seasons: 3
Laurie Nunn created this British comedy-drama series that focuses upon the personal, s*xual, and teen lives of the fictional Moordale Secondary School students.
The teachers, other staff, and parents too are followed in the series as they try to deal with their personal and professional lives. Socially awkward Otis and intelligent troubled teenager Maeve open an underground s*x clinic in the school to help students solve their sexual issues and earn some extra money.
This s*x clinic becomes the beginning of the emergence of a number of dynamics. Asa Butterfield and Emma Mackey portrayed Otis and Maeve in the series.
Other cast members include Gillian Anderson, Ncuti Gatwa, Aimee Lou Wood, Mimi Keene, Simone Ashley, Connor Swindells, etc.
The series dealt with issues like sex education, queer identity, homos*xuality, etc. Wood was awarded Best Female Comedy Performance by BAFTA.
The Season 3 of the series won Primetime Emmy Award for Best Comedy Series. It premiered on January 11, 2019, on Netflix.
Heartbreak High – Number of Seasons: 1
This Australian drama series is created to serve as a soft reboot of the renowned same-named 1994 Australian series.
The plot revolves around a high school student Amerie as she navigates love, heartbreak, and s*x with Darren and Quinni, her new friends, in the background of the fictional Hartley High.
Ayesha Madon, James Majoos, and Chloé Hayden portrayed Amerie, Darren, and Quinn respectively in the series. It premiered on Netflix on September 14, 2022.
The Sex Lives of College Girls – Number of Seasons: 2
Justin Noble and Mindy Kaling created this American teen comedy-drama series that revolves around the sexually active lives of four eighteen-year-old freshman friends and roommates as they struggle to deal with the hardships of adulthood and college life in fictional Essex College set in Vermont.
The series premiered on November 18, 2021, and ran on HBO Max from season one to two and on Max in Season three.
Heartstopper – Number of Seasons: 1
This British romantic comedy coming-of-age drama series is adapted from Alice Oseman’s same-named webcomic and graphic novel.
The plot surrounds the recently outed gay schoolboy Charlie Spring and a popular rugby player of the school named Nick Nelson as Charlie falls in love with Nick.
The lives of their other friends are also focused in the series. Joe Locke and Kit Connor portrayed Charlie and Nick respectively in the series.
The series was critically acclaimed for its tone, pacing, and portrayal of LGBT people. It premiered on April 22, 2022, on Netflix.
On My Block – Number of Seasons: 4
The plot of this American teen comedy-drama series is set in a rough inner-city named Freeridge in the neighborhood of Los Angeles as four teen friends begin high school.
The series ran from March 16, 2018, to October 4, 2021, on Netflix.
Atypical – Number of Seasons: 4
Robia Rashid created this comedy-drama series that revolves around an eighteen years old autistic young man named Samuel Gardner or Sam, portrayed by Canadian actor Keir Gilchrist.
It ran from August 11, 2017, to July 9, 2021, on Netflix.
The Baby-Sitters Club – Number of Seasons: 2
This comedy-drama series is adapted from the same named children’s novel series by Ann M. Martin. The plot revolves around five middle-school friends starting their own babysitting business.
It ran from July 3, 2020, to October 11, 2021, on Netflix.
Derry Girls – Number of Seasons: 3
Lisa McGee created this very successful British teen sitcom that revolves around a group of friends in a Catholic girls’ secondary school. The series ran from January 4, 2018 to May 18, 2022 on Channel 4.
Love 101 – Number of Seasons: 2
This Turkish teen comedy-drama follows a group of outcast teenage friends as they try to help their beloved teacher find love in the town to make her stay there.
The series ran from April 24, 2020, to September 30, 2021, on Netflix.