Release Date & Story Details


Never Have I Ever set up season 3 to further explore Devi’s love triangle with Ben & Paxton. Here’s what we know so far, from story to release date.

With the release of Never Have I Ever season 2, fans are undoubtedly already clamoring for season 3. Mindy Kaling’s Netflix series chronicles the life of first-generation Indian-American high schooler Devi (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan). Each season of the show has mainly revolved around Devi’s love life and a potential Never Have I Ever season 3 will likely continue to do so.

Never Have I Ever season 2 picks up immediately after the season 1 finale’s kiss between Ben and Devi. Devi finds herself in a love triangle with Ben and Paxton and tries to date both boys but, as expected, that plan blows up in her face. A major theme of the rest of the season focuses on Devi trying to salvage her platonic relationships with both of them, along with continuing on her journey of self-discovery that she’s been on for the entirety of the series so far. Never Have I Ever season 2 spends time with the other women in Devi’s life, focusing on her mother’s love life, her cousin’s career ambitions, and a new Indian girl named Aneesa at Devi’s school.

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Just as with Never Have I Ever season 1, the second season of the Netflix coming-of-age show sees Devi get mixed up in plenty of shenanigans on her journey of growth and self-discovery. Never Have I Ever season 2 ends on a happy note for Devi while setting her story up for an explosive turn in season 3. Here’s a look at what to expect from Never Have I Ever season 3, from plot details to a release date.

Never Have I Ever Season 3 Renewal

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As of now, Never Have I Ever has not yet been renewed for season 3. However, the show has been a success for Netflix. It also comes from A-List writer and actress Mindy Kaling, so it had plenty of clout behind it from the get-go. With both of those facts in mind, the odds are high for Never Have I Ever being renewed for season 3. Netflix renewed the show for season 2 a little over two months after the first season premiered and Never Have I Ever season 2 has been out for less than a month. Fans will likely need to wait just a little longer to hear news on Never Have I Ever season 3, but if Netflix follows the same time table, it will likely be renewed sometime in early September.

Never Have I Ever Season 3 Release Date Info

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If the renewal announcement for Never Have I Ever season 3 does come early in the fall, that helps give a better idea of the release date window. Once the renewal news comes, Never Have I Ever season 3 will have to be written and go into production. As the COVID-19 situation continues to be ever-changing, Netflix may have to account for potential coronavirus-related delays and/or shutdowns. But assuming all goes smoothly, audiences can expect Never Have I Ever season 3 to come out later in 2022, perhaps in the summer or fall.

Never Have I Ever Season 3 Story Details

Never Have I Ever season 3 will likely continue Devi’s love triangle with Paxton and Ben. After the boys found out Devi was dating both of them, she had to work hard over the course of the second season to regain their trust. When it came to rekindling her friendship with Ben, that meant accepting his new romance with Aneesa, even in spite of her jealousy. But after she was able to let Ben go, she and Paxton entered into a legitimate relationship. In the Never Have I Ever season 2 finale, Ben learned that Devi had had feelings for him. By the look on his face, it looks like Ben still reciprocates her feelings even if he’s with Aneesa. Season 3 of the Netflix TV show will likely explore this new layer to the Devi-Ben-Paxton love triangle. Devi finally has a boyfriend for real, but what happens when another boy she cares about expresses his feelings for her? That question will likely be answered if Never Have I Ever gets renewed for season 3.

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