Like protagonist Devi, Never Have I Ever season 4 isn’t perfect, but it’s a bittersweet goodbye to the Netflix series and its characters.
It’s the last day of school. Junior year is ending and that means that senior year is right around the corner. Devi’s been planning out her senior year since she could remember. But even the best laid plans have issues.…
We don’t talk about Rhyah, cause we don’t like her. Especially after the shit she had to say about Devi. We don’t like her.
Devi just wants to make out with her boyfriend, but that isn’t going to be as easy as it seems. Read our review of episode 8 of #NeverHaveIEver
We’re at the point in #NeverHaveIEver where all the characters are growing and challenging themselves & we’re living for it.
We always love an episode that we get to learn more about other characters, because that means another narrator and we love all the #NHIE narrators
Eleanor’s advice is well, questionable, but always entertaining. Devi needs to stop following the advice and believe in herself
Getting over a breakup is hard. Moving on is hard. Seeing the person you were with, with someone else is hard. Devi is experiencing it all.
Relationships are difficult enough, but when you’re in high school, everything is heightened. Feelings are so brand new that they over take everything. Yet, even when you get older, feelings stay with you. It doesn’t get easier. Do you remember…
The internet is a scary place. It’s a place that shows you that nothing is as it seems. It’s a place that shows you, if you really think about it, it’s the place where you can see who a person…
high school is a bitch & people are always going to have something to say. you have to make the choice of listening to them or not.
The Trailer for Never Have I Ever Season 3 is here, and it promises more drama and the same amount of heart as before.
Will we miss #NeverHaveIEver? Yes. Do we understand why it’s only going to last 4 seasons? Also yes.
Life is always changing, but nothing is better than having great friends Devi, Eleanor, and Fabiola will always be there for each other and it is everything.
What an emotional episode of #NeverHaveIEver. Maitreyi Ramakrishnan is phenomenal. Legit, I cried. I felt Devi’s pain
We hate Malcolm. Ben is softening up. Devi is learning. Paxton is growing. There is a lot going on in #NeverHaveIEver
This season of ‘Never Have I Ever’ has a lot of people with a lot of mood swings, making bad decisions, and it’s been a roller coaster to watch
Devi… we were rooting for you. And after this episode everything looks bleak AF for you and quite frankly – we’re disappointed.
Rumors are horrendous and they are everywhere. The things that Devi spread, even if it was an accident, were cruel.
As we journey into episode four, I do have to say that Never Have I Ever doesn’t disappoint this season. A lot of times second seasons of shows are disappointing, leaving us wondering why we wasted our time becoming invested.…