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Never Have I Ever (2020)

Rayting:   7.9/10 31000 votes
Country: USA
Language: English

The complicated life of a modern day first generation Indian American teenage girl, inspired by Mindy Kaling's own childhood.

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akshayginodia9 27 April 2020

Just finished watching "Never Have I Ever" on Netflix. Honestly, I started it because I wanted something light and fun (and I hadn't seen the trailers before). But this show turned out so much more than that and I am glad that it did. Not to say that it is not fun, but it's so much more than just a typical teenage comedy or a "chick-flick" as people call it, with a heavy emotional core.

Will definitely await the second season.

poppyemercer 28 April 2020

Unexpectedly, I really loved this show! I didn't start it with high hopes, thinking it would just be another classic American cringey high school show with perfect blondes and hunky guys. But I was very pleasantly surprised!

The show follows Devi, an Indian-American girl, which is an angle that I haven't seen on TV before. It was actually informative to me as I'd never really explored the culture before and I really connected with her whole family. I cringed with Devi, laughed with her and even cried with her.

Normally, I don't write reviews for shows but I wanted to give this one a little reward for entertaining me and showing a refreshingly new angle. I thoroughly enjoyed the show and hope it will come back for more seasons!

asuptirelu 30 April 2020

I've watched it all in 2 days, I need more episodes.

anipolet 28 April 2020

The series was amazing, I knew it would be funny but it was so heartfelt. I legit binge watched the whole season and can't wait to see what happens next.

aishasocial 29 April 2020

I'm a brown girl in my late 20s yet this show somehow feels relevant to me. I know exactly her feelings, been there,done that all of it, and I think that what's makes it special. Also, it tackles major issues including suffering the lose of a loving parent as a teen. Great job!

pablopsaura 29 April 2020

Teen drama has never been my genre of choice, I tend quiver at the thought of soapy melodrama. But Mindy Kaling's Never Have I Ever, despite ticking many boxes of an over-exploited genre, it manages breath new life into a tired genre and subvert long-running TV tropes, wisely blending pathos with moments of lightness and witty social commentary.

gouravecs 27 April 2020

I watched all episodes in one go, it was a delightful experience.

igeurinckx 27 April 2020

I had so much fun watching this series! It's sweet and funny!

jessiebellavia 29 April 2020

I shocked that this doesn't have a higher rating here. This is some of the best TV I've seen in a while. Great storylines, casting, humor and heart. By the end, I was weeping. I hope everyone does themselves a favor and goes and watches this asap. Thank you, Mindy Kaling, you wonderful delightful absurdly talented weirdo!

santoshambekar19 30 April 2020

Never have I ever is a Netflix original series on teenagers! I had been a little prejudiced to expect this as a typical stereotype of an Indian culture, however this seemed to be so good and realistic, if you leave still some stereotype stuff! Typically American series or movies show a lot of stereotype stuff on Indians which either isn't true or a thing of the past and often turns out to be artificial! But not Devi and her family in this one! Watch it, you will love it!

ms_crazy_dude 27 April 2020

This is my first review.

I binge-watched the entire series in one go. I can't wait for the next season. The characters are so sweet and relatable. If you like teen comedies/dramas, I highly recomend it. I think it's realy good to have an Indian lead for once. I don't wanna spoil anything, just go and watch!

sarahelainetrotter 28 April 2020

I could not stop watching. This series is so funny, has so much heart, and builds to a beautiful finish. Devi is a sympathetic main character who is believably oblivious to her own deeper emotions and trauma as she navigates high school and grief. Her support system is made of fully realized characters with lives and issues of their own. The romantic subplots (my favorite kind) go from superficial to grounded, much like teen romance goes. I was tearing up by the last few episodes. This series made me laugh, made me cry, made me think. I thoroughly enjoyed it and would love to see more. That said, this is a full story and if no more were made I'm happy with where Devi and her crew ended up.

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