School's almost out at Sherman Oaks High.
The fourth and final season of Never Have I Ever will hit Netflix June 8—and the gang is graduating.
However, before Devi (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan), lovingly described as an "Ivy League-chasing horn dog from Sherman Oaks, California" in the April 13 teaser, and her friends can spread their wings, there's still one big hurdle in front of them: senior year.
"There's no denying that the journey to senior year has had its ups and downs," narrator John McEnroe says in the teaser. "Like, some really bad downs. But soon, Devi and her friends return go high school for one final year. And this time, they're ready for anything."
After breaking up with Paxton (Darren Barnet) early in season three, the season ended with Devi on ex-boyfriend Ben's (Jaren Lewison) doorstep, looking to cash in her "free boink" card. Luckily, Paxton and Ben will both return in season four to sort things out.
Cimino will play Ethan, described by the streamer as "a skater and new heartthrob at Sherman Oaks High." No doubt Devi is swooning already.
As for why Never Have I Ever made the decision to call it quits after four seasons, co-creator Mindy Kaling explained that not everything good can—or should—last.
"Unfortunately, young people grow up and you can't be 17 forever," Mindy told E! News in August. "I'm really happy with where we ended with the stories and with the characters' growth. It was a very emotional finale. I truly love this world and what the actors brought to these characters. It made it one of the best creative experiences of my life."
The first three seasons of Never Have I Ever are available to stream on Netflix.
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