What is Season 3 about?
“In season 3 of the coming-of-age comedy Never Have I Ever, Indian American teenager Devi (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan) continues to deal with the everyday pressures of high school and drama at home, while also navigating new romantic relationships,” the Netflix plot synopsis reads. That’s pretty (understandably) vague, but luckily we have some clues based on where we left off in season 2.
After a whirlwind nine episodes, season 2 of Never Have I Ever ends at the winter formal with a handful of loose ends. After she and Paxton break up, Devi attends the dance with Eleanor as her date who later swaps her for Trent.
Just when a heartbroken and lonely Devi is about to leave, Paxton comes back to the school grounds, where they share a passionate kiss. They further rekindle their romance on the dance floor as the entire school watches — much to Ben’s dismay, who laments by the punch bowl. “It’s always been him,” he says. “No, it hasn’t,” Eleanor corrects him. “After you took her to Malibu, she wanted to choose you. So, just for the record, it’s not always been him.”
Not everyone is going through it, though. Eve and Fabiola (aka the school’s first-ever Cricket Queen and Queen) have just confessed their love for each other, and Kamala made a run for it at her proposal dinner to spend time with Mr. Kulkarni.
Is there a trailer for Never Have I Ever Season 3?
On July 27, Netflix released the first trailer for Never Have I Ever Season 3, which opens up with a slow-motion money shot of the most unexpected power couple there ever was: Devi Vishwakumar and Paxton Hall-Yoshida. When they make their debut as a couple in the halls of Sherman Oaks High, Mr. Shapiro the history teacher literally does a spit take. We’re in our #Daxton era now, friends… get ready.