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Never Have I Ever Season 4 Ending Explained


Netflix’s beloved coming-of-age comedy delivers a satisfying ending. Here’s how Devi’s journey concludes.

Never Have I Ever. Maitreyi Ramakrishnan as Devi in episode 410 of Never Have I Ever.
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This article contains spoilers for all of Never Have I Ever. 

Never Have I Evers final season concludes the story for all of our favorite characters in a perfect way, balancing the necessary emotional beats with a hopeful future for each. Plus, after three seasons of shipping, the love triangle is officially over. 

The series, which premiered back in 2020, follows the messy life of Devi Vishwakumar (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan), a modern-day first-generation Indian American teenage girl. Along with Devi, many of the characters provide great representation and are actually relatable for teens, specifically young women of color.

Does Devi Get into Princeton? 

After being put on the waitlist, Devi is convinced by Ben to write the supplemental essay. In an effort to show who she really is, she tells the story of what happened to her father, the way he shaped her, and how they came up with the dream of Princeton together. It’s enough to get her off the waitlist and accepted into the university. It’s all smiles at graduation and we find out she was even named Valedictorian. After that, we skip until the last weekend before college, which also happens to be the wedding weekend of Devi’s paternal grandmother, Nirmala.

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