“Never Have I Ever” is always about the ups and downs of growing up. Devi’s identity as an Indian-American is central to her story, and her arc has evolved considerably as the film progresses. Season 3 Devi is less of a mess, as she shows considerable maturity when it comes to her dealing with her teenage issues. There’s still a lot to learn: Devi understands the importance of self-love after breaking up with Paxton (Darren Barnet) and takes small steps to work through the pain of her father’s death.
Season 4 of “Never Have I Ever” is the final season that allows Devi to live out her dreams as a senior in Sherman Oaks with her friends. This gives her ample space to figure out her educational goals and intentions to date someone who values her. As season 3 ends with Devi and Ben connecting, the final season can explore the details of this romantic dynamic.
While most of the beloved characters will appear in season 4, the show recently said goodbye to Paxton, who graduated and moved to college in Arizona. This is a great introduction to the character, as Paxton was finally able to overcome the labels that limited him and grow into the person he aspired to be. Paxton’s move to Arizona feels authentic to real life and is a positive direction for his character even if he won’t appear in the final installment (unless as a guest!) . The same sentiment will hopefully be echoed at the end of the show, when Devi and the gang graduate and head towards a promising future in sync with what they want.
Season 3 of “Never Have I Ever” is currently streaming on Netflix.
https://www.slashfilm.com/964811/why-never-have-i-ever-season-4-will-end-the-series-according-to-its-creators/ Why Never Have I Ever Season 4 will end the series, according to its creators