*Warning: Major spoilers ahead*
If a random Netflix user were to stumble upon the hit Mindy Kaling-created series Never Have I Ever, they might read the synopsis and think it's just another salacious teen drama. In season one, our protagonist, Devi Vishwakumar (played by the stellar Maitreyi Ramakrishnan), attempts to elevate her social status and throw herself into adulthood by trying to hook up with one of the most sought-after guys in her high school—Paxton Hall-Yoshida (Darren Barnet). However, any loyal followers of this teen dramedy can confirm that it's not just about sex. In fact, it's deceptively emotional.
Throughout the series, we've watched as Devi grieved the sudden death of her father, all the while navigating the struggles that come with being an Indian-American teenager at a preppy, predominately-white L.A. public school.
Quickly in season one, we see that Devi does not end up having sex like she intends—however this plot always lurks in the background. Devi's romantic life is often the focus, as she finds herself entangled in a love triangle with Paxton and her competitive classmate, Ben Gross (Jaren Lewison), which gets even more complicated with the introduction of the dreamy Des (Anirudh Pisharody) in season 3. But, while Devi was often thinking about boyfriends, other things usually got in the way...that is, until the very end of this latest season, which ended with a major cliffhanger. (Proceed with caution if you haven't watched season 3 of Never Have I Ever.)