Never Have I Ever Season 2 Review, The second season of Netflix Never Has I Ever is still as charming as ever.

Never Have I Ever Season 2 Review, Before talking about the second season of Netflix Never Have I Ever, which was amazing by the way. Let’s talk about how and why I liked the first season of the show so much. Even though I’m not the biggest fan of Mindy Kaling, I really enjoyed this series. I enjoyed the diversity of the cast, and how well they rounded out every character. It was nice to watch a series where the supporting cast didn’t feel like one-dimensional character cut-outs. In fact, I loved a lot of the side character’s arcs even more than Devi’s. I really appreciated how natural they incorporated Devi’s Indian background into the story, without making it seem too forced.

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Never Have I Ever Season 2 Review

Never Have I Ever Season 2 Review

And I am glad to say that the second season of Netflix Never Have I Ever had all the aspects that made the first season so good. The diversity of the characters didn’t feel forced at all. And it was a welcome change once again. The development of every character and their story arc was once again brilliant and made sense for the most part. I have already said that the characters of this show are really interesting and the second season proved that only. Everything considering the second season of Netflix Never Have I Ever was once again a solid hit with some inconsistencies and you can easily ignore that.

Never Have I Ever Season 2 Plot

The Second Season of Netflix Never Have I Ever picked directly from the end of season 1. Devi is still distraught by her father’s demise. Her anger, her frustration is completely visible and are totally acceptable at this point. And her frustration soon turns into jealousy when a new Indian student Aneesa arrives at Sherman Oaks High.

Even the sub-plot of Devi and her romantic life is still intact and is as confusing as ever. While her friendship with Fab and Eleanor is still hanging by a thread.

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The second season not only focuses on Devi and her problems. From Fabiola’s identity crisis when she has to come out as a lesbian and Paxton struggles when he realizes that his family has Japanese history.

Never Have I Ever: Positives


As I said, the characters of the show are amazing. You can relate to these characters and none of them are boring. And even after so much character diversity none of the characters felt forces. Everyone had a role to fill and gave something to the story in one way or another. And, say whatever you want to say about Mindy Kailing, but I have never seen a bad character in any of her shows.

Nalini And Kamala 

The characters or Nalini and Kamala are huge improvements from the first season. Not only both of their deals with something serious this time around. They also didn’t control Devi’s romantic life this time and that was really refreshing. Kamala deals with a sexist workplace conflict where Kamala is the only woman. And to top that off, she is a woman of color. And this storyline features some of the strongest scenes I have ever watched.

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Maitreyi Ramakrishnan

Man, Maitreyi Ramakrishnan really shines this season as Devi. She has made this role her own. I don’t think she missed even a single cue this time around. She was charismatic and her expressions were flawless. I might watch few episodes again just for her.

Never Have I Ever Season 2: Negatives

Too Complicated Main Character

Okay, I know I said that every character in the second season was great. And I will still say they are. And it somehow affected her character in a bad way. By the end of the second season, it felt like Devi needed a squad behind her back to give her some credibility. And that is not who Devi is.

Never Have I Ever Season 2: Is It Worth It?

Absolutely, YES! If you ask me, I will tell you to go and binge-watch this show right now. I still can’t believe that I binge-watched the second season so soon. I will have to watch it again obviously, to get it all down. But it was a great season with so many great things. And you should definitely watch it no matter what.