'Never Have I Ever' Season 3 Trailer: Devi and Paxton Are Official, But She's Still Self-Sabotaging

'Did we discover that being in a relationship doesn't solve all of our problems?' Devi's therapist (played by Niecy Nash-Betts) asks in the trailer.
by Danielle Turchiano — 

Maitreyi Ramakrishnan and Darren Barnet in 'Never Have I Ever' 


School will be back in session for Never Have I Ever in August, and ahead of that third season premiere, Netflix has released a trailer for the coming-of-age comedy. 

In the new trailer, which you can watch below, Devi (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan) and Paxton (Darren Barnet) are officially official, and with it comes some perks (like getting to walk down their Sherman Oaks high school hallway holding hands), but also some drawbacks (including some girls giving Devi death glares, while others have open conversations about what he could see in her). Naturally, this leads Devi to second-guess herself and her new relationship, the stability of which is not helped by yet another new guy in her life.

"Did we discover that being in a relationship doesn't solve all of our problems?" Devi's therapist (played by Niecy Nash-Betts) asks in the trailer.

Devi has a quick, pop culture-heavy comeback for that, but perhaps Ben (Jaren Lewison) may get through to her to make some real changes this season, as he tells her to "stop trying so hard" in the trailer. "What do you have to lose? Certainly not your dignity," he continues.

The series also stars Poorna Jagannathan, Richa Moorjani, Lee Rodriguez, Ramona Young, Megan Suri, and is narrated by John McEnroe. Guest stars for Season 3 include Utkarsh Ambudkar, Terry Hu, and Deacon Phillippe.

Never Have I Ever is created by Mindy Kaling and showrunner Lang Fisher. They executive produce alongside 3 Arts Entertainment's Howard Klein and David Miner. The show is produced by Universal Television.

Season 3 premiere Aug. 12 on Netflix, with Season 4 already ordered as the final season, to premiere in 2023.