Never Have I Ever season 4's trailer teases the end to the Netflix show

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Never Have I Ever season 4 reveals trailer Netflix

Never Have I Ever spoilers follow.

Netflix has released a trailer for season 4 of Never Have I Ever teasing the end of the show.

Starring Maitreyi Ramakrishnan as Devi Vishwakumar, a high school student navigating the complexities of teenage life, the new trailer includes some surprise appearances.

Ending on a cliffhanger at the end of season three, fans saw Devi show up to Ben Gross' house to cash in a 'one free boink' voucher he had given her. As we see in the trailer, Ben and Devi "do the deed", and things seem to get a bit awkward between the two afterwards, as they struggle to communicate or even look each other in the eye.

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At one point, Devi even gets her besties Fabiola Torres and Eleanor Wong, played by Lee Rodriguez and Ramona Young respectively, to hide her from Ben.

Throughout the seasons Devi has been involved in a love triangle of sorts, unable to choose between Paxton Yoshida-Hall and Ben.

While we already knew that Darren Barnet would be returning as Paxton for season four, the new trailer confirms this. Despite graduating from Sherman Oaks High at the end of season three, in the trailer Paxton turns up at school, much to Devi's surprise.

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Fans are also given a glimpse of Michael Cimino as season four's new hottie, skater boy Ethan, as well as a look at his "clawable" torso.

Previously teasing fans with what's to come from the fourth and final season, co-showrunner Lang Fisher said: "I think there's gonna be a subset of people who are disappointed because, you know, the love triangle comes to an end and decisions are made," Fisher told us.

"But I hope that we did it in a way that even people who may have lost in some sense, feel like they won. I think we did a good job."

Never Have I Ever seasons 1-3 are available to watch on Netflix. Season 4 will debut June 8.

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