If you’ve just ended your series run for Netflix’s original show Never Have I Have Ever, then you’re probably still on a high to watch more teen drama.
So, here’s 5 shows and movies I’d recommend to watch now, if you enjoyed watching Never Have I Ever.
Obviously, this would be a first recommendation considering that even the characters of the show of Never Have I Ever, Devi and Kamala, are also both obsessed with Riverdale too. So, if you haven’t watched it, now’s the time! The mystery solving show is addicting with the presence of Archie, Betty, Veronica, and Jughead.
To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before
This would be high on my list on movies to watch after Never Have I Ever. The film tells the story of hopeless romantic Lara Jean who writes love letters to her crushes that are never meant to be seen. But after the letters were leaked, she was forced to team up with Peter Kavinsky, the most popular guy in high school, for a fake relationship scheme where things end up with a different turn.
To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You
If you end up watching To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before then it would make sense for you to watch the sequel of it too. This time, Lara Jean is caught in between a love triangle after reuniting with John Ambrose, her old Model UN crush and Peter Kavinsky, whom she’s falling more into.
The comedy series follows Sam Gardner, a teenager on the autism spectrum who decides that he’s ready for romance and to gain some independence, away from his parents.
For more high school murder mystery drama, Elite would be the next best thing. The Spanish thriller series follows three working-class teenagers who begin attending an exclusive private school in Spain. Tension and clashes begin to happen between them and the wealthy students in school, leading to murder.