This is for all the binge-watchers out there! Mindy Kaling’s newest series on Netflix has been getting all the hype from subscribers. If you fell in love with the coming of age story and have already breezed your way through season 1, there may be some Netflix shows like Never Have I Ever that you can try out.\nIf you haven’t checked out the new title, the comedy series follows teen Devi who after struggling through the death of her father and a tragic accident, just wants to live the regular teen life.\nSince it’s release on April 27, the show has been trending on the streaming service and has even been given a 90% audience rating.\nNarcity also caught up with Never Have I Ever actress Canadian Maitreyi Ramakrishnan about her amazing experience working on the series.\nWhile you wait for news on whether there will be a season 2, you can check out these hit Netflix shows that could be just as good.\nJane the Virgin\nAudience Rating: 85% on Rotten Tomatoes\nJane is shocked to find out she’s pregnant after being accidentally artificially inseminated at a doctor’s appointment. Becoming a young single mom wasn’t in the cards for this aspiring writer, but she takes on the challenge while struggling with the judgement of her Latino family and the employees at the Miami hotel she works at.\nOn My Block\nAudience Rating: 93% on Rotten Tomatoes\nA group of teens have their friendship tested as they head to high school and discover what really happens behind the scenes of their run-down Los Angeles neighbourhood.\nThe Mindy Project\nAudience Rating: 82% on Rotten Tomatoes\nThe Mindy Project was also created by Mindy Kaling and is loosely based on the life of her own mom.\nThe series follows a successful New York City gynecologist who finds it difficult to balance her professional, romantic, and familial lives.\nSex Education\nAudience Rating: 96% on Google\nHigh school is difficult enough but for Otis, who’s mother is a sex therapist, being an expert at sex makes it even worse. His friends Maeve convinces him to share his knowledge with the entire school in a sex-therapy clinic.\n#BlackAF\nAudience Rating: 73% on Rotten Tomatoes\nAdjusting to their newfound success in their professional lives, Netflix says the Barris family deals with “relationships, race, and culture” while trying to maintain their closeness.\nI Am Not Okay With This\nAudience Rating: 86% on Rotten Tomatoes\nSyd’s high school experience is tough enough but unrequited love and friend drama is nothing compared to the secret she has to keep. When her innocent superpowers become too much, Syd has to learn to contain them before anyone discovers them.\nAtypical\nAudience Rating: 95% on Rotten Tomatoes\n18-year-old Sam, who is on the autism spectrum, just wants some independence as he prepares for graduation and college life. Escaping his home life that is inevitably falling apart, Sam decides step one of his plan is to find a girlfriend.