Looking for something light (again), I decided to give Season One of “Never Have I Ever” a try. It’s based on writer and producer Mindy Kaling’s experience growing up in the affluent, mostly white, neighborhood of Cambridge, Massachusetts. This story, however, takes place in Sherman Oaks, California, present day. The main character, Devi, is a super bright teenager who longs for popularity in her high school and a spot in Princeton. Devi means well for the most part, but her snarkiness, ambition, and quick temper get her in trouble with family, friends, and a neighborhood coyote. Sounds like the typical confused teenage coming of age story (except for the coyote), but a family crisis gives the show a depth that I did not expect. Plus, I was completely delighted and charmed by the narration of hot-headed tennis champion John McEnroe. Watch a few episodes to settle in to this SoCal community and you may be binge watching in no time.