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These shows are a must-see for every teen
Recommending a TV show to a teenager is not easy. But these teen shows can be watched by the next generation without exceptions. Here's the proof.
Do we still have to present the iconic SKAM France ? Adapted from the same name Norwegian series, SKAM France follows the recipe that made the show popular in northern Europe. This group of lovable teenagers talking about important subjects for the new generation...SKAM France goes around every question a 2021 teen could ask themselves. With a unique format allowing the show to air a live sequence on Internet, SKAM France has everything to attract gen Z kids who could easily relate to it.
Because we all could learn from Otis' adventures, the Netflix comedy show Sex Education is a must-see for every teen. Hilarious, touching, and almost educating, the British show paints the picture of youth discovering first loves with a hint of sex education given by the hero's mom.
13 Reasons Why
13 Reasons Why is the story of Hannah, a teenager committing suicide. Before that, the young girl decided to record 13 tapes explaining the reasons why she took her life. If the show is hard to watch sometimes and is not made for a very young audience, it still seems important to watch in order to raise awareness on the effects of harassment.
What's better than Glee to set the tone for teenagers ? Ryan Murphy's show, under the banner of the Glee club, tackles different subjects like disabilities, homosexuality, or even harassment. At the Glee club, the outsiders sing alongside the most popular kids in high school. This is proof for all teenagers that popularity is not all there is to life.
How to discuss the autism spectrum the right way ? By making teenagers watch Atypical ! The show follows Sam, a young man with autism, trying to be more independent and getting to know himself. The now 4 seasons show is truly touching, and offers a point of view on how to find yourself while being autistic - but not only that.
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