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GINNY & GEORGIA S2: Stomps Out the GILMORE GIRLS Comparisons, Gets Darker, Messier, More Interesting

CW: Self-harm, depression, disordered eating, domestic violence, gun violence. I like the way the second season of Ginny and Georgia, whether intentionally or not, crushes any remaining tired comparisons to the Gilmore Girls under it's heel like some discarded chili cheese fries from Luke's Diner. This season also dispenses with cute hideouts behind loose floorboards … Continue reading GINNY & GEORGIA S2: Stomps Out the GILMORE GIRLS Comparisons, Gets Darker, Messier, More Interesting

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HEARTBREAK HIGH (2022): Is an Inclusive, Warm, Funny, and Insightful Series

Regrets, I have few. In this case I regret that I didn't start watching the Australian show Heartbreak High (2022- ) sooner. This inclusive, warm, funny, relatable series about a group of teens dealing with sex, relationships, school, parents, parties, and all the shit that society throws at them is a joy to immerse yourself … Continue reading HEARTBREAK HIGH (2022): Is an Inclusive, Warm, Funny, and Insightful Series

Fakes promo image. Becca in a pink coat, bucket hat and sunglasses, smiling while pointing to Zoe who is in a brown coat, bucket hat and is looking straight ahead. Behind them are images of fake IDs. Below it says: FAKE IT 'TIL YOU MAKE IT.

FAKES Season 1 (2022): A Sincerely Good Series

Watching all ten episodes of Fakes will likely leave you with some trust issues, but you can believe me when I say it's entirely worth it. The Canadian series—which recounts the story of two high school best friends accidentally-on-purpose building a huge fake-ID empire—doesn't move at the frenetic pace of a lot of Netflix shows, … Continue reading FAKES Season 1 (2022): A Sincerely Good Series

Drea and Eleanor imposed over the school. the other characters are shown in a V formation below them. The background is a mix of pastel colors. The text reads Camila Mnedes Maya Hawke I'LL DO YOURS IF YOU DO MINE. A NETFLIX FILM DO REVENGE

DO REVENGE (2022): Yes, Do Watch Netflix’s Sharp-Witted Teen Satire

You know what never goes out of style? High school drama. Social status, cliques, outcasts, loners, crushes, kisses, jealousies, plots, ploys, meanness, ostracization, and, yes, revenge plots, are as timeless as some misguided adult telling teens that high school will be the "best years of their lives." Do Revenge, Netflix's latest contribution to this canon, … Continue reading DO REVENGE (2022): Yes, Do Watch Netflix’s Sharp-Witted Teen Satire

Against a bright orange purple and pink backround, Devi and the other teen main characters appear as cut out photos. Devi is at the center and the other characters (Fabiola, Eleanor, Paxton, Ben, Aneesa, and Des) are fanned around her. Above it says: FROM MINDY KALING Never Have I Ever SAME NERDS, NEW DRAMA

NEVER HAVE I EVER SEASON 3 (2022): Bounces Back From Its Sophomore Slump

Note: This review contains what some may consider mild spoilers. Never Have I Ever… seen a show recover so well from a sophomore slump. Okay, that's an exaggeration for effect. Plenty of other shows have come back from second season dips. Regardless, this season of Never Have I Ever is back to its first season … Continue reading NEVER HAVE I EVER SEASON 3 (2022): Bounces Back From Its Sophomore Slump