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10 Teen Comedy Productions For You Who LOVE “I Never …”

Season 2 of “Had Never…” finally premiered on Netflix and has become one of the 2021’s most loved and beloved audiences.

Mixing themes of great social significance with acidic and highly entertaining comedy, the new episodes continued Devi’s (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan) journey of discovering her place in the world – and deciding between two boys who captured her heart. Critically acclaimed internationally, the season revived the nostalgia for teenage comedies, and with that in mind, CinePOP has put together a list of ten other productions in the genre to marathon.

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Where to watch: Amazon Prime Video

Of course, the classic 2000s teen comedy “Mean Girls” couldn’t be left out of our list. The acclaimed film, starring Lindsay Lohan and Rachel McAdams, tells the story of Cady Heron, a young man who was raised in Africa by his scientific parents. When her family moves to the suburbs of the United States, Cady begins attending public school and is given a brief introduction to the popularity laws that divide her peers. Unwittingly, she finds herself in the middle of a group of elite students nicknamed “the powerful”.

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Where to watch: HBO Max

The fun romantic anthology “The Comings and Comings of Love” features several high-caliber actors from the movie scene, but teenage storylines, which feature names like Emma Roberts, Taylor Lautner, Taylor Swift, Carter Jenkins and many more. others distract our attention. In the plot, several Los Angeles residents go through ups and downs in a single Valentine’s Day. During this day, they face first dates, long relationships, teenage flirtations and old flames.

BAD (2011 – 2016)

Where to watch: Amazon Prime Video

‘Awkward’ is a drama that revolves around the life of 15-year-old Jenna Hamilton (Ashley Rickards) who, like many others, feels invisible and desperately wants to find her place in the world. At your age, that usually means standing out from the crowd. Unfortunately, this happens when an accident gives her the not-too-funny stigma: While everyone thinks she’s attempted suicide, Jenna is determined to take advantage of the situation.

DUFF (2015)

Where to watch: HBO Max

Young Bianca (Mae Whitman) one day finds out that she was chosen by her high school friends as DUFF (Designated Ugly Fat Friend), or an ugly friend to look even prettier in comparison. Angry, Bianca asks a popular athlete at school to help her improve her appearance.

Where to watch: Disney +

“Andi Mack” is one of the most important series in the Disney Hall of Fame because it truly portrays teenage lives, raising questions about sexuality, depression, panic attacks and even unplanned pregnancy as topics of discussion. The story centers on the main character who, on the eve of her 13th birthday, discovers that the woman she believed to be her sister, Bex, is in fact her mother.

Where to watch: Netflix

Despite some criticism of portraying autistic people, “Atypical” learned from its mistakes and went on to become one of Netflix’s most acclaimed productions. It ended in 2021 with an extremely well-received fourth season. The story centers on Sam Gardner (Keir Gilchrist), an 18-year-old autistic boy who seeks his own independence – starting with finding a girlfriend. On this challenging (and laughing) journey, he and his family learn to deal with life’s hardships and find that the meaning of “being a normal person” is not so obvious.

Where to watch: Netflix

Guided by the applauding performances of Asa Butterfield, Emma Mackey, Gillian Anderson and Ncuti Gatwa, “Sex Education” had a huge impact on Netflix users during its 2019 debut by breaking countless taboos on sex, the gender and identity. The plot centers on Otis (Butterfield), a young man who suffers from certain sexual blockages and uses all the knowledge he learned from his mother, sex therapist Jean (Anderson) to help his classmates.

LYCÉE MUSICALE: THE SERIES: LA MUSICALE (2019 – PRESENT)

Where to watch: Disney +

Starring Olivia Rodrigo, Joshua Bassett and Matt Cornett, “High School Musical: The Series: The Musical” revolves around a group of East High School students working together to prepare and direct a production High School Musical Theatrical Show. As the days go by, they realize that the drama does not only exist on stage, but also behind the scenes.

YES, GOD, YES (2019)

Where to watch: NOW

In ‘Yes, God, Yes’ in the 2000s, Alice (Natalia Dyer) is a teenage girl from the Midwest devoted to Catholicism. When an online chat introduces her to masturbation, she becomes engulfed in guilt and desperately seeks divine redemption.

YOU CAN’T DO IT (2020)

Where to watch: Netflix

In the acclaimed comedy-drama “You Can’t Think About It”, Ellie Chu (Leah Lewis) is the typical displaced student who has a habit of doing classmates’ homework for money to help with the bills. at home. Secretly, she has a crush on the beautiful Aster Flores (Alexxis Lemire). When Paul (Daniel Diemer), a soccer player, approaches Ellie asking for help writing a love letter to her lover, she comes into conflict.

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