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Although I did not watch the whole series, the time I watched the series was enough to get me addicted to it.
It is true that the argument was unreal. At least in Spain. Teenagers in high school aren't supposed to be living on their own when they are 16-18 years old. And furthermore the actors were mostly older than the character they were representing.
But anyway, this series was made to be watched by teenager, and as a teenager I loved that series. The argument treated topics that were useful for teenagers to learn about, like drugs, teen pregnancy or violence, and reflected a reality in which teens would like to live. That's what made the series so attractive and addictive.
To sum up, it was a series that a lot of Spanish teens will never forget.
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