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Shedrack Anderson III
The teenage "dramady" follows the fast friendship of four high school girls in Chicago with varied personalities and from different backgrounds. Alecia is a transplanted Alabamian whose passion is music and who wants to sing more than anything else. Niki is from a well-to-do family and enjoys the lifestyle of the rich--and boys--very much. Sierra is an idealist fervently committed to the causes she believes in and has a talent for organizing. Finally, Cris, usually called by her last name Castelli, is the athlete of the group and comes from an Italian-American family which runs its own restaurant. Written by
While this show isn't perfect it does give me some hope. As the mother of a pre-teen girl I can attest that there is a dearth of shows that address the issues she is facing or will be facing soon. My daughter has added this to her list of favorite shows along with "Braceface" and "As Told By Ginger".
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