I absolutely loved this show!Not only is it very interesting,but it is also a very open series. The most daring you can ever find in the Spanish speaking television so far!The first episode itself had a lot going on.What I most like about this show is that it talks about reality,the struggle of the teenage years; peer pressure,bad influences,drugs,eating disorders, sexual orientation, and the search of happiness.Spanish TV is starting to talk about this more often but its is amazing how this show that began in 2008 did it so well when it was not common to talk about this taboos in our Hispanic culture. I first found out about this show after watching its Telemundo adaptation,"Relaciones Peligrosas."It was also good, but after watching "Fisica o Quimica" I understood why the majority preferred the original. Fisica o Quimica is unforgettable!Three years after its conclusion fans worldwide are still talking about it and even signing a petition for the return of the series. Isn't that something?The series already has a adaptations and versions of the series it has inspired in other countries. The characters of the story have almost the same importance, and they don't focus on the'protagonists' only. Each character grows and changes episode after episode with its own vicissitudes. The outcomes are very realistic. Lost opportunities and death are part of life.The series had me laughing, crying, and shaking at its twists and turns. I totally recommend it! I watched all of the seven seasons online, and I think it would be great if they were to transmit it in the U.S for the Hispanic audience. The series actually has you reflect on your life and makes you think. Isn't that something worth your time?...If it had any flaw the sole writer of the series deserves this ten stars!
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