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I wonder what the average age of the reviewers of this show have been, because their reviews have been pretty mixed. Some of them are probably young teenagers (13-14), some are probably mid-older teenagers (16-18), and then some are most likely young adults or parents of teenagers and older children.
As a "mid-older" teenager (to quote myself), I really enjoy this show. It could be construed as a summer show, but I think it will be really good during the school year when I have a bunch of homework and just need to unwind. There is a lot of drama (like all the other ABC Family shows), but that's good because I don't experience much of that in my everyday life but do like to observe it every so often.
The relationships between all the characters, especially between Chloe and Alek, intrigue me. I also love the comedic relief that Amy and Paul provide. With them it doesn't seem like the viewer is always getting bombarded with hard-hitting, violent content. And Brian is super sweet; he is just the type of guy a father wants their daughter to date.
In conclusion, this show, unlike what my cousins repeatedly tell me, is actually quite good. For being yet another TV show adapted from a novel, I always look forward to my Tuesday nights because of this show, and it makes getting to Wednesday a lot easier.
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