Fried follows the staff in the struggling Croydon branch of a low rent fast food chain, "Seriously Fried Chicken". We follow the group as they navigate the greasy world of nugget vending ... See full summary »
Tracy Beaker returns to The Dumping Ground only this time she's not a resident but a care worker offering her advice and experiences to a new generation of 'dumped' kids, often with calamitous results.
Great show, has its highs and lows but definitely worth a watch!
22 year old girl here. Just read through some of the reviews and I was surprised to see the negativity! I watched this show initially with my boyfriend and his mates in the heart of Coventry who all love the inbetweeners. I personally have not watched it, however all of us agreed that Some Girls was actually really good... and that the best bit was the acting. The character development is ace, which is why the dry humour works so well. I can't fault the script either. I like shows that pay attention to detail and visually some girls ticks that box. All characters are relatable... its not crazy like skins but for an educated London 2nd gen immigrant girl who has lived in council flats her whole life going to school in your low end inner city secondary and who had friends similar to Holli, Amber, Saz and Viva, this show sure does bring back memories. I also think its aimed at a younger audience, maybe 15-20. It's a great laid back show to watch that'll have you smiling all the way through.
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