SKAM ESPAÑA is a portrait of the generation of boys and girls born since the year 2000. Their doubts, their problems, their feelings, what they think, what they want and, above all, what ... See full summary »
Álvaro Cobas González,
The story of a group of British teens who are trying to grow up and find love and happiness despite questionable parenting and teachers who more want to be friends (and lovers) rather than authority figures.
everything you could expect from a teenage drama series
I started watching this only because so many people on my twitter timeline were raving about it. And tbh, I like teenage drama.
As some stated before, yes, it is a very "white" series. But I don't see what's bad about that. It is very well-made, in that it's very time-effective. The episodes are very short, but you get so much of that character in that short time. It's like a regular series, except they removed all the "filler" scenes, things like a car approaching, a house seen from far away for 30 seconds, stupid lines between people that don't matter. That's the one thing I like about this series. Very focused, very time effective, focused on feelings and characters. Also, the soundtrack is on fleek.
Just give it a shot and watch the first 1-2 episodes. They are short anyway. I'm 99% sure you'll like it.
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