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There's a saying in Media industries: if you're trying to appeal to everyone, you won't appeal to anyone. This is what Logan High has done. It uses the most dull and directionless story-writing method possible: "scripted reality", and as a result comes off as an incredibly unaccomplished The Next Step, where one minute it appears like a mockumentary setting up for a joke that doesn't come; another, a kids' show devoid of any intersting characters that made programmes like 4 o'Clock Club so brilliant; and in others, completely unidentifiable. It ultimately falls down a deep crevasse between genres, one from which it is unable to rescue itself.
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