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The A List 

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Mia arrives at an idyllic summer camp expecting to be Queen Bee, but the "holiday of a lifetime" turns into a twisted nightmare.
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Series cast summary:
Lisa Ambalavanar ...  Mia 13 episodes, 2018
Ellie Duckles ...  Amber 13 episodes, 2018
Rosie Dwyer ...  Alex 13 episodes, 2018
Jacob Dudman ...  Dev 13 episodes, 2018
Micheal Ward ...  Brendan 13 episodes, 2018
Cian Barry ...  Dave 12 episodes, 2018
Nneka Okoye Nneka Okoye ...  Mags 12 episodes, 2018
Jack Kane ...  Zac 10 episodes, 2018
Georgina Sadler Georgina Sadler ...  Petal 10 episodes, 2018
Benjamin Nugent Benjamin Nugent ...  Harry 10 episodes, 2018
Eleanor Bennett Eleanor Bennett ...  Jenna 9 episodes, 2018
Savannah Baker ...  Kayleigh 8 episodes, 2018
Indianna Ryan Indianna Ryan ...  Midge 8 episodes, 2018
Max Lohan ...  Luka 8 episodes, 2018
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The A List is set in what appears to be an idyllic island summer camp, but where dark secrets will turn the "holiday of lifetime" into a twisted nightmare. Mia thinks she's all set for a summer of sun, romance and social dominance, but the late arrival of mysterious new girl Amber disrupts everything. Amber walks into the camp like she owns it; funny, confident, glamorous and effortlessly charming. Mia instantly hates her. Slowly, Mia's former followers defect to Amber's side and Mia starts to suspect that there's much more at stake than a popularity contest...there's something in Amber's eyes. Something cold...something hungry...and when she locks her gaze to yours, you can feel it in your head, probing, cataloguing. And absorbing...Amber is not a normal girl, she has powers, they are growing and they are dangerous. The heightened tension and remote setting allow The A-List to explore universal teen concerns of friendship romance, loyalty and betrayal in an intense crucible of ...

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Let the mind games begin.


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Decent
7 September 2019 | by brat93111See all my reviews

If you can be ok with the fact that actress Lisa Ambalavanar looks like a 30+ year old playing 16, you might be able to get into the show. The side characters are played very well and the story line is decent and pulls you along through each episode. The villain, Amber, is spooky and creepy for sure. It does run a bit slow at times but once you have invested in it it's impossible to just not keep going. I found this a fairly good show.


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UK

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English

Release Date:

25 October 2018 (UK) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Glasgow, Scotland, UK

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Kindle Entertainment See more »
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