What’s so brilliant about this show is that despite having unique struggles, it depicts Rae as an otherwise normal teen girl: She’s obsessed with music, she is boy crazy, and she’s a total smart ass.Along with a killer soundtrack, is a dystopian sci-fi show that provides social commentary on technology and how we use it to interact with each other. I started watching it via crappy You Tube uploads when I was 16-years-old, and I stuck with it through every season for its six year tenure.
From teen comedies to intense af dramas, to old school classics, you’ll find something that grabs your attention. tells the story of an overweight 15-year-old girl named Rae who just ended a three month stay at a mental hospital.
She tries to acclimate herself back into real life despite dealing with her crumbling friendship, controlling mother, and bouts of depression and self-harm.
Then, one day, there’s a freaky storm and you all get hit by lightening, supernatural lightening that gives you supernatural powers. It might sound hokey, but this show is actually really damn good. Believe it or not, it’s effing This is my go-to show whenever I want to watch something short and funny, It’s about two friends, Mark and Jez, who live together and get themselves into ridiculous situations. Jez is a chronically unemployed slacker, wannabe musician, and womanizer.
It’s funny, it’s dark, and it’s like watching super heroes without all of the goody two-shoes morality. They’re a dysfunctional and spend most of the time being horrible to each other, but that’s honestly part of what makes this show so funny.
He becomes the most unlikely of heroes when he enters the local fifth grade.
As his family, his new classmates, and the larger community all struggle to find their compassion and acceptance, Auggie’s extraordinary journey will unite them all and prove that you can’t blend in when you were born to stand out.
He has obsessive tendencies and is a little too attached to his job, and all of the gruesomeness that comes along with it.
Luther is fascinating enough, but there’s also the elusive Alice Morgan, a murderer and straight up psychopath who is actually a fun character to watch.
This show is iconic and helped launch the career of a ton of actors, too, including Nicholas Hoult, Dev Patel, Kaya Scodelario, and more.
It also launched a MTV copycat show…which absolutely sucked.
An Anglophile is someone who is obsessed with British culture.