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In my opinion, some of the best teen dramas and comedies are made by the Brits.

Their casts are usually more diverse, they have more leeway with the material (it’s usually raunchier like most teens are) and the actors are usually teens and young adults in real life as well, unlike the 28-year-olds passing for teenagers in most American teen shows.

The entire cast changes every other season with a new crop of teens to go through ridiculous teen shenanigans, and while I liked some of them better than others--don't get me started on gen 2--this show is always going to be one of my favorites.

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Created by Fred Armisen, Carrie Brownstein and Jonathan Krisel, the series brings back its colorful array of characters to dig even deeper into the absurdities of modern life.

Like most scripted reality shows, this one is pretty the best possible way.

I mean, any show that has people seriously talking about how fish reproduce is automatically on my "must see" list.

This is one of the few shows that actually makes me laugh out loud whenever I watch it.

The Inbetweeners is a show about four awful teenage boys who get up to awful teenage boy type things.

This show is all about teen debauchery in a way that a lot of American shows about teens just aren't.

Sure, it's mostly a much raunchier version of Degrassi, but it also has great music and it is just straight up aesthetically pleasing.

The 8th and final season starts January 18th at 10P on IFC.

I don’t refer to myself as an Anglophile because people who call themselves Anglophiles are obnoxious and think that the United Kingdom is perfect and can do no wrong…which is definitely not true.

However, I’m not gonna lie: I like a lot of things that come out of the UK.


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