The story of young teenagers and pupils on Hartvig Nissens upper secondary school in Oslo, and their troubles, scandals and everyday life. Each season is told from a different person's point of view.

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2017   2016   2015  
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Josefine Frida Pettersen ...
 Noora Amalie Sætre (40 episodes, 2015-2017)
Iman Meskini ...
 Sana Bakkoush (38 episodes, 2015-2017)
Ulrikke Falch ...
 Vilde Hellerud Lien (37 episodes, 2015-2017)
Lisa Teige ...
 Eva Kviig Mohn (36 episodes, 2015-2017)
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 Isak Valtersen (35 episodes, 2015-2017)
Ina Svenningdal ...
 Chris Berg (34 episodes, 2015-2017)
Marlon Langeland ...
 Jonas Noah Vasquez (31 episodes, 2015-2017)
Thomas Hayes ...
 William Magnusson (21 episodes, 2015-2017)
Carl Martin Eggesbø ...
 Eskild Tryggvason (21 episodes, 2016-2017)
Herman Tømmeraas ...
 Christoffer Schistad (20 episodes, 2015-2017)
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 Sara Nørrstelien (20 episodes, 2015-2017)
Cecilie Martinsen ...
 Ingrid Theis Gaupseth (20 episodes, 2015-2017)
David Alexander Sjøholt ...
 Magnus Fossbaken / ... (19 episodes, 2015-2017)
Henrik Holm ...
 Even Bech Næsheim (18 episodes, 2016-2017)
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The story of young teenagers and pupils on Hartvig Nissens upper secondary school in Oslo, and their troubles, scandals and everyday life. Each season is told from a different person's point of view.

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Even's (Henrik Holm) room in the series is actually Marlon Langeland's (Jonas) room in real life. Thats why you see a lot of skateboards and caps on the wall. See more »

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Incredibly Good and Progressive Show.
5 January 2017 | by (London, Ontario) – See all my reviews

SKAM was an experience, from beginning to end, that I firmly believe people of all ages can enjoy, though I will admit it will probably appeal most to the teenage mind. This show combines well-written characters with interesting plot lines and development to create an amazing show viewers will fall in love with. It does have its issues with a few somewhat dull scenes, including one scene that consists solely of characters eating breakfast in silence, but that can be forgiven.

SKAM is the first show I've seen in a very long time that has cast teenagers to play teenagers. Not only that, but the actors are a part of the production and do get a hand in deciding things about their character. The show itself contains some great messages about standing by your friends, accepting yourself, and coming to terms with your identity, and they do it in a tasteful and realistic way. No one gets their happy ending without making a few mistakes along the way. The show does contain some themes that are often considered taboo for teenagers to do or even talk about in today's society, like drinking, sex, partying, and drugs. SKAM does a great job of portraying the teenage party scene in a realistic but still kind of tasteful way.

Overall, SKAM is a great show that I would encourage most people to watch. Maybe not a show to watch with your little sibling or kid, but a good show for people over the age of thirteen.


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