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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4   3   2   1  
2017   2016   2015  
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Josefine Frida Pettersen ...
 Noora Amalie Sætre (36 episodes, 2015-2017)
Iman Meskini ...
 Sana Bakkoush (34 episodes, 2015-2017)
Ulrikke Falch ...
 Vilde Hellerud Lien (33 episodes, 2015-2017)
Lisa Teige ...
 Eva Kviig Mohn (32 episodes, 2015-2017)
Tarjei Sandvik Moe ...
 Isak Valtersen (32 episodes, 2015-2017)
Ina Svenningdal ...
 Chris Berg (30 episodes, 2015-2017)
Marlon Langeland ...
 Jonas Noah Vasquez (29 episodes, 2015-2017)
Thomas Hayes ...
 William Magnusson (18 episodes, 2015-2016)
Carl Martin Eggesbø ...
 Eskild Tryggvason (18 episodes, 2016-2017)
Herman Tømmeraas ...
 Christoffer Schistad (18 episodes, 2015-2016)
Cecilie Martinsen ...
 Ingrid Theis Gaupseth (17 episodes, 2015-2017)
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 Sara Nørrstelien (17 episodes, 2015-2017)
Henrik Holm ...
 Even Bech Næsheim (16 episodes, 2016-2017)
David Alexander Sjøholt ...
 Magnus Fossbaken / ... (16 episodes, 2015-2017)
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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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Sonja (Theresa Eggesbø) and Eskild (Carl-Martin Eggesbø) are cousins in real life. See more »

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Honestly one of the best shows I have ever seen
13 December 2016 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

SKAM isn't perfect, it's still (3 seasons in) very white and some problematic things have popped up here and there without it being discussed on the show.

Nevertheless, can we talk about how SKAM manages to give us such amazing plot and character development in just one season? (this goes for all seasons but especially season 3)

The whole fandom roared in anger when they changed last week's clip from 45min to 18min but then cried together in joy because the writers managed to give us so much in those six new minutes. Something most TV shows spend a whole season TRYING to achieve.

I believe the reason is the friendships the show has built up and letting us see, both in the clips and also in all the social media posts. (I highly recommend checking out the social media posts over at Skam's webpage!) Because real friends push each other. So instead of spending hours of screen time where the character has to figure out how to solve a problem or move past something, the friends are there. Calling out BS, listening, reasoning, supporting.

They are all growing together, and I'm so glad we get the chance to grow as well. ❤︎


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