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A cinematic and engaging web series with a diverse cast that continues to flourish
This is one of the first web series I ever watched and from the first to the second season, it has flourished into one of the most engaging and cinematic series on YouTube. With a diverse cast that includes Emmanuel Kabongo and Chloe Rose, this series takes viewers on a roller coaster ride of drama, that never feels forced or inauthentic. Similar to the UK series Skins, Teenagers follows a group of kids from different backgrounds, sexual orientations, etc, all connected by various relationships and circumstances. The dialog is extremely well written and the acting is top notch. The cinematography is also beautiful and the show has developed a distinct, dark, yet colorful style that's exciting to watch. Emmanuel Kabongo is a stand-out for his sensitive portrayal of a black teenager that doesn't fit the usual stereotypes we see on TV. 9/10!
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