Childhood soulmates Georgia and Holly are only a few weeks into the so-called best years of their lives at university in Edinburgh, when Georgia gets drawn into the elite clique of alpha-girls, underpinned by sordid compromise
London may be England's capital, but the underbelly has outposts across the country, from second-cities to the countryside. Thankfully, there's no shortage of quality law enforcement outside the Big Smoke.
There are many classic television series set in high schools--think Freaks and Geeks, Daria, The Wonder Years, and the O.C.. We're not saying those shows are dated, but its been decades since any of their stars have been carded when they tried to buy beer. This list is a round-up of teen dramas and comedies made since 2010.
If you graduated from Central High School and your only extracurricular was AV Club, you may envy students who attend The Salvatore School for the Young and Gifted or join secret societies like the Hermetic Order of the Blue Rose. Populated by vampires, witches, superheroes, and the occasional mortal, these schools and societies keep school days interesting.
Despite their polite exteriors and stiff upper lips, the Brits harbor a darker side that manifests itself in these dark series that are driven more by the characters' often tormented psychological states. Bonus includes some Irish and Australian series.
With these neo-noir series you can expect conflicted, world-weary antiheroes, grisly crimes, corrupt cops and politicians, and some dark humor to boot; just make sure you turn the brightness all the way up on your TV.