4 September 2018 | chollemarie
I wanted to love it, but...
I just finished season one, and I'm working on season two right now. So far, season two looks much more promising. I wanted to like season one so much because of the cast, and I love the idea of the premise, but it just wasn't what I wanted. What I wanted to see was like a story told in the guidance counselor's office, where we see the story told in these short snippets while in her office, but this show was nothing like that. I liked the characters, the camera angles, the score, the cast, and the general idea of the show, but the writing was just...Ugh. Like, it could've been so good, but the story was bland, predictable, and just wrong. Anyway. If you like watching painfully bad TV, go for season one. If not, I'd advise for you to pick another title. I rate season one a 2/10
Just finished season two, and gave the show three more stars because it was so much better. Finally, some decent writing and an actual plot! I love the final message of season two, which is basically something akin to: STOP BLAMING VICTIMS OF SEXUAL CRIMES AND TAKE TEENAGERS SERIOUSLY. Great message, interesting story, great show to binge. I rate season two a 8/10!!