Five Points (2018– )

TV Series   |  Drama


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Five high school students from Chicago experience a life-changing event, told from different points of view. Each perspective is crucial to unveiling the truth.

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31 July 2018 | chubbydave
5
| Low Budget Cheesy Teen Drama
This is a series of short episodes about teens in a high school in Anytown, USA. It has the same group of people as usual, the rich popular kids, the football hero, the dork, the homosexual guy, etc. The episodes are very short, only about ten minutes.

One of the actresses is Madison Pettis, probably one of the most beautiful young women in the known universe, and she plays a spoiled rich girl who is dating the football hero. Madison does a great job as the spoiled rich twinkie. Another actress is the breathtakingly lovely and always interesting Haley Kiyoko, and she is the reason I watched this in the first place. She's very cool. I'd watch anything with her in it.

What is going to make or break any show is whether you like the characters. But in this series the episodes are so short that there just isn't very much character development, and the plot just isn't interesting enough to carry the show.

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