Black Cultured Teen Shows
As a teen when you get older you should watch shows that could give you helpful life lessons as you grow older, and shows you are able to relate to in some way.
Here I would highly recommend teen shows teenagers should watch and would enjoy.
‘Euphoria’ is a teen sitcom about a young 17-year-old teenage girl named Rue, who is addicted to drugs, she just came back from rehab but isn’t stopping her usage.
The sitcom has many interesting characters you get to know throughout the show like Jules, a transgender girl who is still figuring out her place and where she belongs. Also, Kat who is still exploring her sexuality and who is also very body-conscious.
Throughout the show, the teens figure out what they want with they want for their futures and going to parties with many different substances. This show includes leading star Zendaya who is now nominated for her role as Rue for the Emmy’s Hunter Schafer, Alexa Demy, Jacob Elordi, Sydney Sweeney, and more.
Learn about Zendayas Nomination here: https://www.dirtysouthhiphop.com/actress-zendayas-first-ever-emmy-nomination/
You can watch Euphoria on HBO Max, Hulu Premium Subscription, Vudu, HBO Go, Amazon Prime Video, Youtube, and Google Play Movies.
‘Grown-ish’ is a spin-off from ABC’S comedy show Black-ish. The show is about Rainbow and Dre Johnson’s oldest daughter moving up to college and exploring her very first steps of adulthood with many of her college friends.
Zoey goes through many trials that come with adulthood, and figures out things won’t always come the way you want them to turn out half of the time.
The show has been going on since 2018 and features leading stars Yara Shahidi as Zoe, Trevor Jackson, Luca Sabbat, Emily Arlook, Chole Bailey, Halle Bailey, and more.
You can watch grown-ish on Hulu, Sling TV, Vudu, Amazon Prime Video, Youtube, Youtube Tv, and Freeform.
On My Block
‘On My Block’ is a show about a group of close friends with completely different personalities exploring high school life together while living in a predominantly Hispanic and Black. This includes going through the trouble and pain they will experience during high school. Ruby, Monse, Cesar, and Jamal’s friendship is tested throughout the show.
Some leading star actors and actresses featuring in this show are Sierra Capri, Jason Genao, Diego Tinoco, Brett Gray, and more.
You can watch this show only on Netflix.