The best serials about student life
When you’re in a bad mood or want to escape from sad thoughts, there’s nothing better than watching series about student life. Interestingly, these series are beloved not only by young people but also by people of all ages and interests. Faithful friendship, first love, unforgettable adventures – it’s familiar and understandable to everyone. But keep in mind, they are so fascinating that they can pull you away from studies and you will need paper help.
Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists (2019)
Everything is fine in the town of Beacon Heights: comfort reigns, prosperous people, a prestigious university works. But it’s only an outward feeling, and Alison DiLaurentis, who has returned here to work as an assistant at the university, quickly realizes this. One of the professors committed suicide a year ago, and an ordinary conflict between students quickly escalates to the full extent of the tragedy. Several students plan to bully Nolan Hotchkiss, the local troublemaker, and schemer, but they don’t make it: the young man has an accident.
The year 2199. Jax, who has lost everything, starts a new life at the space academy, where she and her friends learn how to protect the planet from human and alien threats. However, the truth about the girl’s past can both save the universe as well as destroy it.
Growing Up (2018)
The story focuses on the eldest daughter of the Johnson family, Zoey, who is on her way to college. However, the journey to adulthood turns out not to be as fun and carefree as she expected.
A.P. Bio (2018)
Harvard professor Jack Griffin fails at his dream job and returns to his native Ohio to teach biology at a local school.
Finding Carter (2014)
The series will tell the story of a girl named Carter who lives with her mother Lori but soon finds out that she was kidnapped as a baby, and now Carter has to return to her real family. She tries to get along with her real parents and sister while keeping Laurie in mind.
Emily Owens M.D. (2012)
Emily Owens finally feels like she’s grown up! You can forget about her high school days; medical school is over, and now she’s an intern at Denver Hospital, where she can work with the famous cardiologist Dr. Gina Bendari, as well as her college sweetheart Will Collins, who also got an internship there. Emily quickly finds out why internships are compared to high school. Emily realizes that the hospital has the same groupings as the high school. The athletes have gone into orthopedics; the mean girls have gone into plastics. Emily, in turn, is the newcomer again. But now she had to combine her high school experience with her profession of a doctor.
High school student Jenna Hamilton wanted to get attention. Her wish comes true when a clumsy bathroom incident makes the whole school think she tried to kill herself. Now, on top of her unnecessary reputation as a suicidal high school girl, she has to deal with the everyday problems that accompany teenage life.
Switched at Birth (2011)
The series tells the story of two teenage girls who find out that they were accidentally switched at birth and went home to the wrong parents. Bay Kennish grew up in luxury in a happy family, while Daphne Vasquez, who lost her hearing in early childhood, was raised by her single mother in poverty. For the sake of these girls’ happiness, two completely different worlds must get along together.
Blue Mountain State (2010)
The series is about three first-year students enrolled at a university that focuses on American soccer. The trio must quickly adapt to their new lives, combining soccer, women, classes, and nonstop partying.
Yesterday Marty had pretty clothes, a reputation as the coolest girl in college, and the right to make fun of cheerleaders. Today, she lost her scholarship. So tomorrow she would either drop out of school or become a cheerleader for that loser team, the Hellcats… Marty was faced with an unpleasant choice: drop out of college or get a scholarship as a member of the cheerleading team she used to think were losers. How does a girl make a deal with her conscience?
The Vampire Diaries (2009)
Seventeen-year-old Elena and her 15-year-old brother Jeremy have lost their parents and can’t seem to recover from such heartbreak. Elena is an attractive young girl, popular at school, and a good student, but recent tragic events have made her a little off-balance. And then her attention is drawn to a new student, Stefan – a handsome young guy, that she immediately took a liking to. What she doesn’t realize is that Stefan is a vampire who tries to live peacefully with humans, but his brother Damon despises people. Both boys become interested in Elena and have a desperate fight for her soul.