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By Stephanie Morgan, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Coming-of-age tale tackles modern masculinity, has drinking.

TV Hulu Comedy 2022
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In a new twist on the coming-of-age sitcom, a fourth-wall-breaking narrator doesn't just look back on his adolescence, he actively reflects on how it's shaped the man he's become. Ladhood is witty, poignant, and makes you feel viscerally for its characters. Highlighting a close group of teenage boys fumbling their way through pivotal life experiences, and allowing themselves to be endearingly vulnerable with each other, the show draws you in from the start. The narrator's 20/20 hindsight and commentary on trying to change old patterns as an adult is insightfully entertaining. And though his journey is often a case of two steps forward, one step back, it provides a wealth of talking points for parents and teenagers on issues including alcohol, sex, toxic gender roles, and more. Plus, it's genuinely funny (in the fast-paced, self-deprecating style Derry Girls has mastered) and its quick, 30-minute format makes it utterly bingeable.

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