I am certainly below the normal age group for Misfits, but that doesn't mean it is not a great show.
Misfits is a British comedy-drama about five youth doing community payback who develop superpowers while caught in a freak hail storm.
Our main characters include(and are well portrayed by):Nathan(Robert Sheehan), an annoying, get in your face, but hilarious boy who brings up humor in the most intense situations, Curtis(Nathan Stewarrt-Jarret), a former athlete who I think is actually very caring for others, Simon(Iwan Rheon), a very shy socially awkward young man who loves making videos, Alisha, (Antonia Thomas) a girl who loves being the center of attention, and Kelly(Lauren Socha), a girl who does not like being messed with.
After ending up in community service, they all get caught in a freak hail storm, and gain interesting super powers. They are not the only ones to gain powers though... The gang ends up in very diverse situations, and through this, there is action, violence, mystery, drama, and a little romance.
The content though, is very strong. Every episode contains strong language, mostly on Nathan's part, and sexual references. Almost every episode contains kissing at the least, but in one episode, there is upper nudity on screen with a woman, and three episodes contain the backside nudity of our three main male characters. Drugs and alcohol are seen frequently on screen, and not just social drinking is present.
However, in all of this, older teens will certainly love seeing the relationships grow, action and mystery grow more intense, and Nathan's hilarious quotes will certainly bring laughs a plenty.
I give Misfits 4/5 stars, and the Pause for 15 and older.