My So-Called Life, The Complete Series

My So-Called Life, The Complete Series

My So-Called Life

  • Genre: Drama
  • Release: 1994-08-25
  • Rate: TV-14
  • Episodes: 19
  • iTunes Price: USD 14.99
7.8/10
7.8
From 71 Certification

Description

My So-Called Life charts with bittersweet humor and honesty the life of Angela Chase (Claire Danes), a contemporary 15-year-old girl, as she chronicles the ever-fluctuating perspective and emotional aches and pains of a teenager trying to figure out who she is and where she belongs.

Episodes

Title Time Price
1 Pilot 48:12 USD 0.99 Buy iTunes
2 Dancing In the Dark 47:22 USD 0.99 Buy iTunes
3 Guns and Gossip 47:21 USD 0.99 Buy iTunes
4 Father Figures 47:39 USD 0.99 Buy iTunes
5 The Zit 47:18 USD 0.99 Buy iTunes
6 The Substitute 48:12 USD 0.99 Buy iTunes
7 Why Jordan Can't Read 47:24 USD 0.99 Buy iTunes
8 Strangers In the House 48:19 USD 0.99 Buy iTunes
9 Halloween 48:18 USD 0.99 Buy iTunes
10 Other People's Mothers 47:31 USD 0.99 Buy iTunes
11 Life of Brian 48:18 USD 0.99 Buy iTunes
12 Self-Esteem 47:48 USD 0.99 Buy iTunes
13 Pressure 47:44 USD 0.99 Buy iTunes
14 On the Wagon 47:57 USD 0.99 Buy iTunes
15 So-Called Angels 48:42 USD 0.99 Buy iTunes
16 Resolutions 48:33 USD 0.99 Buy iTunes
17 Betrayal 47:47 USD 0.99 Buy iTunes
18 Weekend 46:29 USD 0.99 Buy iTunes
19 In Dreams Begin Responsibilities 47:19 USD 0.99 Buy iTunes

Reviews

  • A classic.

    5
    By bobpeters61
    Two things stand out about this show: That the teenagers in it were played by actual teenagers, rather than 30 year olds playing 15 year olds. This gives the show a rare layer of authenticity to the feel of the environment. That every character of every generation is a sympathetic character. They accomplish drama without making any character you love to hate. Everyone has their own place in your heart and are to be identified with. When they show, for example, that the gay character is getting bullied at school, the antagonists are just extras and not fully developed characters nor even bit players. Just extras. I could identify with most of the teenagers and at least appreciate the remaining ones by memory. And the parents' generation I could appreciate where they are coming from even though as a mature single man I can't identify with their parenthood issues. A rare gem of a well written and produced show.
  • The Pilot

    5
    By 53 julimar
    Ok I really like this whole series except for a few weird scenes. What is with the Dad freaking out over his daughter wearing a towel while talking to him?... then telling the mother to get her a bigger towel. That was totally ridiculous and perverted. A Bathing suit covers way less than a towel.
  • The best thing about that

    5
    By Pitfall origin
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  • 🔥🔥🔥🔥

    5
    By Kimmi Denise
    No words can describe how awesome this show and ensemble are!!
  • Deeply profound & completely excellent!!!

    5
    By TechnoBaberz
    I'm in love with this show as much today as I was in the '90s. The cast is amazing! A drama that is deeply profound and addresses not only the teenage experience, but life in general. Fun, quirky and emotional, this highly entertaining and surprisingly fast paced show is jam packed with life's ups and downs still relevant today. Totally worth the watch!
  • Wow🤗

    5
    By Myaamber2
    As a person that was born in The early 2000's I can relate to this show. I've just entered high school and everything Angela says it something I would say or have said. To anyone that is worried about the fact that it's not about your generation don't let that stop you from watching the one of the greatest tv shows ever.
  • Great Show

    5
    By Mewl0009999132
    A great show that portrays real life with real issues. You won't see anything like it on tv now in our PC, sugar coated culture.
  • My all time favorite show

    5
    By ashley4414
    This was my favorite show when it originally aired and still remains. Incredible
  • Ugh yes

    5
    By wiretangle
    Probably my favorite show EVER
  • Gen X!

    5
    By AmandaC123
    Happy to relive this eternally incomplete series (19 episodes was never enough). It's a time period I miss with great sadness- there's such great value in the necessary humanity of it: the boxy Motorola startrac cell & the equally uncommon dial up Internet......likewise, how common are phone booths anymore today? There was just this effort needed to exist then, that is so lacking today. They could never "remake" this show, that's for sure. Wonderful, as is!!!

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