Resumption Isn’t That Scary, After All- Get In The Back-To-School Mood With These Memorable TV Shows

It’s time to face school again; the season of new stationery and annoying morning alarms is here again. You can embrace the school spirit with these TV shows set in the classroom. Since these TV shows are about real school issues, they can make navigating your school concerns easier. Here are five TV shows to help you feel the school vibe.

Freaks and Geeks

“Freaks and Geeks,” which only aired between 1999 and 2000, is one of the best TV shows of all time. Although it was discontinued after one season, the cult classic remains a high-rated show for its relatable story and talented actors.

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The show is about new students Sam and his older sister Lindsay Weir, played by John Francis Daley and Linda Cardellini, as they try to fit in and make new friends in a suburban high school in Detroit.

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Abbott Elementary 

“Abbott Elementary” has been running from 2021 till date. It is a fictional documentary sitcom based on teachers’ lives and everyday experiences at the fictional Abbott Elementary School in Philadelphia. Quinta Brunson created the sitcom.

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While many TV shows set in school highlight student experiences, “Abbott Elementary” gives the audience a closer look at the experience of teachers, especially in underfunded schools. The show has gotten critical success and high ratings for resonating with a varied audience.

Saved By The Bell

Running from 1989 to 1993, “Saved By The Bell” is one of the most famous high school shows of all time. Set in the fictional Bayside High School, the show is about the relationship among members of a teen friend group led by Zack Morris.

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With comedic scenarios, “Saved By The Bell” highlights the vital friendships developed in school and other important issues. The show ran for four seasons, and there were two spin-off series. There was also a revival series in 2020, but it was discontinued after two seasons.

Boy Meets World

Running for seven seasons between 1993 and 2000, “Boy Meets World” is an unforgettable TV show. A 1990s classic, the show still has a strong fan base, especially among the teenagers who watched it then. From the title, you can guess what it’s about.

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“Boy Meets World” is a sitcom that follows the story of Cory Matthews at school and the lessons he learns from his experiences. It is a story that practically all teenage students can relate to. A rewatch podcast is being planned.

Sex Education

“Sex Education” is a British comedy-drama that has been running from 2019 till now. The TV show is applauded for its unique portrayal of the mature subject of sexual issues. The first three seasons have us waiting for the fourth.

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The Netflix original, which is set in the fictional Moordale Secondary School in England, is about the lives of some students as they navigate adolescence, romance, and sexual problems. It focuses on the issues students often face as they discover themselves.

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