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Lindsay Weir is a high school ‘mathlete’ who sits firmly in the freak bracket, whilst her shy younger brother is happy to be a geek. Neither of the siblings is in the cool gang at school, so they constantly searching for acceptance from others.
The show portrays the ups and downs of teenage life and what it is like to be on the outside. Other TV shows like ‘Freaks and Geeks’ include the super nerdy ‘Big Bang Theory’ and teenage favourite ‘Dawson’s Creek’.
‘Undeclared’ follows College freshman Steve Karp who cannot wait to experience student life, that is until his father decides to tag along for the ride.
Steve is torn between wanting to live it up with his college friends and spending time with his lonely father, after his recent divorce from Steve’s mother. There are tons of cringeworthy moments as we see Steve’s dad try to fit in with a group of people less than half his age.
Watch ‘Homeland’s’ Claire Danes in one of her first TV roles as she plays teenager Angela Chase who would do anything to get out of going to school. Actually, there are times when school is the best option when she struggles to deal with her parents, but she will not want anyone to know that!
Angela faces the trials and tribulations that most teenagers go through, only she sees herself as being the only one going through it all.
Another series like ‘Freaks and Geeks’ is ‘Big Bang Theory’. ‘Big Bang Theory’ draws fans from all walks of life, from science nerds to beauty queens. The story of two socially awkward friends, trying to make sense of life outside of the science lab is very endearing.
Things begin to look up for best friends Leonard and Sheldon when pretty girl Penny moves in across the hall. Are the boys finally going to take their noses out of their books and let their hair down, or are they destined not to let their hair down? Find out in this rite of passage story, with a nerdy twist.
Capeside is home to Dawson Leery, a very pensive film geek, and his friends Pacey and Joey. When wild child Jen arrives next door, Dawson and his friends are soon caught up in high school dramas, love triangles and heartache.
‘Dawson’s Creek’ is not scared to tackle major issues, such as mental health and homophobia, but still stays light enough for teenagers to enjoy.
Michael Bluth has always been the sensible one in his family and when his father is arrested for fraud, he takes on the responsibility of looking after the family business.
Michael soon finds himself losing his mind as he juggles business problems with the problems that his eccentric family bring to him. With his spoilt brothers and sisters to deal with, not to mention his high-maintenance mother, to deal with Michael is soon wishing that his father was back in the realm.
I hope you enjoy these recommendations of shows similar to ‘Freaks and Geeks’.
Is there another TV show that finds laughs in the geeky side of life?
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