38 TV Shows That Need To Get Revived By Netflix ASAP
MY MAD FAT DIARY
My Mad Fat Diary was technically based on a memoir, so its ending made complete sense. That doesn’t mean we wanted to see it go. Its honest portrayal of teenage mental health problems was refreshing, and Sharon Rooney‘s performance as Rae Earl was one the best things to watch. It was also funny and sweet and real, and we got super attached to the characters over the course of its run, especially Rae’s best friend Chloe and her love interest, Finn. Couldn’t the writers come up with some plots for the characters in the future? Pretty please?