Prior to the series, which lasted for one season, young audiences had teens and girls who looked like . The groundbreaking ABC teen drama lasted for only one season, but what the producers and actors accomplished in those 19 episodes still speaks to what it means to be a teenager in America. The show portrayed confused — and smart — teenagers searching for love and acceptance while working through family troubles, substance abuse, homophobia, unrequited love and dealing with school violence. “They [ABC] had long been interested in a show with a real depictions of teenagers on TV,” “My So-Called Life” creator Winnie Holzman tells CNN. “They said to me ‘What if you were to write a teenage girl that was really real and that

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