The Sex Lives Of College Girls Serie
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The series follows the lives of four 18-year-old freshmen roommates at the fictional Essex College in Vermont, covering their sexually active lifestyle as they deal with the struggles and hardships of college and adulthood.
Pauline Chalamet, Reneé Rapp, Amrit Kaur and Alyah Chanelle Scott star in the HBO Max series, playing college roommates Kimberly, Leighton, Bela and Whitney, respectively. The Sex Lives of College Girls, which premiered its 10-episode season 1 in November 2021, was co-created by Mindy Kaling and Justin Noble.
The dramedy series filmed in the Town of Poughkeepsie for roughly three weeks last year. The first season featured aerial and exterior shots of the campus and surrounding areas, as well as outdoor scenes filmed with most of the show's cast. Signage and props for Essex College, a fictitious New England liberal arts school, replaced those for Vassar, to the delight of local residents and college staff members, some of whom worked as extras.
Although many people have not experienced the same gendered problems the girls did throughout the season, everyone who has been to college can peer into the lives of each of the characters and find a bit of themselves and laugh at their mistakes.
One of the of most exciting projects HBO Max announced prior to launch was The Sex Lives of College Girls (originally just titled "College Girls"), a half-hour comedy from the brilliant mind of The Mindy Project's Mindy Kaling about "four roommates randomly assigned to a dorm at Essex College, a prestigious New England university." Now, almost a full year after first greenlighting the 13-episode half-hour, single-camera comedy, HBO Max has announced its exciting cast, which includes Amrit Kaur, Reneé Rapp, and Alyah Chanelle Scott, with none other than Pauline Chalamet leading the ensemble. Together, these four "sexually active college girls" are a "bundle of contradictions and hormones" while being "equal parts lovable and infuriating."
Whoever said that you need four years of college to truly find yourself hasn't spent enough time with "The Sex Lives of College Girls." The HBO Max series from Mindy Kaling and Justin Noble only needed 10 episodes to get comfortable with its identity and by its sophomore year, knows itself better than most college graduates. The return to Essex University may mark a new set of problems for suitemates Whitney (Alyah Chanelle Scott), Leighton (Renée Rapp), Bela (Amrit Kaur), and Kimberly (Pauline Chalamet) but no such turmoil is plaguing the series as a whole. Instead, it has settled neatly into its rhythms, embraced its characters, and found a nice balance between its subversive nature and lighthearted comedy.
The real draw of "Sex Live" has always been watching these personalities interact and the series certainly doesn't disappoint. While we certainly watch the girls grow as the season progresses, some things have a way of staying the same: we can always count on Bela to spice things up as the resident horndog, Kimberly to make any given conversation as awkward as humanly possible, Whitney to spiral out after hours of overthinking, and Leighton to handle her interpersonal relationships so poorly that it hurts to watch. But where would we be if those things weren't still true
The magic of "Sex Lives" is that it's both familiar and refreshing. At one point, I found myself astonished and wondering, "did this teen comedy just settle a relationship issue with a mature conversation" And it did! Don't get me wrong, that relationship continues its painful spiral downwards, but not in the sitcom-y sort of way where an increasingly ridiculous series of events escalate things to a breaking point. Mistakes buildup over time. The girls let communication failures and insecurity get the best of them. Andy yes, ridiculously specific scenarios do occur, but all of that drama is rooted in very human emotions. 59ce067264