The “Atypical” series tells the story of Sam (Keir Gilchrist), a 19-year-old boy with autism who decides to live without his parents’ overprotection.
The Netflix series “Atypical” tells the story of Sam (Keir Gilchrist), a 19-year-old with autism who decides to become independent. He will begin a path of self-discovery, while his family will try to help him without getting so involved.
Here are five reasons that make it one of the best Netflix series:
GIVE FRIENDSHIP LESSONS
From the first season, we see how Sam (Keir Gilchrist) and Zahid (Nik Dodani) have a strong friendship. Both will have to face each one in their own way new challenges after leaving schools such as entering the university, the relationship with their girlfriends and the changes of growing up. But this is not the only solid friendship of fiction, Sam creates solid bonds with several characters, and demonstrates once again that a person with the autistic spectrum can be “different” in some aspects, but should not be treated as a distinct being. to others. They’re one of the great riches of the series.
GIVE LIFE LESSONS
Lessons for all ages and for all circumstances. The third season of the Netflix series has enhanced its positive messages to the audience. It is one of those light programs that you can watch in the marathon and that when finished will make you feel happy. Undoubtedly, one of the best things this fiction has is that it leaves you with life teachings, although its main function is to entertain you.
THE FAMILY IS ALWAYS
The third season of “Atypical” will make you want to hug your mother or brother. The ten episodes of Netflix fiction show that how a mother cares about the welfare of her children, and how siblings are your first allies when you have a problem, even if you spend 60% of your time fighting with them. This fiction could be the story of any family anywhere in the world, with its ups and downs, but always united.
Adolescence is full of changes and drama. In the third season, Casey (Brigette Lundy-Paine) Sam’s younger sister will have to decide between Evan’s relationship (Graham Rogers) and the fact that she is developing feelings for Izzie (Fivel Stewart), her best friend. The youth drama will make more than one remember their first crushes, and how much they helped us mature.
For their part, Sam’s parents will try to get along better and fix their problems. There will be a lot of drama, but of the good, of those who make you forget your problems for a moment and put yourself in the shoes of others.
THE UNIVERSITY IS DIFFICULT
The scenes that may cause many to identify with the protagonist of the series are those in which he is challenging himself in college. Unlike many paints the university as the best stage of life, this process can be very hard for young people who have just left school, who are accustomed to a completely different methodology, and in which they must be completely independent. Everyone, at some point, has been Sam trying to discover how we balance passing our eight courses and our social life.