Judy Berman

TIME Magazine

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TV critic for TIME Magazine.

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A new controversial HBO series called "Euphoria" premiered this weekend, and it follows a troubled high school student just out of rehab.

Why are there so many bleak teen dramas on TV?

A new controversial HBO series called "Euphoria" premiered this weekend, and it follows a troubled high school student just out of rehab.

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