Nas arrives and we go inside. Ten boys in a small living room, making a racket, eating biscuits, drinking juice, controllers in hand, battering each other to bits in a video wrestling game. What is a typical teenage boy like? In a way, it's a daft question — there is no typical. It's 30 years since I was their age.
Teen spirit: the secret life of Britain's teenage boys
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That's standard, for a year-old boy. That's what I always tell parents. It's a cramped place, yet there's nothing much in it. Except for a few rumpled — but clean — items of clothing sagging out of shelving units, there's a noticeable absence of chaos. Which makes this a disappointing scene, from my point of view.
The series received mixed to somewhat negative reviews from critics when it began broadcasting, but was nonetheless generally well received among female and teenage viewers. The pilot episode broke the record for the highest rated debut on ABC Family with 2. The season one finale brought in 4. Premiering with mixed to somewhat positive reviews from critics, and mostly well received among viewers, the second season of Secret Life opened with the largest audience for the series, posting a series high in total viewers with 4.