Genera+ion, while flawed, more than makes up for its low points by featuring queer people of color who bring a wealth of diverse stories.
Browsing: Genera+ion: Season 1
All hell breaks loose at Riley’s party in the season finale, and we end things with far more drama than happy endings.
The episode hones in on a party Megan throws for the kids, with the focus on Chester, Mark, and, once again, Riley.
It’s a complete Riley-focused episode, and while she is going through a lot, it’s probably one of the most enjoyable episodes in a while.
Everything is focused on one gay club where we watch recently built relationships begin to crumble.
The Cooper dilemma is handled, but despite the compromise made, someone still loses out in the long run.
This episode is heavily focused on Riley, Greta, and Greta’s family this episode, and that’s why it is damn near perfect.
While everyone struggles with romance, some encouragement goes a long way and gives most a day/night to remember.
In Genera+ion’s return, some time has passed, thus allowing for the potential of reconciliation for many – but maybe not Sam.
Genera+ion might represent the next generation of youth dramas which contain a whole new slew of problems, but they all boil down to the same you’re used to.