Not every show I watch has Emmy nominations and high budget actors. Sometimes I'm tempted to dive, contrary to my better sense, into the teen television category. Chances are I'm not alone and you too have found yourself watching a guilty pleasure on the CW network at some point in time. Let's face it, half the programming on that network is essentially 'adult' drama with younger, more attractive human beings. In fact it's that 'photo-shopped' picture of perfection the network tends to perpetuate that generally has me tuning out. I can only take so much B quality acting and topless 20 year-old men posing as 17 year-olds before any semblance of credibility is sucked from a series. However, reminiscing about my days in high school watching Smallville on the CW somehow suckered me into the promos for their latest series, The 100.
What Daughter Says: Sci-Fi meets young adult drama in this series that pushes my believability in actors more than the post-apocalyptic scenarios it presents.