SKAM (season 3)

Created by Julie Andem


Keywords: Sexual orientation, coming out, romantic relationships, mental health

For: youth

Trigger warnings: homophobia


When a new student named Even arrives at school, Isak questions his sexual orientation. The season is centred on accepting his homosexuality and his relationship problems with Even.


Review :

This review contains spoilers

Season 3 of SKAM France is a beautiful representation of the difficulties a young boy can face when he discovers his homosexuality. This season shows the pain that can bring internalized homophobia. Other sexual orientation realities are also shown through other queer characters in this show, it offers a more complete representation. The strength of this show is the challenges that Even experiences with his bipolarity and how the young couple navigates through their relationship and its difficulties.