This television series drama centers around the attempts of two high school students, Sam and Peter, who do their best in order to solve the mysterious crimes and mess that took place in the school, as they investigate on the damage of 30 cars of professors that done by a high school student, and the school accuses Dylan Maxwell in the case.
Moments like Peter and Sam having an honest conversation with a fellow 16-year-old kid about the exhaustion of being judged, and living up to pre-conceived, unrealistic standards, are when the show finds its moments of brilliance.
There's still that delightfully juvenile hook...but there's an attempt at leveling-up that I find admirable. The drawback, again, is that it loses some of that rascal-y playfulness it had the first time around.
Emotionally and sociologically, it's a much more complex story, with a lot of insightful and empathetic things to say about a generation of kids who have grown up with social media as part of their lives.