So you’ve finished Atypical… now what? If you’re looking for your next favorite series, say hello to fifteen shows that fans of Atypical in TV Time also enjoy. Scroll below, and let the bingeing begin!
15. My Mad Fat Diary
After spending time in a psychiatric hospital, 16-year-old Rae Earl begins to reconnect with her best friend – who is unaware of Rae’s mental health issues.
Follow three-generations of one Cuban-American family living in the same house.
The anthology series follows diverse Chicagoans fumbling through the modern maze of love, sex, technology, and culture.
Based on the Tales of the City novels by Armistead Maupin, the series focuses on a middle-aged Mary Ann who returns to San Francisco and reunites with the friends she left behind.
11. On My Block
The coming-of-age comedy follows four street-savvy friends attending an inner city high school in Los Angeles.
10. Derry Girls
Five high school students square off with the universal challenges of being a teenager in 1990s Northern Ireland.
The romantic dramedy provides a down-to-earth look at dating, exploring male and female perspectives on relationships through the messy characters of Mickey and Gus.
A group of black students navigate various forms of discrimination at a predominantly white Ivy League college.
Follow the new generation of students from Degrassi Community School as they tackle issues such as racism, homophobia, mental illness, and religion.
6. Chewing Gum
Tracey Gordon, a religious virgin, is ready to reach her full potential — and the first step is having sex.
A grieving teen finds an unexpected connection with two classmates in a shoplifters anonymous group.
Twenty-something Josh goes through major life changes (realizing that he is gay, and moving back home to care for his mother) as he navigates his first decade of adulthood.
After finding out he has an STD, Dylan relives his former encounters as he gets back in touch with every girl he has ever slept with.
The semi-autobiographical series follows a young gay man with cerebral palsey who branches out in hopes of finally going after the life he wants.
1. Feel Good
A stand-up comedian and recovering addict navigates a messy new relationship while dealing with the challenges of sobriety.