The US Version of the Inbetweeners debuts in America on Monday, 20th August on MTV.

Below is a sneak peek which British fans will recognise:

Most people will remember that MTV unsuccessfully launched Skins amid outcry and controversy with the Parents Television Council, who claimed that the show breached child pornography laws.

Will this relaunch stand a better chance in America? Has this sneak peek got you excited?

Let us know your views below.

Published by Mark Brassington

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4 Comments

  1. I think it looks pretty poor to be honest…it seems to have lost a lot of its humour as a consequence of being ‘sanitised’ for the American market, and it just reminded me of a sub-par version of American Pie.

    1. I actually quite like the US version of Being Human, I have found the British one poorly made and difficult to follow. I do intend to make myself watch it though as its the British one, I just keep finding other things to do.
      However most US remakes are terrible – Skins, Life on Mars….

  2. I’ve purposefully avoided watching the US version of Being Human because I expect it to be another one that loses something in translation.

    I don’t think it’s just US remakes that are bad – remakes as a general concept just seem to be a bit pointless IMO. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it! Although having said that, I actually prefer the US version of The Office to the UK version…

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