I don’t know if it’s ihat it takes me back to my own teen years or just that it’s really heartwarming but Dawson's Creek has been a saving grace lately. The show, which chronicles the lives of a bunch of unusually good-looking teenagers, feels emblematic of a specific moment in time either side of the millennium. It wasn’t as edgy as Beverly Hills, 90210 or as niche as My So-Called Life, but it’s filled with love, innocence and a sense of adventure. And, hey, doesn't TV’s appeal rest on its ability to show existences wildly different from our own?
Anna Ben Yehuda