19 Teen Dramas We Miss More and More Everyday

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We miss Chrismukkah.

We wish we could be set adrift again on Dawson's Creek.

We miss Chuck Bass.

Some might say that the following teen dramas ran their course on the small screen.

But we say we could use another dose of these memorable characters and their fascinating lives. Which series do you miss most from the ones listed below?

1. The OC

The OC
Every time we schmear a bagel, we miss Sandy offering advice to real son Seth and adopted son Ryan, along with the unique bond formed between these teenagers from opposite sides of the track. We do not miss Marissa, however.

2. One Tree Hill

One Tree Hill
There was angst. There was drama. There was romance. There was basketball. And there were MANY good looking people.

3. Beverly Hills 90210

Beverly Hills 90210
The first teen drama to really tackle issues such as sex, homophobia and whether or not Donna Martin should have graduated after getting drunk at the prom.

4. Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Thanks to Sarah Michelle Gellar's acting and Joss Whedon's writing, this show transcended the cheesy movie on which it was based.

5. My So-Called Life

My So-Called Life
Oh, Jordan Catalano. Will we ever get over you? This series introduced us to Claire Danes and Jared Leto.

6. Friday Night Lights

Friday Night Lights
We may cry just writing these sentences. No series better captured life as a high school student in a small town and no relationship was more tender and simply more real than that of Coach and Mrs. Coach.

7. Gilmore Girls

Gilmore Girls
Our favorite Girls and their quick, witty exchanges are actually coming back to Netflix for a quartet of new episodes. YES!

8. Veronica Mars

Veronica Mars
A long time ago, we used to be friends with this beloved drama. The movie was great, but nothing can top the dark/funny original series itself.

9. The Secret Life of the American Teenager

The Secret Life of the American Teenager
Shailene Woodley is likely glad she's been able to move on to a successful movie career. But this ABC Family drama managed to be both corny and sentimental.

10. The Lying Game

The Lying Game
Did it come out a few years too early? In this age of Twitter, it's hard to imagine the mysterious drama would not have fared better with folks talking about it instantly on social media.

11. Skins

NSFW ALERT! This British offering was all about sex. That's pretty much it.

12. Smallville

You can have your Henry Cavill. We'll take Tom Welling and Clark Kent's early years any day of the week... and twice on Sundays!

13. Freaks and Geeks

Freaks and Geeks
It introduced us to Judd Apatow... and Seth Rogen... and James Franco. Easily the best one season show in TV history.

14. Wizards of Waverly Place

Wizards of Waverly Place
We miss young Selena Gomez!

15. The Secret Circle

The Secret Circle
This witch-based drama deserved more than one season, although at least it led to Phoebe Tonkin being cast on The Vampire Diaries and then The Originals.

16. Greek

We're not sure how there weren't more shows made about life in a fraternity, but this one nailed every fun aspect of Greek life.

17. Red Band Society

Red Band Society
Yes, we're calling this a teenage drama. And we're also calling it a sentimental favorite that deserved more of a chance from Fox.

18. Dawson's Creek

Dawson's Creek
SPOILER ALERT... but we still cannot believe Joey ended up with Pacey.

19. Roswell

Young Katherine Heigl Alert! Forget Grey's Anatomy. We say this unique series, co-written by Jason Katims, was that star's best work.

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