So, you love Mean Girls, but you’re ready to branch out a little with some shows like Mean Girls. You’re in luck. Mean Girls may be one of the greatest films about teen angst, but it’s not the only one. So “get in, loser, we’re going shopping” for some Mean Girls recommendations.
When it comes to other TV shows like Mean Girls, few can compare to Gossip Girl. Blair Waldorf and her Minions would’ve fit in so perfectly at North Shore High School. Can you imagine the epic battles between Blair and Regina George? Other Mean Girls similar TV shows include Pretty Little Liars, The O.C., Riverdale (somewhat), and Feud: Bette and Joan (the original mean girls).
As far as movies like Mean Girls, you can choose from a ton of offerings. Heathers and Clueless are some of the best movies to watch after Mean Girls, along with Easy A, Election, Pretty in Pink and Teaching Mrs. Tingle (though those ladies go way too far with their meanness). Other Mean Girls similar movies include Bring It On, Pitch Perfect, The Duff, and of course, Legally Blonde. Who hasn’t thought that Elle Woods is a grown up, more mature version of Regina?
Enjoy this list of what to watch after Mean Girls and vote for all your favorites on this list, which is so fetch!
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