If you love the movie The DUFF, you’re sure to enjoy the movies and TV shows on this list. They're perfect recommendations for any movie night or lazy Saturday morning.
It’s a question you’ve probably asked yourself many times: what to watch after The DUFF? If you’re looking for teen-centric movies, there are plenty of choices. Some of them, like Mean Girls and Easy A, are obviously DUFF-ish films. Then there are the general teen movie classics, like The To Do List, The Edge of Seventeen, and Clueless. Some, like Paper Towns, The Perks of Being a Wallflower and The Spectacular Now, were books before they were adapted for the big screen (as was The DUFF).
For those looking for TV shows like The DUFF, consider teen dramas and dramedies like Awkward., The Carrie Diaries, and Gossip Girl – the Mean Girls of the TV world without a doubt. You’ll also find The DUFF star Mae Whitman’s Parenthood on this list of The DUFF similar shows.
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