After the success of the dark The End of The fucking World, Netflix has unveiled the trailer for its latest teen comedy, Everything Sucks.

Set in 1996, the series takes place in (the real-life) town of Boring, Oregon. It follows a group of teens in the High School's A/V and Drama Clubs as they come together to make a movie about how terrible high school is.

The trailer only gives us a little hint of what's to come, but what we do see is giving us some serious '90s nostalgia.

Everything from the characters' clothing, the old-school TV, and the bubble text with captions like "when your favorite song skipped" and "when delete had to dry," highlight the insane differences between high school back in '96 and now.

Look out for Everything Sucks when all the episodes arrive on the streaming platform February 16.

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