A hilarious and honest look at teenage life in the mids through the eyes of funny, music-mad, year-old Rae. Recently discharged from a psychiatric ward she's desperate to be like everyone else. Starring Killing Eve's Jodie Comer. Every season. ML year-old Rae returns to the real world after spending four months in a psychiatric hospital.
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In the opening episode, Rae is discharged from psychiatric hospital. Back in the real world, all she wants is to be a normal teenager, but when you're secretly mad it's not that simple. Rae is determined to catch up with the rest of the gang in terms of her sexual experience, but worries her weight will stop her from getting a boyfriend. Then one of the boys in the gang asks her out. Rae and Chloe's friendship becomes difficult when Rae discovers who Chloe is secretly dating. Things start to get rocky and Rae finds herself drawn back to her old patterns of destructive behaviour. Rae is falling in love but doesn't know whether to admit it to the object of her desires. And Kester pushes Rae to examine what triggered her self-harming.
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The second series started on 19 February and ended on 31 March , with each episode posted on 4oD a week prior to the television release. In November , it was announced that a final three-episode third series would be made, set in After three series and sixteen episodes, My Mad Fat Diary broadcast its final episode on 6 July Set in Stamford, Lincolnshire in the mids, My Mad Fat Diary follows the story of year-old, 16 stone kg lb girl, Rae Earl, who has just left a psychiatric hospital , where she has spent four months. Rae attempts to keep this information from her while also trying to impress Chloe's friends Finn, Archie, Izzy and Chop. Throughout its run, My Mad Fat Diary received critical acclaim, particularly for its accurate and honest portrayal of mental illness and Sharon Rooney's performance. The Guardian ' s Sam Wollaston called it a "lovely drama — honest and painful, real, and very funny," going on to say "Sharon Rooney's performance in the lead is natural, effortless and utterly believable; she should win something for it. The show also received praise for its honest portrayal of mental health.