What is Chicken Girls? Chances are, if you’re a teen or tween on social media, you’ve heard of this popular YouTube series. Starring social media celebrities Annie LeBlanc and Hayden Summerall, Chicken Girls is an typical teenage story of friendship, crushes, and drama.
With its short-form episodes, catchy original songs, and star-studded cast, any teen or tween is sure to love this show. If you haven’t seen the first season, today’s the day to start.
Why watch Chicken Girls? Here are five reasons to dive into the series today.
Reason 1: The Cast is Full of Social Media Stars
On Chicken Girls, you can see all your favorite social media celebs act as everyday high schoolers and their families at the fictional Attaway High. Watch the episodes over and over and try to spot your favorites!
When you’ve had enough Attaway for the day, check out the Behind the Scenes videos to see Annie, Hayley, and the gang in action.
Reason 2: The Music is Catchy and Cool
In the first season, Chicken Girls started to feature original music from its cast members. The songs are catchy and the lyrics are super relatable, which makes the songs perfect within the show and for jamming on their own.
Reason 3: The Drama is Realistic and Relatable
Have you ever felt like your best friends were leaving you behind? Have you ever had a secret crush, but were too scared to speak up? Have you ever wanted to pursue two dreams at once, but didn’t want to let anyone down?
Watch to see the relatable ups and downs of high school friendships, relationships, and even dance team drama.
Reason 4: The Episodes are Quick and Easy to Watch
Warning: You may end up binge-watching the entire first season in one day.
Reason 5: It’s Tween-Appropriate and Empowering
Families can watch together and root for….
- T.K. (Summerall) to side with his longtime friend Flash (Holland) over cool-kid Ace (Lueders).
- Chicken Girls Rhyme (Annie LeBlanc), Ellie (Butler), Quinn (Riley Lewis), and new girl Kayla (Dylan Conrique) to reunite as a #girlgang.
- The Attaway High dance team, led by Birdie (Mads Lewis) to beat their rival team Power Surge.
Overall, Brat is committed to creating new forms of entertainment with shows like Chicken Girls. These shows are sure to change the landscape of YouTube and television as teens and tweens get used to seeing their favorite celebrities on the small screen.
Note: Everly Mag is not affiliated with Brat or Chicken Girls
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