Disney has announced details on a brand new documentary series from FX called “Social Studies”, which delves into the lives of the first generation raised on social media.

Filmed in Los Angeles over a school year, this groundbreaking social experiment features a diverse group of LA teens who open up their lives and phones to offer an intimate glimpse into how social media has reshaped childhood. From battling bullying, grappling with beauty standards, coping with racism, exploring sexuality, navigating the pressures of constant comparison, and making life-altering decisions, their compelling and relatable experiences take us on a raw, visceral and urgent journey through the challenges of growing up in the digital age.

This series has been created by Emmy-winning filmmaker/photographer Lauren Greenfield, who has previously worked on “THIN” and “The Queen of Versailles”. Executive producers include Frank Evers, Wallis Annenberg, Andrea Van Beuren, Regina K. Scully, and Caryn Capotosto.

The new series will consist of five episodes and will premiere with two episodes on Friday, 27th September 2024, at 10 p.m. ET/PT on the FX channel.  All five episodes will be released on Hulu and Hulu On Disney+ the following day on Saturday, 28th September 2024.  The show will also be available on Disney+ internationally in select territories at a later date.

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