So this would be the dark, British version of 'Atypical' : Focus is still on ill-functioning teenagers.
Here, though, the therapists and protective siblings have been replaced with deficient parents, sadism, social realism, sex, violence and loneliness.
The cosy family surroundings of 'Atypical' has become two misfits' blood-spattered roadtrip.
That may not sound like a whole lot of fun, and of course it wasn't.
Yet as it managed to avoid miserabilism and remained relatable, I still found it very enjoyable. And : 20-minute episodes! And : Bechel-test passed!
In short : Surprisingly good.