Genera+ion to Release on 11 March: Fans Gush over Justice Smith’s New Look

Moving away from the generic society, Zelda and Daniel Barnz, the creators of Genera+ion have put light upon the customary lives of kids who are exploring their sexuality. After the trailer dropped, the audience compared and criticized it with the 2019 released drama Euphoria.

Although the story and concepts are much different from it. The show is itself directed and written by 19-year-old Zelda Barnz along with her dad Daniel Barnz. It will release on March 11, on HBO Max. It is an American teen dramedy.


Highlighting on the cast, the story moves around a bunch of high schoolers, who are confused about their orientations and explore their sexuality in the present world. This tests their profoundly settled convictions almost life, cherish, nature of family and preservationist community.


Genera+ion to Release on 11 March: Fans Gush over Justice Smith's New Look

  • Martha Plimpton as Megan
  • Justice Smith as Chester
  • Chloe East as Naomi
  • Michael Johnston as Ollie
  • Nava Mau as Ana
  • Haley Sanchez as Greta
  • Uly Schlesinger as Nathan
  • Nathanya Alexander as Arianna
  • Lukita Maxwell as Delilah
  • Chase Sui Wonders as Riley
  • Nathan Stewart-Jarrett as Sam

Justice Smith In New Avatar

Genera+ion to Release on 11 March: Fans Gush over Justice Smith's New Look

After coming out as a queer publically during Black Lives Movement, Smith is ecstatic to play the role of Chester. Chester, a fashion-forward and transparently eccentric high schooler who finds himself at chances with the conservative-minded grown-ups around him. Justice has done “justice” to his role. Fans admired and appreciated his look in Genera+ion.

Smith even talked about the show saying, “These are all very different stories, but it’s just we’re in a new zeitgeist now where we’re accurately depicting what adolescent life is like. I’m also grateful for HBO Max to be this platform to say, here are these three different shows, very different shows, that all accurately depict what adolescent life is like. I think shows about teenagers have been made into a genre, and we are kind of ripping that genre open.”

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