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NYC Prep

NYC Prep

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Watch NYC Prep Season 1

Six privileged teenagers navigate their education, relationships and reputations as part of the Manhattan social scene.
  • Top Half of One Percent

    Episode 1 - 44 mins
    Prep-school seniors hit New York's most exclusive spots.
  • Flip of the Hair

    Episode 2 - 44 mins
    Taylor must choose between Cole and Sebastian; Camille hosts a dinner party.
  • What Happens in Mexico...

    Episode 3 - 44 mins
    Jessie vacations in Florida, but cannot stop thinking about PC; PC parties in Cancun.
  • The Virgin Talk

    Episode 4 - 44 mins
    Taylor chooses between Cole and Sebastian; Camille hosts a dinner party.
  • The Overachievers

    Episode 5 - 44 mins
    Kelli works on her singing career; PC poses for the camera.
  • Guests of Guests

    Episode 6 - 44 mins
    The students attend Fashion Week events.
  • Ivy League of Their Own

    Episode 7 - 44 mins
    Camille visits Harvard; PC's constant partying worries Jessie.
  • Charitable to a Fault

    Episode 8 - 44 mins
    PC and Jessie say goodbye; Sebastian asks Kelli to sing at his charity event.

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