So, in SKAM we have:
Chris Berg- a beautiful, charming girl and a best friend anyone could ask for who is labeled as the funny fat friend for 4 seasons and always kept in the background plus we never get to learn very much about her. Basically only around to make others feel good about themselves.
Vilde Lien- a girl who is quite obviously painted as a lesbian for seasons but later forced into a relationship with her LGBT arc seemingly still continuing but never followed through. Instead, she is portrayed as a foolish air-head who only cares about being popular although we know for a fact that simply isn’t true.
Sana Bakkoush- a Muslim girl in a faithless country who is mistreated and misrepresented throughout pretty much her whole season, is constantly used as a plot device and doesn’t even get a truly happy ending with her love interest. (Doesn’t even get her 10 episodes)
Noora Saetre- a strong, opinionated girl who is forced into a toxic relationship and made to look needy, sad and pathetic when she isn’t with her love interest, momentarily overcomes her sad relationship only to be forced back into it as the opportunity arises.
Eva Kviig Mohn- a brave, kind girl who leaves her toxic boyfriend and finds herself and new friends only for her AMAZING character and character development to be completely discarded in later seasons and then randomly shoved back into the same relationship she left behind seasons ago in the last minute with almost no explanation whatsoever.
In conclusion, SKAM really loves its strong female characters.
PS: (edit) SKAM also did many things right and please don’t think for a second that I don’t love these characters. But sometimes I just see these ugly stereotypes peeking through to the facade and I felt I needed to say this because the trainwreck of Season 4 is over and from now on I’ll be focusing on the positive.