So you're asking, "why should I watch a series about a bunch of teenage girls growing up in Northern Ireland in the 1990s who make their Catholic school nun's life a living hell?"
Given that premise, why not?
Set during a time of both political and social unrest in Derry, Northern Ireland, famously dubbed "The Troubles," Derry Girls is more honest about the real process of growing up than probably any other series around. The show holds nothing back, allowing Erin Quinn (Saoirse-Monica Jackson) and her best friends to be their full selves with zero shame for how absurd both themselves and the situations they get themselves into are. Her family also plays a major role in the series, with her father and grandfather riffing off each other in the most perfectly ridiculous ways.
And with the entire series holding a 99% on Rotten Tomatoes, the facts don't lie: this show is that good.