Awkward. (2011–2016)

TV Series   |  TV-14   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Romance

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An unpopular 15-year-old gains immediate, yet unwanted, popularity at her high school when the student body mistakes an accident she has for a suicide attempt.

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  • Jillian Rose Reed and Justin Prentice in Awkward. (2011)
  • Ashley Rickards in Awkward. (2011)
  • Jillian Rose Reed in Awkward. (2011)
  • Molly Tarlov in Awkward. (2011)
  • Monty Geer and Niko Pepaj in Awkward. (2011)
  • Molly Tarlov in Awkward. (2011)

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Lauren Iungerich

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16 August 2016 | rougeurs
| started really interesting but turned into "who am I loving & dating today" mess
First season was good and I got impression that this was going to be something original & interesting. Sadly after 2nd season I started to dislike the heroine and it seemed like she was an emotional mess with questionable moral standards. Other characters stayed rather true to themselves but I didn't know where the heck the Jenna Hamilton character was going. She was all over the place and changed her mind about loving someone almost daily. A good portion of the series Jenna was twitching her face all the time while thinking her relationship with Matty. In the beginning it had seemed cute but started to annoy a lot when the supposed strong leading female character was insecure as hell. Someone should have counted how many times Jenna & Matty fell of the wagon & back to loving each other throughout the series. It was ridiculous and ruined seasons 3, 4 and 5 completely and even in the end there was not a happy ending. I was left wondering if this character goes through her life questioning everything. Never settling and never actually having a meaningful long relationship. And she was supposed to be the smart one of the group. Maybe the writers tried to create sex and the city for teens. Or maybe Jenna was what writers want to be or are. It definitely wasn't what viewers want to see & what would be smart to write. So this series goes to the bin with other "too many seasons with nothing to tell" and "cant write a decent ending even if my life depended on it". I liked, with serious intention not to, Jenna's friends Tamara, Lissa, Sadie and Jake, Valerie, Ally & Sergio most. Especially Sadie, Valerie & Ally were great characters.

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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