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Awkward EPs Preview Jenna/Matty's Post-Finale Future, Possible Season 6

Can we talk about the final seven words of Mondays Awkward finale? Just when it seemed like Jenna and Matty had finally reached their unreachable happily-ever-after she drove him up to college and they decided to remain a couple Jenna wrapped the hour-long episode with this fan-displeasing bombshell: Of course, thats not quite []

Awkward Stars Jillian Rose Reed & Brett Davern Talk Senior Year & Beyond Exclusive (VIDEO)

Its senior year on Awkward, so you might be getting nostalgic and teary-eyed about graduation looming for our favorite crew, but theres plenty of fun left to be had.   Read More...

Awkward Prom Drama: Monty Geer Previews Cole and Theo's First Fight

For as long as Awkwards Flotsam and Jetsam Theo and Cole have roamed the halls ofPalos Hills High, the anything-but-basic duo has managed to stayout of the drama until now. Mondays episode (MTV, 9/8c) presents a divide between Cole and Theo for the first time, Monty Geer tells TVLine. Its our first fight ever! []

Awkward Stars Jillian Rose Reed & Brett Davern Discuss Jakaras Future Exclusive (VIDEO)

One of the defining relationships on Awkward was Jakara the one between Jake Rosati and Tamara Kaplan. But does this beloved couple stand a chance of getting back together?   Read More...

Awkward Season 5 Sneak Peek: Jenna Has a Strange Encounter With Jake Exclusive (VIDEO)

It probably goes without saying, but sometimes things get a little awkward on Awkward .  Read More...

Awkward Sneak Peek: Will Jake and Matty's Feud Ruin Tamara's Big Night?

Its appropriate that Tamara is serving deviled eggs at her engagement party on Mondays Awkward (MTV, 9/8c), because just like her impending marriage to Adam this shindig is guaran-damn-teed to go down in flames. TVLine has an exclusive first look at the uncomfortable festivities, which take an immediate nosedive when Jake arrives less than a []

Awkward Interview: Monty Geer Teases the Final Season, Cole's Relationship Status

Awkward might be coming to an end, but it sure looks set to go out with a bang. Yes, there are still 24 episodes left, but we couldn't resist the opportunity to speak to Monty Geer, who plays Cole. The actor gave us several teases about what's to come and also spoke about what it was like to say goodbye to one of the funniest shows on TV.   Read More...

The Most Important Shows on TV: Week of August 31, 2015

Which TV series will your friends (and the entire internet) be talking about this week? Stay informed—or at least be able to fake it—with SideReel's weekly guide to The Most Important Shows on TV.   Awkward. (Season Premiere) Monday at 9:00pm on MTV Why: Because Jenna's getting school canceled! You hate school! Just kidding; my roommate's a teacher, so I can't say that. Anyway, yes, Jenna will play a prank and get school canceled and become super popular — which is weird, because she's AWKWARD, right? Like the title of the show. Prepare to talk about: How awkward you are/were in high school; whether pranks are ever as cool as they are on TV; how you're supposed to be in school to LEARN, not play pranks.     Big Blue Live (Special Event) Mon., Tues., and Wed. at 8:00pm on PBS Why: I'll level with you: there isn't much on this week! We're in the TV season doldrums where the good summer stuff is over and the new fall shows haven't yet started and everything (television, life) just SUCKS. Normally, this glorified live camera feed of sea animals off the Pacific coast would not make this list, but hey, sea otters and sea lions are cute, and whales are definitely a thing and so whatever! Animals are great. Prepare to talk about: Your favorite west coast marine mammal (if it's not the sea lion, I just can't even with you); your favorite marine non-mammal (sharks, this is one of your many moments to shine); how you really wanted to be a veterinarian when you grew up, but you're almost certainly not one.   Difficult People Wednesday at 12:00am on Hulu Why: Again, in a normal week, this wouldn't make the list, however, be glad this isn't a normal week, because this show is terrific, and it just got picked up for a second season. It's like if the lesson you learned from Curb Your Enthusiasm was that Larry David isn't unlikeable enough . Also, it stars Julie Klausner (love her) and Billy Eichner (love him) as people who are known for being mean to celebrities on the internet (love relatability). Please binge watch this show! Prepare to talk about: How different you think Julie and Billy's characters are from their real life personalities; whether you'd have made that Blue Ivy joke; how badly you want to be friends with Julie and Billy IRL.     Leah E. Friedman  is the editor of You can follow her musings on  Twitter . p { text-align: justify; }

Awkward's Beau Mirchoff and Brett Davern Prove Their Bromance Is Just the Best

  When it comes to bromances, Awkward stars BeauMirchoff and Brett Davern 's is just the cutest. During a visit to the MTV show's set, we had the guys play a round of "What's Shakin'?" during which they revealed that even when the show ends, they hope to hit the road together - as partners on The Amazing ...   Read More...

'Awkward' Showrunners: Season 5 May Not Be the MTV Comedy's Last

Co-showrunner Mike Chessler tells THR that there is resolution at the end of season 5B but it also "opens a lot of doors."   Read More...