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Awkward: Season 2

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Editorial Reviews

"Awkward" is about the specific incidents in our formative years that define us, sometimes for the best and sometimes for the worst. The show centers around fifteen-year-old Jenna Hamilton, whose life changes when a simple accident becomes a misunderstanding of epic proportions that leads everyone to believe she tried to commit suicide. Season one concluded with Jenna choosing Jake over Matty and the stunning revelation that Jenna's mom wrote the carefrontation letter. Season two will pick up in the aftermath of these momentous events, exploring the theme of resolution as Jenna begins to examine her relationships with her family, friends, and the two guys she's torn between.

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Product Details

  • Actors: Ashley Rickards, Beau Mirchoff, Nikki DeLoach, Jillian Rose Reed, Brett Davern
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: MTV
  • DVD Release Date: October 16, 2012
  • Run Time: 344 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (485 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00919TITU
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #69,630 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Randal Greenwood on September 23, 2012
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My 24 year old daughter talked me into watching this show on MTV with her. I thought there was no way I would enjoy this show because I'm a 63 year old male and a grandfather. Just one episode of season two had me hooked. To my amazement the show sucked me right into the world created by the great writing and acting by this cast. The show is funny, cleverly written, with a slew of twists and turns that keeps me guessing and entertained. The episodes are only a half an hour long but they fly by leaving me eager to see what will happen next. It's become my guilty pleasure. I wish they were an hour long!
The show brings back all those anxieties, crushes, what ifs, and pitfalls many of us have experienced in high school. Yet keeps you entertained and laughing through every twist and turn. It makes me wish I could go back and live those high school and college years again. Give this show a try and you'll be glad you did.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Book girl Eva on October 5, 2012
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I love this show. When It first came out, I was not interested, but ended up watching an episode that came on in the middle of the day. I couldn't believe how funny it was. Here is a show that can be appreciated by everyone. Some one my age (31) who can look back on my high school years and be thankful they are over, while finding humor in the situation. Anyone my age probably had a mean girl like Sadie who would say something hateful to people (but at least she says Your Welcome after) and made you hate her and think that she was a bad person. On the show you see that while Sadie says terrible things, she is very human and you end up relating to the mean girl. Some one high school age can relate the characters and experiences that they may be having right now. They should be able to see the humor in the situation and maybe feel not so alone. Is the show over the top, yes, and some much better for it. All of the characters are very different from each other but compliment each other well. I love following Jenna on her journey through the mess that is high school and hope to have more
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By ann wieczorek on August 4, 2013
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This show becomes adicitive to watch. Sometimes it is makes you laugh and others you want to scream. The actors do a very good job keeping you wanting to help with their problems. Great acting! Good laughs.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 3, 2013
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I thought I'd give this show a try, but then wanted more, more, more! So genuinely sweet and hilarious. I couldn't get enough! I watched every show, every season. I feel a little awkward admitting it!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Michael Cast on February 17, 2015
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Some people say, "enjoy high school! It's the best years of your life!".....yeah, rrrrrigght....It was my wife's turn to pick the series for our next binge...she picked, awkward. I thought, oh jeez, here we go this is going to really ...er...not be good. Weeeeelll, I must admit by the end of season one I was charmed. This is a really funny little 'blog-ish' type take on the dramathon that is high school for most hormonal young people. Now that I am older (how old? None of your bizz) I just realized that I would rather jump off a bridge than relive my youth! So there is that. No more mooning over the good ol' days for me. But I am halfway through season three and I gotta say, this show CRACKS ME UP! The girl that plays Jenna is a master of the subtle facial expressions that go along while you listen to her inner monologue. Little Meng is adorable in the little hats and her 'more round eye than Asian' complex. But I guess my favorite is Tamara; the girl is an absolute hoot! This is just between me, you, and the other reviewers, don't tell my wife that I'm actually having a ball watching these teens struggle through growing up; the wonder, the energy they have is amazing to see. My own kids are grown and getting their own life going. So high school is behind us all in my family...thank God!! ...Oh dang, grandkids. I'd forgotten about that. Oh well, I guess you can never escape the drama that comes with being a high schooler. It never really goes away, your either living it or living it by proxy. E gads...where's the closest bridge. Seriously, watch this show on your next marathon movie night. It's honestly, delightfully, funny.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By asembl_adam on January 22, 2014
I went to a high school with over 4,000 students. Although there were some cliques, we didn't have 'jocks,' we didn't have 'nerds', nor was I even part of any particular group for too long. I played the stereotypical role of a traditional teenage male - a fight or two here, a position on the student gov't, and overall good grades. With the exception of the theater program, my life was boring. Not that I didn't do anything fun - it's just that I didn't do anything exciting, I didn't do anything I wanted. I was afraid to take risks and be vulnerable. I regret that. I tried things that 'someone in my position' would try, not the things I truly wanted to be exploring.

I didn't have a passionate relationship (not even a moderately passionate one) - simply because I was stuck with the idea of 'who would want me.' I didn't give myself a chance. I didn't have many close friends (I had a ton of "friends" - who I haven't heard from since graduation) - simply because I was afraid to open up, thinking they would laugh (or worse, not care) about what I felt. I regret that.

Watching this show bring back all those memories, and although I cannot go back in time and re-live (emphasis on the live) my teenage years, I can take it as a learning experience and enjoy each day from now on.

A piece of advice for anyone in high school, or those who are living in some sort of closet of their own: open up. Putting on a mask for others might make them like the mask, but it can never make them (or you) like you. The person behind the mask (i.e. you) is much more unique, much more creative, with deeper feelings and stronger emotions. The person behind the mask is just that...a person. One who is allowed to love, allowed to cry, allowed to hate, allow to be down and allowed to feel high.
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