Greer Grammer — AWKWARD.’s Christ-centric cheer captain Lissa — talks life, LIFE PARTNERS, AWKWARD., and long-term goals.
Five facts you may not know about Greer Grammer, a.k.a. AWKWARD’s wildly funny, Jesus-loving cheer captain Lissa.
Nicholas McCarthy received acclaim in recent years for his short turned feature film, The Pact. After a successful first feature, McCarthy is back this year with horror film and SXSW Midnighter Home. The film has been getting praise from horror film fans at SXSW and sites like FEARNet. Home has a
Nicholas McCarthy’s horror film HOME makes it’s debut at SXSW 2014 & stars Catalina Sandino Moreno, Ashley Rickards & Naya Rivera.
Chris Colfer is not a man who wastes time resting on his laurels. In the past four years, we’ve seen him sing and dance on ‘Glee,’ win a Golden Globe® and two Teen Choice Awards, and become a #1 New York Times Bestselling Author thanks to his young adult novel, ‘The Land of Stories.’
Now, I can admit that there was a lot to like about “The Other Shoe,” but I was so frustrated by the season finale that I was seriously close to giving up on Awkward. once and for all. At the end of “Once Upon a Blog,” it seemed like Jenna had finally
I really should have thought it over before I decided to recap Awkward. because now that Glee‘s back, Thursday night was jam packed with high school angst and melodrama. Thankfully, this week’s episode was by far my favorite because it felt like it was written with me in mind. Now that Jenna’s love
After a few adequate to mediocre episodes, Season 2 of Awkward. delivered one of the best outings of the show’s short existence with “Pick, Me, Choose Me, Love Me.” Last week, Jenna made her private blog public as a way to help Jake understand what was going on between her and Matty, but her
Over the course of Awkward.‘s second season, I’ve written about how I haven’t been opposed to the love triangle that exists between Jenna and her two beaus, but I think I’m starting to reach my limit because I found myself getting very frustrated while watching “Homewrecker Hamilton.” Jenna had to find
The majority of the time spent during “Time After Time” focused on the fallout of last week’s revelation that Jenna was Matty’s first, and the rest was wasted on mostly unfunny wedding shenanigans. To say that I was torn after watching this episode would be an understatement. Now that Jake knew
When I found out that this week’s Awkward. was going to focus on Aunt Ally’s wedding and an old flame of Lacey’s, I immediately assumed that I was going to hate the episode. Oddly enough, I only mildly disliked it because “Another One Bites the Dust” did have some elements
Last week, I wrote about how I’ve come to the conclusion that Awkward. is just not my kind of show, and that didn’t really change after I watched “What Comes First: Sex or Love?,” but I did like this episode more than the previous one. Jenna was feeling guilty after
Coming back to MTV’s Awkward. after sitting out the last couple of weeks made me realize two things: 1.) I didn’t miss it at all and 2.) this show’s really not for me. Maybe I would’ve liked “My Love Is a Black Heart” more if I had been totally caught
On a fundamental level, I should have been offended by “Sex, Lies and the Sanctuary,” but I have to admit that it was a pretty decent episode once I looked past the run-of-the mill Asian stereotypes. Before we dive into racial insensitivity, let’s go ahead and get the plot out
Before we get to the recap of “Resolutions,” I need to make a confession: I have a love/hate relationship with MTV’s Awkward. On one hand, I appreciated how it was able to navigate such well-worn high school tropes without feeling stale during Season 1. On the other, it’s hard to