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Faking It

Romance . Comedy
 

"Faking It", a romantic comedy series, returns to MTV with ten all-new episodes. This season, everyone is faced with a dilemma that forces them to tell the truth or keep a secret. Best friends Amy and Karma struggle with figuring out their relationship after Amy revealed her true feelings for Karma. Questions are answered – will Karma find out about Liam and Amy's hook-up? What will happen to Karmy? Will Liam and Karma get back together? What are Lauren's pills for? Can Shane really be in a celibate relationship?

 
Status: Running
TV Channel: MTV
  • Molly Eichel

    Questionable taste aside, there are major narrative issues at work in Faking It that go beyond sustaining the faux relationship between Amy and Karma. Tonally, it can never decide to satirize the type of über-tolerance on display at Hester High—as 21 Jump Street did—or hold it in high esteem.

    The A.V. Club Full Review
  • Ellen Gray

    For Stevens' character, Karma, kissing her best friend, Amy (Volk), is a way --admittedly not the most direct way--of getting closer to Liam, a cute guy (Gregg Sulkin) with commitment issues. For Amy, though, it's more complicated, and that's where Faking It begins to seem less like a joke, as the shift in a relationship stirs up feelings that move her into the "questioning" column of LGBTQ.

    Philadelphia Daily News Full Review
  • Rob Owen

    While the show's premise seems like it could be difficult to maintain, Faking It holds up in two early episodes sent for review.

    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Full Review
  • Matthew Gilbert

    Faking It is an odd, interesting, lightly subversive, and potentially offensive concoction from MTV. It’s a twisted comedy that has charm, but also a premise that could be insulting if not handled intelligently.

    Boston Globe Full Review
  • Mike Hale

    Faking It isn’t anything more than a smarter-than-average high school comedy, but there’s a freshness to it, perhaps because so many of the key people involved are relative newcomers.

    The New York Times Full Review
  • David Hinckley

    Beyond the joke, the show’s premise is encouraging: that being gay is no big deal.... The engine driving this show is female friendship, the kind strong enough to get you through even high school. For Amy and Karma, we want that.

    New York Daily News Full Review
  • Mark A. Perigard

    There’s something hilarious and twisted about outcasts running a school and turning out to be as much idiots as the typically popular kids. Faking It is the real deal.

    Boston Herald Full Review
  • Tim Stack

    Credit the winning cast, especially Volk, and executive producer Carter Covington's sweet/snarky tone for a half hour viewers won't have to pretend to love.

    Entertainment Weekly Full Review
Episode Guide For Show: Faking It