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Huge: Season 1 (2010)




Average Rating: 7.9/10
Reviews Counted: 22
Fresh: 20 | Rotten: 2

Huge is a sensitive and emotionally engaging comedy that looks beyond the ten pin-up factory line for characters and story.


Average Rating: 8.5/10
Critic Reviews: 14
Fresh: 13 | Rotten: 1

Huge is a sensitive and emotionally engaging comedy that looks beyond the ten pin-up factory line for characters and story.


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Season Info

This teen drama set at a weight-loss camp focuses on the rivalry between two campers: Will (Nikki Blonskey), a sarcastic girl who doesn't agree with the message behind weight-loss camps; and Amber (Hayley Hasselhoff), a girl who isn't as overweight as the other campers, but who is determined to shed some pounds. In addition to rivalries, there are also romances at the camp, including Will's crush on fellow camper Ian (Ari Stidham) and Amber's crush on counselor George (Zander Eckhouse).

Genre: Comedy

Network: ABC Family



Air date: Jun 28, 2010

Hello, I Must Be Going

In the series premiere of this comedy-drama about teens gaining self-esteem at a weight-loss camp, Willamina (Nikki Blonsky) causes trouble upon her arrival, while Amber (Hayley Hasselhoff) clicks with the popular kids and begins a possible romance.

Air date: Jul 5, 2010

Letters Home

Willamina struggles with writing a letter home; a new camper with issues arrives.

Air date: Jul 12, 2010

Live Action Role Play

A new girl arrives at camp. Dr. Rand receives an email from Wills parents.

Air date: Jul 19, 2010

Talent Night

Will is desperate to locate her lost journal before it falls into the wrong hands. Meanwhile, Amber and Chloe invite Trent to appear in a talent-show act with them, and Chloe does her best to win Trent's affections.

Air date: Jul 26, 2010

Movie Night

The kids wonder what film will be screened on movie night, and Ian's choice to sit with Amber during the movie displeases Will, who puts her feelings into a song. Meanwhile, Chloe has something she wants to confide in Trent.

Air date: Aug 2, 2010

Spirit Quest

Alistair shares a secret with Trent when they bond during a spirit quest. Meanwhile, Amber and Will wind up lost in the woods.

Air date: Aug 9, 2010

Poker Face

Dr. Rand gets mad at Salty for giving the kids poker lessons, and she's hurt to learn that her fellow staffers don't open up to her the way they do to each other. Meanwhile, the campers get anxious when they hear it's time for their first weigh-in.

Air date: Aug 16, 2010


Chloe and Alistair have separate birthday celebrations that collide and eventually lead to Chloe becoming upset. Elsewhere, Dr. Rand starts to fall for her new boyfriend after an odd evening with him sheds light on her past.

Air date: Aug 23, 2010

Parents Weekend Part 1

Part 1 of 2. The camp hosts parents' weekend, but Will's mom and dad are no-shows. Meanwhile, Alistair puts on a charade of being Becca's boyfriend; and Amber's mother smuggles in some food.

Air date: Aug 30, 2010

Parents Weekend Part 2

Conclusion. A surprising romance unfolds between two campers as parents weekend continues.

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All Critics (22) | Top Critics (14) | Fresh (20) | Rotten (2)

Huge is a pro-social series that will likely reassure some young viewers that they are not alone. If it can find a way to do that in a more unique, entertaining manner in future episodes, all the better.

March 29, 2012 Full Review Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Huge has done something far more ambitious, unfolding a delicate portrait of a secret subculture - an inverted society in which everyone is fat.

July 25, 2010 Full Review Source: New York Magazine/Vulture
New York Magazine/Vulture

A carefully assembled, emotionally attuned drama.

July 5, 2010 Full Review Source: People Magazine
People Magazine

It delivers an easy-to-understand message: be healthy, but ultimately, be happy with who you are.

June 29, 2010 Full Review Source: Huffington Post
Huffington Post

What the show does portray quite accurately is the various ways in which a young woman's self-image issues can be manifested.

June 29, 2010 Full Review Source: TV Fanatic
TV Fanatic

As summer entertainment with a tangy after-taste, Huge was good stuff. I'm all for its plus-size message, and even more for the talent of its lead actors.

June 28, 2010 Full Review Source: Entertainment Weekly
Entertainment Weekly

If you can tolerate one more word on the beaten-senseless subject of weight loss, then, and you don't mind hearing generic cliches yet again, you could conceivably become a Huge fan before the summer is over.

June 28, 2010 Full Review Source: Washington Post
Washington Post

In the midst of all the crazy yelling, the show is funny and sweet, but, more important, it makes sense. And these days, there's nothing more dramatic than that.

June 28, 2010 Full Review Source: Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times

Huge is both heartfelt and surprisingly savvy.

June 28, 2010 Full Review Source: AV Club

I've waited a long time to see Winnie Holzman, the creator of My So-Called Life and the Tony-nominated writer of Broadway's Wicked, do another show about adolescent girls. Now she has. And happily, it's Huge.

June 28, 2010 Full Review Source: Philadelphia Daily News
Philadelphia Daily News

This appealing and emotionally engaging series about life in a weight-loss summer camp comes with high expectations.

June 28, 2010 Full Review Source: TV Guide
TV Guide

A series that looks like another ABC Family success story.

June 28, 2010 Full Review Source: Uncle Barky
Uncle Barky

Huge isn't a show for me, but it's effective in what it's trying to do, and I'm glad it exists.

June 28, 2010 Full Review Source: HitFix

I couldn't be happier if I'd just discovered calorie-free potato chips. I mean, are you kidding? Fat teens on TV - who aren't just there to compete on The Biggest Loser? In case you didn't notice, I love this show!

June 28, 2010 Full Review Source: New York Post
New York Post

The show benefits from an exceptional cast - the actors humanize the issue of teen obesity and encourage viewers to really walk in the characters' shoes before passing judgment.

June 28, 2010 Full Review Source: Common Sense Media
Common Sense Media

Maybe the difference between Huge and almost every other TV show is that this one doesn't always tell us how to react. That's a gamble. Full credit to Huge for taking it.

June 27, 2010 Full Review Source: New York Daily News
New York Daily News

Huge gets the details right, but the bigger picture can seem forced, with coincidence and pat resolutions.

June 27, 2010 Full Review Source: Hollywood Reporter
Hollywood Reporter

Huge imparts lessons while avoiding the tenor of an instructional, and in many ways it feels like a hybrid of two distinct eras of adolescent television, one marked by a heartfelt languor and the other by a media-fluent sarcasm.

June 27, 2010 Full Review Source: New York Times
New York Times

The campers look and act like real kids, exchanging awkward teenage banter, sharing poignant stories and - of course - looking for first love.

June 26, 2010 Full Review Source: St. Louis Post-Dispatch
St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Blonsky does a nice and almost-too-convincing job with the troubled teen who carries around her weight as though the very world were on her shoulders. Hairspray fans won't see a hint of Tracy Turnblad.

June 25, 2010 Full Review Source: Newsday

This show deserves to be big.

June 25, 2010 Full Review Source: Media Life
Media Life

The clever, engaging script and Blonsky's performance - plus the refreshing idea of a teen drama not entirely populated by assembly-line pinups - promise a summer diversion with a little more than usual dramatic meat on its bones.

June 25, 2010 Full Review Source: TIME Magazine
TIME Magazine

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