Critic Consensus: Smartly written, well acted, and emotionally resonant, Awkward captures the anxiety of teenage life with wit and insight.
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Comedy, romance, depth of character development and potential scandal - no wonder Awkward is an early hit.
Awkward could generate a few protests - and that's okay. Maybe it will get more people to watch a good show.
Perhaps the most aptly-titled show on television. Everything Jenna Hamilton goes through fits that word and I can't help laughing and feeling second hand embarrassment right along with her.
Awkward's superb writing enables sharp character development, revealing layer after layer of each personality and giving viewers a glimpse of the complicated dynamics that exist within this peer group.
Awkward is adept in some quick cutaways, as in a classroom scene that echoes Ferris Bueller.
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