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The show also earned several award nominations, winning one Teen Choice Award and one People's Choice Award.
On October 8, 2014, Awkward was renewed for a fifth and final season, which premiered on August 31, 2015.
“We were all joking about Team Jake team Matty when shooting the pilot,” Brett Davern, who plays Jake, tells Zap2it. They definitely have who they are rooting for.”“Jake is the kind of boyfriend you would want to have,” Davern says.
Fans have latched on and it has been really fun to see.
They've been friends for so many years and have gone through so much drama.
That explosive episode promises to answer the burning questions of who Jenna (Ashley Rickards) will choose – either her longtime secret crush, Matty (Beau Mirchoff), or Jake (Brett Davern), the guy who wants everyone to know he likes her – and who really wrote her that letter. I didn’t sleep with anyone in summer camp in the janitor’s closet, but I definitely can relate to Matty. You also may or may not find out who wrote the letter. Were you surprised with the choice that Jenna made, or do you think she made the right choice? MIRCHOFF: There’s a lot going on in the half-hour, that’s for sure. I hope that the next season takes off right where we left off and it doesn’t time jump. I know that all these characters are very personal to Lauren, so she knows them well.
The show's central character is Jenna Hamilton (Ashley Rickards), a Palos Verdes, California, teenager who struggles with her identity, especially after an accident is misconstrued as a suicide attempt. MTV renewed the series for a second season on August 24, 2011.
It's really fun to see that play out again and to see how they revisit it the second time around and what's different about that situation.
Uh oh, Jenna and Tamara are going to fight over the same guy?
It’s not an easy thing to make dialogue sound authentic and real, and I think they do a great job. Do you think the show has found a good balance of telling the story and furthering the characters, in such a limited amounted of time? Will you get to have any input, as to where you’d like to see your character go? I’m sure (show creator) Lauren [Iungerich] will bring us all in separately to the writers room to talk about what we think.
Are there things that have most surprised you about Matty, as you’ve learned who he is? Has it been important to you to make sure that the dialogue is authentic and feels natural to you? I think (show creator) Lauren [Iungerich] and her writers really are great. Has it felt challenging to tell this story in half-hour episodes, which are really only about 22 minutes with the commercials?