Season 3 | Episode 10 | “Up in Flames” | Aired May 17, 2016 Sad news swept across the Faking It fandom this week with the news that MTV had ca
Find out what the future held for 'Faking It''s Karma and Amy.
On the very last episode ever of "Faking It," everybody attends a very weird New Year's Eve party.
Warning: Read on only if you watched the Faking It series finale because there are spoilers to follow. Less than a week after MTV announced the progressive sitcom would end after three seasons, the show’s finale aired, luckily tying up the series’ relationships in a semi-neat bow.
Find out how 'Faking It' ended, and what we would've seen in Season 4 of the MTV comedy.
It's time for the Faking It series finale. For a refresher on what happened last week, read my recap of episode 9.
MTV’s groundbreaking comedy series Faking It was canceled last week, with the news coming just five days before the season 3 finale — now the series finale. Going into the final episode, many of the story lines and relationships are still up in the air. But fans shouldn’t be too worried that they won’t get a conclusion, according to executive producer Carter Covington.
Days after MTV opted against a fourth season, Carter Covington opens up about his dream ending for Amy and Karma.
After three seasons on MTV, 'Faking It' has been cancelled and showrunner Carter Covington explained the decision and how the finale could end the season.
School's out for good at Hester High. After three seasons, MTV has cancelled the comedy ...
Faking It gets canceled and Gregg Sulkin shares his feelings!
Faking It will be no more. MTV has opted to end the scripted comedy series at the conclusion of the current third season.
The show's ratings are to blame for its demise.
The three-season teen comedy will come to an end during a May 17 finale.
After three seasons, MTV has decided not to renew Faking It.
Sad news -- Faking It isn't coming back for a fourth season. It was just announced that the hit MTV ...
The next episode of Faking It will be its last, showrunner Carter Covington revealed Friday.
The showrunner opens up about the groundbreaking comedy's legacy, his biggest regret and how the May 17 finale doubles as a series-ender.