Things aren’t looking good for the ABC Family drama series Huge. Word is, ABC has decided to cancel the show after just ten episodes.
In her previous show My So Called Life, Huge creator Winnie Holzman explored the torture of being a teenager along with the equally torturous
In the penultimate episode of the season was an hour absolutely chocked full of those awkward moments, terrifying realizations, confusing behavior, embarrassing situations and unconditional love that only parents can bring.
Where the writers are clearly comfortable with the characters of Camp Victory, they’ve chosen to put each kid in increasingly uncomfortable situations...
Tonight’s episode detailed pretty clearly that not only is Willamena almost completely clueless about her “friends” at camp, she might be the most self-centered of the bunch...
What we got from “Spirit Quest” was a decidedly intimate view of the main Huge players. This inner glimpse either helped confirm things we already pretty much knew, or...
Going to summer camp is a singular experience. It’s devoid of many real world machinations which are instead substituted with campfires, talent shows, and like tonight’s episode, “Movie Night.”
Up until this point, Huge had done a nice job of distancing itself from shows of similar ilk because the writers left a fair deal of melodrama out of the equation. Instead they opted to
“Live Action Role Play” showed us each character seeking a little power in his or her life, real or fantasy. All of these kids came to Camp Victory to lose weight, but beyond that, they’re also seeking something else...
If the outside world has chosen to mock and deride these kids for their weight, Camp Victory forces them into the very situations with which they’ve become the most uncomfortable.
For those of you who fell in love with ABC Family’s new series Huge, which premiered on Monday, we have some clips from the second episode to share! What’s coming up for the Camp Victory kids?
Camp Victory is equal parts military academy, affirmation circle and angst-riddled teen getaway. Contraband food is treated with the same secrecy and scorn as hardcore drugs...
Not every kid with a weight problem deals with it the same way, nor do they all have the exact same bag of awkward and embarrassing moments in their past. They have different families, different friends, different goals and different outlooks on life, just like any other teenager. One size does not fit all and Huge seems to have a good grasp on that
For those of you who are looking forward to ABC Family’s new summer drama series Huge, we have some information and video clips from the premiere, which is set to air next Monday.
In addition to The Situation and Snookie, take a look at who (and what) else I'll be catching up with as we navigate the muddied waters of summer television programming.