It’s been real, “Faking It.” We certainly did not expect to be writing about the series finale this weekend, but this is what it’s come to after hearing that MTV has canceled the show. This is a business, so we do understand that it may not be as financially viable as some other properties on the network. Yet, we do think that the network is doing a disservice to the fans by not giving us a proper conclusion, especially since there are so few other LGBTQ-friendly shows out there that put characters of such diversity in the spotlight. Usually, they are a secondary or tertiary character, but not here.
Anyhow, let’s hope that Tuesday night’s series finale is at least engaging; before we do anything else, let’s go ahead and share the TV Guide synopsis:
“With the new year approaching, Karma goes to great lengths to make Amy happy; and Lauren’s self-esteem takes a hit when someone from the past returns.”
As for the sneak peek below, it shows us that the arc of Sabrina is not over yet on the show. She is going to basically show up to Karma (did Karma’s place burn down?) and ask for some help trying to win Amy back. She admits that she lied about her boyfriend, but she’s since broke up with him, claiming that she only cares about being with her former camp friend now.
We do think that given what we’ve already seen from this character, you do have to take some of what she says with a grain of salt. Yet, we also don’t think that she would be begging for Karma to help if she still had malicious motives. She may feel what she feels, but it’s likely too late.
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