Charlie Tracker and Fielding Withers, who play teen lovers Jenna and Jonah on a hit TV show, are also an item off-screen. They hold hands on the beach, snuggle and cuddle on the streets of LA, and are generally so adorable they make your teeth hurt, in Jenna and Jonah's Fauxmance by Emily Franklin and Brendan Halpin.
Only thing is, it's all for the paparazzi cameras and gossip columnists. Actually, Charlie and Fielding can't stand each other. For the past four years, they've been carrying on a fake romance in public to bolster their show's ratings, and annoying each other in private.
After an unexpected scandal, their show is abruptly canceled. You'd think it would be a relief, right? Except that Charlie isn't sure what roles she's suited for, besides a cute and fluffy teenager. (She's not even sure she's a very good actress.) Fielding is almost sure he doesn't even want to be an actor anymore, but he has no idea how to strike out on his own. And they're both unnerved at the prospect of losing the person they most love to hate. What they never really hated each other at all?