'Teen Mom: Young & Pregnant': Meet the 5 Moms From MTV's New Series (VIDEO)
The Teen Mom universe is about to get even wider—MTV announced Monday they'll be airing the 14-part docuseries, Teen Mom: Young and Pregnant, starting March 12.
As with its predecessors, Teen Mom: Young and Pregnant will follow five young women as they go through pregnancy and early motherhood. And, of course, like Farrah Abraham, Jenelle Evans, and the gang, this group of girls seems to have plenty of drama going on.
In the trailer below get a glimpse of what's to come in March, once Teen Mom: Young and Pregnant premieres.
Meet the Moms
This 20-year-old Vegas party girl had her life flipped upside down when she and boyfriend Bariki discovered they were expecting. Outside of the surprise pregnancy, the couple has their own tension—and the added tension between their moms.
Brianna's story will focus on her and transgender boyfriend Danae, with whom she has a rocky relationship. The 17-year-old got pregnant during a hook up with an old friend, after she'd previously split from Danae. Now, he plans to raise the child as his own, but Brianna's parents are concerned about what may happen with Danae's volatile behavior.
Jade is 20, has a poor relationship with her parents, and potential trouble with boyfriend Sean. As someone who usually takes care of others, Jade will look to her parents for the help she needs, hoping that she can rely on them.
Decidedly the "girl-next-door" of the group, 18-year-old Kayla is struggling with the choice between raising her baby alone or staying in a strained relationship with her boyfriend of three years, Stephan. As a child who was raised by a single mother, her own experiences are complicating her decision.
The 17-year-old head cheerleader becomes the talk of her small town when she finds herself pregnant by her boyfriend of four years, Kyler. Her once-supportive family reacts poorly to her news, leaving her to question what can be done to repair her reputation.
Teen Mom: Young and Pregnant, Premiere, Monday, March 12, 10/9c, MTV