16 and Pregnant

Tuesday, June 5 at 10 p.m. ET on MTV

Dr. Drew discusses each girl’s episode, specific issues and challenges, and updates viewers on what’s happening now. The open discussion provides a platform to address many of the controversial topics that originated from Season 2’s stories of birth control, adoption, single-parenting, marriage, finances, high school graduation and employment.

Tuesday, March 27 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on MTV

It’s time for another season of MTV’s 16 AND PREGNANT. MTV follows 12 new teen moms-to-be and their boyfriends as they struggle to deal with the huge changes in their lives brought about by their pregnancies. From a former cage fighting model to a young woman contemplating adoption, the newcomers definitely have their share of difficulties ahead. Not to mention the tragic accidents and prejudice parents… and that’s all before the babies arrive.

Tuesday, June 21 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on MTV

Season 3 followed 10 new mothers-to-be who tackled issues like hiding a pregnancy, struggling with anorexia, and moving out. The season finale wraps up their stories just in time for cameras to document how the moms are coping after giving birth.

May 3 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on MTV

Raised by a single mother, Jamie is a straight A student with big plans for the future. But after getting pregnant she struggles to mold her irresponsible boyfriend into the doting father she never had.

Tuesday, October 26 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on MTV

The popular documentary series returns for a third season. Get ready to meet 10 new moms-to-be – Jenelle, Nikkole, Valerie, Chelsea, Lori, Samantha, Nicole, Leah, Lizzie, and Kailyn. Each episode follows one of the girls through a five to seven month period of her pregnancy as she navigates the bumpy terrain of adolescence, growing pains, rebellion, and coming of age.

Take a look inside the challenges of teenage pregnancy with the return of MTV’s hit reality docu-series 16 AND PREGNANT, beginning Tuesday, Oct. 26 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

A new cast of 10 mothers-to-be face the ups and downs of pregnancy and cope with the hardships of becoming a teen mom. These new episodes explore challenges such as paternity tests, educational sacrifices, and financial disputes.

Ranked as one of the Top 5 series on MTV during the last broadcast year, 16 AND PREGNANT remains one of the most controversial and thought-provoking series for young people.*

These new episodes follow teens Jenelle, Nikkole, Valerie, Chelsea, Lori, Samantha, Nicole, Leah, Lizzie, and Kailyn for a five to seven month period of their pregnancies, capturing the intimate moments of their new lives as expecting mothers. The teens are forced to make adult decisions on marriage, adoption, and newfound responsibilities of parenthood.

For information and to watch episodes of 16 AND PREGNANT on demand, go to mtv.ca/16andpregnant.

Monday, September 7 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on MTV

The raved-about hit series gives viewers an in-depth update about what’s going on with all six girls from the 16 AND PREGNANT: LIFE AFTER LABOR special. Viewers get to watch unseen and intimate footage of the new mommies from Season 1, with this special hosted by Dr. Drew. Since giving birth, the girls seem to have found a new appreciation for life, love and youth, but they weren’t always able keep it all together. Tune into 16 AND PREGNANT: UNSEEN MOMENTS on MTV and online at mtv.ca/16andpregnant.

Monday, August 31 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on MTV

After a season of watching six pregnant teenaged girls tackle ultrasounds, early graduations, breakups, make-ups, and life lessons learned catch-up with them as they share how they’ve been dealing with LIFE AFTER LABOR. Faced with incredibly adult decisions, these girls were forced to sacrifice their teenage years and their high school experiences. But there is an optimism among them; they have the dedication to make their lives work, while providing the best for their babies. Watch full episodes of 16 AND PREGNANT online at mtv.ca/16andpregnant.

Monday, August 24 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on MTV

16 AND PREGNANT is an hour-long documentary series focusing on the controversial subject of teen pregnancy. Each episode follows the trials and tribulations of a pregnant teenager as she navigates the bumpy terrain of adolescence, growing pains, rebellion, and the coming of age. In the finale episode of 16 AND PREGNANT high school junior Catelynn explains to potential adoptive parents why she’s adamant on providing her daughter with the life she never had. Follow the experience of being 16 AND PREGNANT online at mtv.ca/16andpregnant.

16 AND PREGNANT, the documentary series which tackles one of the most controversial and thought-provoking topics today – teenaged pregnancy – made MTV the #1 destination last night for P12-34 across all of Canadian English Specialty Television from 10-11 p.m. ET/PT for the second week in a row. Last night’s episode pulled in 113,000 viewers in the P12-34 demographic, a 48% increase from last week’s premiere which saw 77,000 viewers in the same demo. Last night’s episode was also the #1 program across all of Canadian English Specialty for the entire day for both P12-34 and A18-34.*

Next week’s episode (Monday, August 3 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on MTV) visits Amber, a typical high school senior, hanging with her friends and stirring up trouble in her small town of Anderson, Indiana. She spends most of her time with her boyfriend Gary, who she’s been with for almost three years. She loves him very much, despite her family’s less-than-warm feelings toward him. They never really got over the fact that she snuck behind her older brother’s back and stole his best friend as her sweetheart. They’re going to have to get used to Gary, though, because… that’s right… Amber’s pregnant with his baby.

16 AND PREGNANT follows the lives of teenaged girls for 5-7 months as they navigate the unfamiliar territory and uncertainty of being pregnant.  MTV captures every moment and reaction in real time, including several of the births and how the young mothers and fathers dealt with new parenthood. The series tackles a variety of issues including marriage, adoption, attending school and dealing with gossip. Cameras continued to follow the teens for a significant amount of time after they gave birth to document how they coped with taking care of their infants in addition to balancing adult responsibilities with teenage life. The series was embraced by U.S. audiences garnering record ratings for the entire season, resulting in a second season pick-up.

16 AND PREGNANT airs Mondays at 10 p.m. ET/PT on MTV and is available on demand on mtv.ca.