MTV is planning to bring its viewers a whole lot of Teen Mom goodness over the next few months!
The Ashley can confirm that the network will be filming a plethora of specials in March featuring the casts of both Teen Mom 2 and Teen Mom OG. All of these specials will be taped in New York City in front of live studio audiences.
For the first special, MTV is planning to bring all of the girls from both casts to talk about sex. The gals will film the “Let’s Talk About Sex” special, as well as what appears to be another special in which all the girls interact with each other. (It will likely be similar to the one that aired in 2014.) Both of these specials will be filmed on the same day.
MTV will also be bringing back all of the fathers from both series to shoot a “Dad’s Special.” This will mark the first time that men from ‘Teen Mom OG’ and ‘Teen Mom 2’ will be together on a stage since the 2011 “Teen Dad” special. (The guys filmed “Being Dad” in 2014, but that was not a panel discussion show.) The Ashley does not yet know which of the dads will be participating.
The ‘Teen Mom 2’ girls will film their After Shows and an “Ask the Moms” special the following day, without the ‘Teen Mom OG’ girls.
Due to all of the feuds that have been going on between the girls lately, this shoot should be totally drama-filled. (In case you’ve forgotten, Amber Portwood and Jenelle Evans recently got into a spat on Twitter over Amber’s fiance. During that spat, Amber told Jenelle that she “better watch her mouth” when they see each other in March. This taping was what she was referring to.)
Amber and Jenelle aren’t the only ‘Teen Moms’ feuding. Just last night, Jenelle got into a Twitter fight with her cast mates Kail Lowry and Chelsea Houska, after Jenelle accused her former friends of “copying” her endeavors. Chelsea’s father, Randy Houska, called Jenelle out for hating on Chelsea’s success, and confirmed that Chelsea does not want to “copy” Jenelle’s projects. (This means we won’t be seeing a “Lil’ Chelsea” urinal system any time soon, then?)
Anyway, let’s hope Producer Heather and Producer Larry order enough security to keep things in order on set! The Ashley is crossing her fingers that MTV finally has the sense to hire either Barbara Evans or Butch Baltierra to host these specials! Make it happen, MTV!
Want a flashback? Watch the original “Dads Special” from 2011 below: