The younger cast members of ABC Family's The Secret Life of The American Teenager recently appeared on Good Morning America on the occasion of the teen drama's sophomore season launch. Predictably, they answered questions about the show's purportedly controversial theme, something that had been exhausted last season. Shailene Woodley, who plays teenage mother Amy Juergens on the show, said she does not feel awkward at all about the topics they cover on the show because they're realistic.
"It's so true to life," she told weatherman Sam Champion. "I feel like in normal high schools, you know, these things do go on so I think that, you know, it opens conversations for adults and teenagers, and I think that's important."
In other Secret Life news, Zap2it reveals that Molly Ringwald's Anne is pregnant, "knocked up by that guy she started seeing last season and I'm hearing they'll soon be engaged." Critics raised the question of who could be the father of Anne's child, since David, her boss whom she started dating, said he was neutered and therefore incapable of being a daddy. We can recall that Anne took a job in architect office due to her impending divorce.
In addition, it was also revealed that the central love triangle will not exactly be scot-free throughout season 2. Furthermore, Ben (Kenny Baumann) will reportedly move on from Amy soon. Does this mean he will get tired of playing the good and devout boyfriend?
"She and Ben are still together, but they're in for a rocky road this year as Ricky becomes more involved in Amy and the baby's life. Actually, Ben won't be all about Amy and only Amy forever."