Another season wraps up for The Secret Life of the American Teenager, and we've come a long way since Amy (Shailene Woodley) got pregnant. The characters developed and soon underwent major changes, but tonight sounds like a visit to the past with the episode "Ben There, Done That." On the spring finale of the series' second season, a highly anticipated celebration will be taking place. As we expected, there's going to be a wedding. It's going to be a big day for Betty (Jennifer Coolidge,) and an even bigger one for Leo (Steve Schirripa) as the two get married. But the party doesn't just revolve around the bride and groom. Everyone is brought together for the event, and another secret from The Secret Life of the American Teenager will be revealed. Adrian (Francia Raisa) has something to divulge, but she isn't sure how she'd open up about it. If you want a hint on what she's hiding, you can catch the trailer for "Ben There, Done That" below. Source & Preview
This season of ABC Family's Secret Life of the American Teenager has been a lesson not so much in safe sex, like the first season, but a lesson in permutations: At the rate things are going, it seems nearly every guy in the cast will have dated every girl possible by season's end. Despite surprise couplings like Grace and Ben and Jack and That One Friend of Amy's, the big shocker came last week when Amy kissed - gasp - her baby-daddy, Ricky. Sure, they were just practicing, but could there be more romance in store for the young accidental parents? Amy herself, Shailene Woodley, stopped by EW.com to dish on the rest of the season. To Read More Click Here .
After taking on the most controversial role of her young career in the first season of the hit ABC Family series, The Secret Life of the American Teenager, actress Shailene Woodley has settled into the shoes of Amy Juergens who struggles with growing up as a high school student while being a young mother. The Secret Life of the American Teenager returns to finish out its second season on Monday, January 4 at 8pm, as Amy decides to go on vacation to escape her troubles only to see life at home fall apart while she's gone. Leading up to the January 4 return of The Secret Life of the American Teenager, we hopped on the line for a quick conference call chat with Shailene Woodley to learn more about her relationship with Ricky (Darren Kagasoff), how life has changed since the series debut, and what Secret Life fans can expect from the back-12 of the popular ABC Family series. To Read More Click Here .
Tonight's installment of The Secret Life of the American Teenager rings in 2010 with departures. The episode "You Don't Know What You've Got..." has the gang ditching classes, while other characters take a vacation. But even though they're leaving some things behind, the audience isn't likely to leave the TV set once the series returns. Below, you can find several previews of tonight's episode of The Secret Life of the American Teenager. Hooky isn't the only thing in play on "You Don't Know What You've Got..." because there's bound to be more teen drama in the halls of their California school. On "You Don't Know What You've Got...", it's vacation time for Amy (Shailene Woodley) and Anne (Molly Ringwald). The two decide to take their kids out on a break on the beach, and they have the time of their life. Unfortunately, things back home aren't as pleasant. Even though George (Mark Derwin) wants to believe Robbie is his son, he continues to doubt it and soon comes to terms with the idea. Source & Preview
Premiere dates for all of your favorite midseason shows are starting to be announced. We'll keep updating this calendar as new dates are released, so be sure to keep checking back! March Sunday, March 21st Breaking Bad on AMC at 10PM Monday, March 22nd Nurse Jackie on Showtime at 10PM The United States of Tara on Showtime at 10:30PM Wednesday, March 24th High Society on The CW at 9PM (Timeslot Premiere) Fly Girls on The CW at 9:30PM Monday, March 29th 10 Things I Hate About You (TV) on ABC Family at 8PM Tuesday, March 30th V (Reimagined Series) on ABC at 10PM Wednesday, March 31st In Plain Sight on USA Network at 10PM April Thursday, April 1 Fringe on FOX at 9PM (Returning after a 7 week hiatus) Friday, April 2 Miami Medical on CBS at 10PM Sunday, April 11th The Tudors on Showtime at 9PM Army Wives on Lifetime at 9PM Treme on HBO at 10PM Tuesday, April 13th Glee on FOX at 9PM (Returning after a 4 month hiatus) Friday, April 23rd Party Down on Starz at 10PM Gravity on Starz at 10:30PM Wednesday, April 28th Happy Town on ABC at 10PM Friday, April 30th Friday Night Lights on NBC at 8PM May Thursday, May 27th 100 Questions on NBC at 8:30PM June Tuesday, June 1st America's Got Talent on NBC at 8PM (2 hours) Wednesday, June 2nd America's Got Talent on NBC at 9PM Sunday, June 6th The Hard Times of RJ Berger on MTV at 11PM (Special Premiere) Monday, June 7th Last Comic Standing on NBC at 8PM (2 hours) Persons Unknown on NBC at 10PM Monday, June 14th The Hard Times of RJ Berger on MTV at 10PM (Timeslot Premiere) TBA Day One on NBC What Midseason Premieres are you most looking forward to? Earlier Premieres Tuesday, December 1st Scrubs on ABC at 9PM Wednesday, December 2nd Steven Seagal: Lawman on A&E at 10PM Launch My Line on Bravo at 11PM Sunday, December 6th Alice (2009) on Syfy at 9PM Monday, December 7th The Closer on TNT at 9PM Men of a Certain Age on TNT at 10PM Tuesday, December 8th Better Off Ted on ABC at 9:30PM Sunday, December 13th Keeping Up with the Kardashians on E! at 10PM Monday, January 4th The Bachelor on ABC at 8PM The Secret Life of The American Teenager on ABC Family at 8PM Make It or Break It on ABC Family at 9PM Conveyor Belt of Love on ABC following The Bachelor Wednesday, January 6th Nip/Tuck on FX at 10PM Sunday, January 10th Chuck on NBC at 8PM (2 hours, special night) Big Love on HBO at 10PM Monday, January 11th Chuck (Timeslot Premiere) on NBC at 8PM Tuesday, January 12th American Idol on FOX at 8PM Southland on TNT at 10PM Wednesday, January 13th Our Little Genius on FOX at 9PM - UPDATE: Delayed Leverage on TNT at 10PM Thursday, January 14th Archer on FX at 10PM Project Runway on Lifetime at 10PM Sunday, January 17th Human Target following football on FOX 24 at 9PM on FOX (Special Night, 2 hrs) Monday, January 18th Life UneXpected at 9PM on The CW 24 (Timeslot Premiere) at 9PM on FOX (2 hrs) Tuesday, January 19th Our Little Genius on FOX at 9PM (Timeslot Premiere) White Collar on USA Network at 10PM Wednesday, January 20th Human Target on FOX at 8PM (Timeslot Premiere) Thursday, January 21st The Deep End on ABC at 8PM Burn Notice on USA Network at 9PM Friday, January 22nd Caprica on Syfy at 9PM Spartacus: Blood and Sand on Starz at 10PM Monday, January 25th Greek on ABC Family at 10PM Secret Diary of a Call Girl on Showtime at 10PM Damages on FX at 10PM La La Land on Showtime at 11PM Wednesday, January 27th Psych on USA Network at 10PM Friday, January 29th Kitchen Nightmares on FOX at 9PM Tuesday, February 2nd Lost on ABC at 9PM Thursday, February 4th Important Things with Demetri Martin on Comedy Central at 10PM Sarah Silverman Program on Comedy Central at 10:30PM Friday, February 5th Smallville : Absolute Justice (TV Movie) on The CW at 8PM Tuesday, February 9th Past Life on FOX at 9PM (Special Premiere) Thursday, February 11th Past Life on FOX at 9PM (Timeslot Premiere) (Fringe is taking a Winter Hiatus) Friday, February 19th The Ricky Gervais Show on HBO at 9PM The Life & Times of Tim on HBO at 9:30PM Monday, March 1st Rules of Engagement on CBS at 8:30PM Tuesday, March 2 Parenthood on NBC at 10PM Thursday, March 4th The Marriage Ref on NBC at 10PM Friday, March 5th Who Do You Think You Are? on NBC at 8PM Wednesday, March 10th High Society on The CW at 9:30PM Sunday, March 14th Minute to Win It on NBC at 8PM Sons of Tucson on FOX at 8:30PM The Celebrity Apprentice on NBC at 9PM Tuesday, March 16th Justified on FX at 10PM Thursday, March 18th FlashForward on ABC at 8PM ( moved from March 4th )
"THE SECRET LIFE OF THE AMERICAN TEENAGER" AND "MAKE IT OR BREAK IT" RETURN ON MONDAY, JANUARY 11 ON ABC FAMILY Burbank, CA (October 13, 2009) ABC Family's two original hit dramas, "The Secret Life of the American Teenager" and " Make It or Break It ," will return back to back this winter beginning on Monday, January 11th (8:00-9:00PM ET/PT and 9:00-10:00PM ET/PT). "The Secret Life of the American Teenager" returns (8:00-9:00PM ET/PT) to complete its second season with 12 all-new episodes; "Make It or Break It" (9:00PM-10:00PM ET/PT) returns to complete its first season with 10 all-new episodes. The heartfelt drama "The Secret Life of the American Teenager" focuses on the relationships between families and friends and how they deal with teenage issues, including an unexpected pregnancy. Created and executive-produced by Brenda Hampton, the series stars Shailene Woodley, Molly Ringwald, Mark Derwin, India Eisley, Ken Baumann, Daren Kagasoff, Francia Raisa, Megan Park and Greg Finley. "Make It or Break It," set in the world of competitive gymnastics, follows a group of teen Olympic hopefuls as they train and prepare for their day in the spotlight. The show stars Chelsea Hobbs, Ayla Kell, Josie Loren, Cassie Scerbo, Zachary Burr Abel, Peri Gilpin, Candace Cameron Bure and Susan Ward. Created and written by Holly Sorensen, the series executive producers are Sorenson and Paul Stupin. Driven by original series "The Secret Life of the American Teenager" and newcomer "Make It or Break It," 3Q09 recently wrapped as ABC Family's most-watched 3Q in the Net's history in Prime in Adults 18-34, Women 18-34, Adults 18-49, Women 18-49 and Females 12-34. Impressively, 3Q09 became the net's No. 2 quarter ever in key targets Women 18-34, and Females 12-34. Competitively, ABC Family ranked as 3Q09's No. 1 ad-supported cable network in Prime in Females 12-34 and Female Teens. Among all cable, ABC Family placed a competitive No. 4 in Women 18-34 and No. 5 in Women 18-49. Moreover, ABC Family ranked a high No. 9 in Total Viewers, jumping an impressive 5 places year to year. Part of the Disney-ABC Television Group, ABC Family is distributed in over 98 million homes. ABC Family features programming reflecting today's families, entertaining and connecting with adults through relevant stories about today's relationships, all told with diversity, dysfunction, passion, humor and heart. ABC Family's programming is a mix of network defining original series and original movies, quality acquired series and blockbuster theatricals. ABC Family is also the destination for annual Holiday events with "13 Nights of Halloween" and "25 Days of Christmas!" ABC Family. A New Kind of Family. Source Here
Amy and Ben work hard to get their relationship back on track, whilst Grace and Jack's is not so good. Watch & Discuss: Watch The Secret Life of The American Teenager:Season 2, Episode 12 Season: 'Be My, Be My Baby' Read The Secret Life of The American Teenager's Review:Season 2, Episode 12 Season: 'Be My, Be My Baby'
Amy and Ben work hard to get their relationship back on track, whilst Grace and Jack's is not so good. To Watch The Preview Click Here . Source & More Pics If You Missed The Last Episode Watch It Here Online Now
"Ashley gets her own room out in the garage, much to the envy of Amy. Ricky still wants to be with Adrian even though she no longer shows interest in him." Watch & Discuss: Watch The Secret Life of The American Teenager: Season 2, Episode 11 - 'Cramped' Read The Secret Life of The American Teenager's Review: Season 2, Episode 11 - 'Cramped'
On the next all new episode of The Secret Life of The American Teenager , "Cramped", airing Monday, August 31st at 8PM on ABC Family: "Ashley gets her own room out in the garage, much to the envy of Amy. Ricky still wants to be with Adrian even though she no longer shows interest in him." ABC Family is offering 5 video Sneak Peaks of the Episode! Ricky Rejected Ashley's New Space Ashley's Request Grace Wonders Nothing Bad Ever Happens in Ashley World You can also check out these preview images: