On The Secret Life of the American Teenager, Molly Ringwald plays Anne Jeurgens, mom to Amy as well as a recent new mom herself. But right now her concerns are more with Daddy George than anything. Molly Ringwald talks about her character on the show….
Daughter to Alaskan governor Sarah Palin, teen mother Bristol Palin received a lot of mixed attention concerning her pregnancy. Now in the wake of her early motherhood, she’s speaking out against teenage pregnancy and its hardships….
Next Monday brings the spring finale, and the season 2 conclusion, of Secret Life – and following suit with the season 1 finale, we have a…wedding. But more than Leo and Betty’s wedding (don’t they make just the cutest couple?), seems those long-ago spoiler predictions of somebody getting pregnant….
Earlier this week we posted trailer and the rest of sneak peeks so check them out to!
The Secret Life of the American Teenager episode 2.23 ” I Got You, Babe ” trailer and sneak peeks.
“No, she’s not bad at all. She’s good.” So Amy’s the good girl. She’s always been the “good girl”. But what is a “good girl”? Or a good boy, for that matter?
Somebody knows where Ricky is…. But while everybody’s worrying about that, seems again we’ve got something even bigger on our hands. Think it will be enough to break Amy, or, after a baby, a break-up, and secrets galore, is this little momma stronger than even she knows?
Emotions are at a high as the drama escalates in Secret Life, and from experience we know that secrets, like Amy’s baby John, are bound to pop out sooner or later. And this time, it seems it’s more than just Ricky who knows something everyone else doesn’t. Who, by the way, is…gone?
It’s that day of the week again – sneak peek time for Secret Life ( SPOILERS AHEAD ). ABC Family has five sneak peeks for us of episode 18 of season 2, and in addition to finding out the source of Grace’s new “angst” I joked at before, people are getting married!
Lots more drama to come next Monday as Secret Life is “heating up”. Heating up, how? Well, it looks like we may be back to angst-ridden Grace, or at least the not-as-happy-as-”Just Say Me” Grace.