In “Teen Mom 3: Where Are They Now? news,” Katie Yeager’s ex Joey Maes is reportedly a father again. For the third time. With three different women! Plus, Katie reveals she is working on bringing a new baby into the world as well!
Nathan Griffith was released from jail on Thursday after posting a small bond. Now, it sounds like he’s gearing up for a legal battle and hopes to clear his name after being accused of assaulting Jenelle Evans.
Although we MTV isn’t documenting the Teen Mom 3 kids’ anymore, their moms are going a great job of keeping fans posted on the fast-growing bunch. See what Gannon, Arabella, Molli and Nova are up to these days…
It’s only been half a year since Katie Yeager was on our TVs for Teen Mom 3, but the actual filming wrapped long before that… So there was plenty to catch up on with the sassy single mom! We touched base with her to hear about her love life, thoughts on reality television stardom and, of course, little Molli!
It was revealed at the end of last week that Teen Mom 3 would not be returning for Season 2. Cast members from the show took to Twitter to express their disappointment over the news, and I figured I’d do the same from a fan’s perspective. So, here is my list of the Top 10 Teen Mom 3 Stories We Didn’t Get To See In Season 2 because the show was canceled.
After hearing the news that Teen Mom 3 had been cancelled by MTV the show’s cast members took to Twitter to express their disappointment. Briana DeJesus and Alex Sekella expressed their frustration over the fact that Teen Mom 2 is currently filming its fifth season, with Alex writing, “Guess we weren’t enough of train wrecks for it to be interesting. America wants to watch crazies oh well.” As you might have guessed, some of the cast members of Teen Mom 2 took offense and offered up their responses and an all-out Twitter feud ensued that also included Maci Bookout, Randy Houska, Jenelle’s boyfriend Nathan Griffith, Mackenzie’s mom Angie Douthit and Alex’s ex Matt McCann.
As we reported last month, the third installment of MTV’s Teen Mom franchise was not guaranteed to be back for a second season after having difficulty getting traction in the ratings combined with discontentment among some of the cast members about editing and how they were portrayed on the show. Judging from their Twitter feeds, it appears the Teen Mom 3 gals got the official word yesterday that MTV has decided to cancel the show and it would not be back for Season 2. Keep reading for all of their reactions to the news.
With season one of Teen Mom 3 officially in the books, speculation has begun about whether the show will come back to MTV for a second season. See what sources say about behind-the-scenes drama. Plus, how ratings compare to previous Teen mom shows.