New '16 & Pregnant' Trailer Promises More Drama Than Ever (VIDEO)​

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Holy moly, you guys -- wait until you see the new trailer for 16 & Pregnant that was just released by MTV. If you thought the show was pretty dramatic up until this point, you really haven't seen anything yet.

From the looks of it, season 5 is going to be intense, very serious, and also quite heartbreaking based on some of these girls' stories. The new season brings along five young ladies, Maddy Godsey, Summer Rewis, Aleah Lebeouf, Karley Shipley, and Autumn Crittendon -- all of whom are coming to terms with impending motherhood.

Get ready to hold your breath while watching this clip.

 

See? I told you it was pretty intense. I honestly felt myself tearing up a bit at the couple who appeared to be living out of the back of their car. (Um, you'd think MTV would throw 'em a few bucks to help them get back on their feet?)

If this trailer had you on the edge of your seat, then I have good news. MTV has bumped up the premiere date for season 5, and now it will air on April 14, which is two weeks earlier than originally anticipated.

Looks like we should probably stock up on tissues. This season is going to be an emotional one.

Are you excited for the new season of 16 & Pregnant?

 

Image via MTV

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MomBre22 MomBre22

I wish they would stop making this show.

nonmember avatar Bugsmommy

Mombree22 why read these articles if you think it should be canceled. Sorry but obviously you like it because if you disliked it that much you wouldn't be following the stories.

Sandra DeRosia

Teen pregnancies have gone down a lot since this show started, so it's working.  It's a cautionary tale and it's good they have teens living in their car, like real life.  A lot of kids get kicked out when they decide to have a child before they're adults, so this is refreshing, don't sugar-coat it by giving them a bunch of money, then it's not very real. 

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