Young moms Kailyn, Leah, Briana, Chelsea and Jade navigate parenting, family dynamics, their careers and their love lives.
"Teen Mom" is a franchise resistant to finales. Even setting aside the fact that the combination of tabloid culture and Twitter means that fans of the show are aware of the stars’ major life events months before they air on the show, the series’ linear docu-reality format means that filming on the four separate “stories” wraps when it wraps, regardless of narrative conclusion or lack thereof. The show tries to compensate for its endemic lack of closure with its signature ending montages, scored to blaring acoustic ballads, which are supposedly intended to evoke some sense of resolution, but usually just serve to highlight how uncertain the future is for its stars. Logically, this makes perfect sense: Life is messy and complicated—even more so when you’re a young mother with too much money, stardom, and exposure—and rarely fits into a prescribed television narrative. But it’s also highly unsatisfying from viewers’ perspectives, particularly if said viewers—and I’ll count myself among them—have grown invested in these characters’ lives, both on screen and in the tabloids... Suffice to say, it seems like the best thing right now for Jenelle—and Jace, and Barbara, and probably every other person on the show—is to not be a reality-TV star for a while. And if that’s the only closure this episode provides, it’s more than enough.--Genevieve Koski, A.V. Club, April 30, 2013
Lauren Belfer, Amy Rhodin, Tony Shaff
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