ABC Family Announces Final Season Premiere Date for 'The Secret Life of the American Teenager'

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January 18th, 2013

via press release:

ABC FAMILY ANNOUNCES THE PREMIERE OF THE FINAL SEASON

OF “THE Secret Life of the American Teenager,”

PREMIERING, MONDAY, MARCH 18

 

AMY BUYS A WEDDING DRESS IN THE PREMIERE EPISODE

 

Chaz Bono Guest Stars as Himself (“Dancing with the Stars”)

 

Burbank, CA (January 18, 2013) – Amy buys a thrift store wedding dress and is the only one who likes it, while Anne discovers that her ex, David, might be the biological father of Robie. An all-day marathon of “The Secret Life of the American Teenager will air on Monday, March 18 from 11:00 AM – 8:00 PM ET/PT, leading into the premiere of the final season, starting at 8:00 PM ET/PT.

 

In the all-new episode, “To Each Her Own,” Amy and Ricky continue planning their wedding, so Amy buys her dress – at a thrift store. The dress is a little worse for wear – but only Amy sees the potential to make it great. Meanwhile, Ricky is upset about the dress and Adrian thinks the dress reflects her feelings about getting married. Kathy is conflicted about going back home after having the baby, and Ethan begs his parents to let him fly to Texas with her to ask Kathy’s parents if she can stay. Jack is still recovering and is in love with Grace. George tells Anne about seeing David with biological children, which makes her question Robie’s paternity. And George and Kathleen run into guest star, Chaz Bono (playing himself), at a restaurant where they are discussing whether Robie is George or David’s child.

 

The series cast includes Shailene Woodley, Ken Baumann, Greg Finley, Daren Kagasoff, Megan Park, Francia Raisa, Michael Grant, Cierra Ramirez with Steve Schirripa. In “To Each Her Own,” the guest stars include Chaz Bono, Anne Ramsay, L. Scott Caldwell, De’Vaughn Nixon, Tricia O’Kelley, Marielle Jaffe, Ben Weber, Natalie Dreyfuss with Diane Farr; special guest stars include Mark Derwin, Josie Bissett and Molly Ringwald.

 

Part of the Disney/ABC Television Group, ABC Family is distributed in over 97 million homes. ABC Family features programming reflecting today’s families, entertaining and connecting with adults through relatable programming about today’s relationships – told with a mix of diversity, passion, humor and heart. ABC Family’s programming is a combination of network defining original series and original movies, quality acquired series and blockbuster theatricals. Emmy® Award-winning ABCFamily.com provides a variety of interactive entertainment and community features, from rich, fan-centric programming – including blogs, viewing parties, webisodes, full episodes of the network’s hit programming, along with sneak peek exclusive previews and behind-the-scenes clips. 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.

 
  • Ethan

    Glad it’s ending now and not trying to extend itself past where it should be…this is one of the shows that by all measures was poor(writing acting subject matter) and yet was somehow enjoyable to watch…it’s good to have shows where u can just watch without having to pay too McGuire attention…bst example being 2 broke girls…I hope they end SL well and give everyone a happy ending…it’s just seems like one f those shows where they would do that

  • David Dixon

    Well, the show that got “Kyle XY” cancelled is ending itself. But, unlike Kyle XY, it is getting the chance to end the story on a satisfactory note. Kyle XY was cheated and I never liked ‘American Teenager.’

  • Mark Rabinowitz

    “Chaz Bono playing himself” – HA!… himself!

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