Teen Mom UK to launch in November
'Teen Mom UK' is set to launch in November.
The controversial documentary-type show, which became a hit in the US seven years ago, will travel across the pond as five teenage mothers from England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland let the cameras into their lives while they deal with the highs and lows of pregnancy, birth and motherhood.
The programme will capture every moment of the expectant teenagers' lives - from breakups, to finding the work/life balance, battling with postnatal depression and attempting to juggle a social life while caring for a newborn baby.
It's believed the forthcoming show, which has been slammed by critics, will educate teens on the reality of having a baby.
'Teen Mom' first launched in 2009 in America as the spin off of the popular '16 and Pregnant', which also debuted in 2009.
It followed three generations of teenage mothers and has been responsible for making Farrah Abraham a global name.
The gritty series came to an halt in 2012 but was revived last year and has since run for two more series.
Meanwhile, it's not yet known if bosses have found the five teenage mothers for the UK version of the show.
'Teen Mom UK' will hit television screens across the nation on November 2 on MTV.