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MTV's Season Finale of '16 & Pregnant' Hit Series Highs Among Both P12-34 (1.9) and Total Viewers (2.1 Million) Thursday, Ranking as the Number One Primetime Cable Program
Date:7/20/2009

NEW YORK, July 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Reflecting on teen pregnancy, one of the most controversial and thought provoking topics today, MTV's "16 & Pregnant" season finale hit series highs among both P12-34 (1.9) and total viewers (2.1 million) on Thursday, July 16, ranking as the number one primetime cable program among P12-34. Viewers can catch more of their favorite series with the "16 & Pregnant: Life After Labor" finale special, hosted by Dr. Drew Pinsky, on Thursday, July 23 at 10pm ET/PT. Additionally, MTV will double up on the drama airing "16 & Pregnant: Unseen Moments, Hosted by Dr. Drew" Thursday, July 30 at 10pm ET/PT followed by a special episode of "True Life: I'm Having Twins" at 11pm ET/PT.

Thursday's finale capped off a season of strong ratings reaching a total audience of over 31 million viewers, consistently taking the #1 spot in its time period among F12-34 and #1 across all of television among F18-24. "16 & Pregnant" also found success online, with more than 9.1 million streams since premiering on June 11.

The "16 & Pregnant: Life After Labor" finale special, hosted by Dr. Drew Pinsky, will be an issue-driven forum on teen pregnancy. All six of the teen mothers profiled on season one of the series will participate in this event. Dr. Drew will discuss each girl's episode, specific issues and challenges and update us on what's going on in their lives now. This open discussion will provide a platform to address the controversial topics that were shown in season one: birth control, adoption, abortion, marriage, religion, gossip, finances, high school graduation and employment. During the show, Dr. Drew will field questions by members of the live studio audience, as well as select emails from viewers.

Dr. Drew will return to MTV on Thursday, July 30 at 10pm ET/PT to host "16 & Pregnant: Unseen Moments, Hosted by Dr. Drew," a comp
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