Teen Mom OG ratings plummet as fans beg MTV to cancel ‘boring’ series – The Sun

TEEN Mom OG ratings have plummeted by over 100,000 viewers since the season premiere, as fans of the MTV series are calling for the now to be canceled because of the “boring” storyline, The Sun can exclusively reveal.

The March 17 premiere brought in 859,000 viewers, according to Showbuzz Daily.

For the March 24 episode, 846,000 fans watched the show.

Ratings took a dive for the March 31 episode, as around 100,000 viewers tuned out, with ratings reaching only 743,000 people.

The April 7 show had the worst ratings of the season with only 713,000 viewers.

Tuesday night’s episode brought in 723,000 fans.

TMOG ratings are low compared to last season.

The show, which features Maci Bookout, Amber Portwood, Catelynn Lowell, Cheyenne Floyd and Mackenzie McKee, kicked off with 990,000 viewers for the June 10 premiere.

The August 19 finale dipped to 760,000.

Low ratings come after The Sun exclusively revealed MTV canceled Teen Mom: Young and Pregnant after two seasons.


Young and Pregnant's second season premiered in October with 410,000 viewers.

Viewership dropped to 350,000 by the second episode.

The season finale brought in 470,000 viewers.

Fans have been calling for the cancellation of the TMOG.

One fan wrote: “Can you pls bring back teen mom young and pregnant, the OGs are boring and we already know they lifestyle nothing has changed, young and pregnant so much energy I love them girls.”

A second tweeted: “Same boring story line, NO ONE CARES. Cancel TM2 & TMOG & bring back Y&P!”

A third viewer wrote: “Someone please cancel this show!!!!!!”

And a fourth said: "Just cancel this crap show already. I'm pretty sure no one cares about them anymore. I know I don’t.”

But a series cancellation would mean bad news for Catelynn and her husband Tyler Baltierra, as The Sun exclusively broke they were hit with over $800,000 in tax liens.

Catelynn, 28, and Tyler, 28, were slapped with a federal tax lien for $535,010.97 on November 19, 2019 for the 2016 and 2017 years.

The couple received another federal tax lien in the amount of $321,789.06 on December 16, 2019 for the 2018 year.

A clerk for the Michigan court confirmed to The Sun that both liens remain unpaid.

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