Farrah Abraham Says She’d Be Open to a ‘Teen Mom OG’ Reunion, But Would MTV Welcome Her Back?

Could a Teen Mom OG reunion be in Farrah Abraham‘s future? 

More than two years after leaving the MTV series, Abraham says she’d be up for reconnecting with her former costars Maci Bookout, Catelynn Baltierra, and Amber Portwood. But would the network that fired her be open to working with Abraham again? 

Farrah Abraham would like to have ‘adult conversations’ with other ‘Teen Mom’ stars

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In an interview with In Touch Weekly, Abraham said she “would be open” to reuniting with the rest of the Teen Mom cast — provided they can keep old drama in the past. 

“I think adult conversations would be amazing,” Abraham said. “I mean, I would be open to even hosting a special for Teen Mom, you know, and having all those conversations with everyone. Maybe I’ll pitch that, but I don’t know when they’re going to be back to [filming].”

If she were to film a reunion special with the rest of the cast, Abraham says she’d be taking precautions to stay safe. 

“I definitely just will have my own security as my own way of protecting myself,” she said. “I’m always ready for a conversation.” 

Abraham doesn’t keep in touch with the rest of the ‘Teen Mom’ cast 

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Abraham does not keep in touch with any other Teen Mom stars, but she is in contact with people who work on the show behind the scenes, she told Us Weekly earlier in 2020.

“I talk to the creators and the executives surrounding that,” the My Teenage Dream Ended author said. “I’m just on an executive level, and that’s where my life is.” 

“I don’t speak to people who don’t support me or bash me, who have tried to hurt me or my family,” she added before saying that she wished the other women on the show “all the best.”  

Abraham was fired from ‘Teen Mom’ because of her career choices

Abraham appeared on four seasons of Teen Mom as well as several seasons of the reboot, Teen Mom OG. But she was eventually fired because she was difficult to work with and refused to give up her career in adult entertainment. 

“If you chose to work in the adult industry, we can’t continue to film your story for Teen Mom,” producer Morgan J. Freeman said in an episode of the show that aired in March 2018. 

Abraham didn’t always get along with the rest of the cast

The Couples Therapy alum had also clashed with other cast members. They were reportedly worried her risqué line of work would be a negative influence on their own children. A 2014 report in Us Weekly said the three other women featured on the show weren’t willing to come back if Abraham was involved. 

“They don’t want their kids on a show where someone’s talking about sex toys,” a source told the magazine. But they apparently relented, with all four women eventually returning for Teen Mom OG. But before Abraham’s departure from the show, she feuded with the other moms, particularly Bookout.

Though Abraham eventually left Teen Mom, she didn’t leave MTV behind entirely. She was a contestant on season 2 of Ex on the Beach, which premiered in late 2018. Perhaps the network — and the other moms — would be willing to work with her again.