With Amber Portwood sentenced to five years in prison after violating probation for a drug arrest last year, the new season of Teen Mom takes on a dark tone.
It's no secret Portwood has struggled with rage issues (the drug arrest was not her first legal run-in by a long shot), as well as addiction and depression.
She tackles all of these issues head-on in the final season of Teen Mom, beginning next Tuesday on MTV and chronicling her downward spiral in detail.
The new season begins with Portwood and off-and-on fiance Gary Shirley trying to stay together despite a no contact order which they repeatedly violate.
Portwood has to leave for (court-ordered) rehab to treat anger and pill problems, and it's very evident that she could use someone sympathetic to talk to.
She does not find that at Gary's house. Amber chugs a few glasses of wine and EXPLODES at him over their relationship and the future of their daughter.
In another episode, we will see part of Amber Portwood's journey in therapy as she reveals some very personal secrets and seems to truly be making strides.
She seems hopeful, even, which makes it even sadder knowing that she will later quit on rehab and ask the judge to send her to prison to save her life.
It's unclear how much of the most recent drama was filmed by MTV, but the final season of the hit show is almost guaranteed to end on a somber note.