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'Teen Mom' star discusses their "long day of filming"

Farrah Abraham attends OK! Magazine's 'So Sexy' NY party at Marquee on May 28, 2014 in New York City.
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"Teen Mom" will reportedly return to MTV in the next several months.

For weeks, fans have been hearing all about an alleged return of the hit series, and recently, one of its stars seemingly confirmed the news on their Twitter account.

"After a long day of filming time for rest!" Gary Shirley wrote on Twitter over the weekend, according to a July 28 report by The Stir.

In May of this year, Us Weekly reported that the cast of "Teen Mom," including Catelynn Lowell, Amber Portwood and Maci Bookout, would return to MTV for a possible fifth season of the series, which would follow the girls as they continue their lives as former teenage mothers.

The series had initially been canceled over two years ago after Portwood was sentenced to five years behind bars after failing to complete a court-ordered drug rehabilitation program.

According to Us Weekly, MTV execs "willingly cut Farrah" Abraham from negotiations after agreeing that she "set a bad example and doesn't represent the network well."

After the series was canceled, Abraham filmed a sex tape with porn star James Deen and later sold it to Vivid Entertainment. Following the tape's release, several of Abraham's co-stars, even those from "Teen Mom 2," slammed her for subjecting her daughter to having a sex tape star for a mother.

At the time, it was also reported that the three other girls were refusing to continue on with the series if Abraham was going to be included.