Ellen Gray: TV teen shows inhabit another world. There's very little that's unexpected in "Make It," including the obvious editing of the gymnastics performances. Moving on may mean the CW's "Gossip Girl," where money confers a quasi-adult status on amazingly dressed adolescents, or MTV's "The Hills," where young adults behave like adolescents. Now you can listen to Philadelphia Orchestra performances free on demand. Inquirer Morning Newsletter. Chelsea Hobbs stars as Emily Kmetko, a girl from the wrong side of the gymnastic tracks who, in the tradition of every sports movie from "Rocky" to "The Cutting Edge," has been given a shot at the big time.
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Amy's far from the only one who's taught a lesson in this show, which also seeks to make things uncomfortable for her warring parents Molly Ringwald and Mark Derwin and just about everyone else in her life. Ellen Gray: TV teen shows inhabit another world. As if anyone would want them to be. Created by Brenda Hampton, whose "7th Heaven" boasted some of the least-believable teens ever on TV - as well as the largest audiences on its youth-oriented network - "Secret Life," which begins its second season tonight, reflects Hampton's fascination with sex and its consequences.