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What On Earth Is David And Lori's Connection Beyond 'Carter'?
We're still reeling from Tuesday night's "Finding Carter" finale. So many questions! What's Lori planning to do with Carter? Does Mama Wilson think Carter willingly left with Lori? Are Taylor and Max ...
'Finding Carter' Poll: Should Max Have Ended His Relationship With Taylor?
It was frightfully unclear whether Max would make it after his shooting at the hands of Carter's troubled boyfriend Crash. But when the "Finding Carter" favorite finally opened his eyes, those closes...
What Is Lori's Plan Now That She's Kidnapped 'Carter' Again?
Discovering a child has been kidnapped is a hell no parent should ever have to endure, but on tonight's "Finding Carter" episode, Elizabeth Wilson was forced to live through the horror for a second ti...
Music From Finding Carter: Season 1 Finale
Finding Carter Featured Artist: Mikky Ekko Wally Gagel, Xandy Barry - "Night Sides" Previously On Mikky Ekko - "Smile" (Exclusive video on mikkyekko.mtv.com) Carter looks back at pictures on her wal...
Exclusive: Mikky Ekko "Smile" (LIVE video)
Mikky Ekko "Smile" (live) Get More: Mikky Ekko, Smile (Live), Music, More Music Videos Mikky Ekko's new single "Smile" just came out last month, and we haven't been able to stop listening, on re...
Exclusive Spotify Playlist: Finding Misterwives
Finding Carter + Misterwives = Finding Misterwives We're trying to hold back the tears from knowing that Season 1 of Finding Carter is coming to an end. What are tuesday night's going to be like with...
'Finding Carter' Poll: Is Carter Finished With Lori Once And For All?
Carter is about as unpredictable as they come — one minute, she's running away with a gun-toting juvenile delinquent and the next she's embarking on a World Apology Tour in an effort to make things ri...
Attention, 'Finding Carter' Fans: The Show's Stars Want To Have A Little Talk With You
To say the Wilson family has endured some ups and down since they were reunited with the long-lost Carter would be a gross understatement. To name just a few instances on "Finding Carter": relationshi...