Octo-Mom's Kids Are Gonna Get PAID!
And with 14 kids, that adds up to a lot of cash—a grand total of $250,000 over the next three years. Silk Underoos for everyone!
While a judge has yet to approve the agreements, it looks like the show is going full-speed ahead. The series will reportedly be produced by Eyeworks, the geniuses behind Breaking Bonaduce and The Biggest Loser, and is scheduled to begin taping on September 1.
Let us know in the comments section: Will you be tuning in to Nadya Suleman's reality show?