As anticipated, Nadya Suleman – a.k.a. California’s Octomom – says she is in serious talks with a U.K.-based production company to do a docu-series that would air on TV overseas. Suleman told Life & Style magazine that she would allow the British arm of the independent production company Eyeworks to film her brood six times a year. “What I’m doing with this TV show is basically creating documentaries about the lives of my children. It’s going to be an ongoing thing, and it will follow them from now until they are 18,” she told the magazine. Eyeworks chief executive officer Reinout Oerlemans would only say the company is in “exclusive negotiations” with Suleman for “an unscripted format following the life of Nadya and her children.”
Posted April 15 2009 — 10:11 PM EDT
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