New media studio DECA launched its YouTube original network of mom-centric programming called KinCommunity earlier this week. Some of the top female parents in female parent-oriented internet entertainment are sure to make appearances (DECA’s worked with names like Dooce, Soleil Moon Frye, and Daphne Brogdon on other projects), but two notable ladies with relatively new children who you won’t see on Kin are 1) Kourtney Kardashian (her mommy show is on on E! Online) and 2) Nadya Suleman aka Octomom (because her show is headed to Ustream).
TMZ reports the mother of 14(!!!) signed a six-figure deal with an unnamed production company to star in her own weekly original web series dubbed OctoTV. The program will be streamed live every Sunday from in and around Suleman’s house and will feature one of the world’s most famous moms discussing topics like “parenting, fitness, diet, nutrition, shopping on a budget and all those crazy rumors.” A trailer of sorts hit the internet on December 8, while the online original is officially set to launch before the end of the year.
The last time we’ve seen Suleman on any screen for any significant amount of time was back in August of 2009. That’s when the two-hour documentary Octomom: The Incredible Unseen Footage aired on Fox. Suleman also told Oprah in 2010 she will never do a reality television show.
Suleman’s brood of octuplets – Noah, Maliyah, Isaiah, Nariya, Jonah, Josiah, Jeremiah, and Makai – will be three years old on January 26, 2012.