"Octo-Mom" Nadya Suleman has revealed new details about her nascent reality show — but the deal isn't done just yet.
On Wednesday, Suleman opened up about the possible show, explaining that it would be a documentary series versus traditional reality fare. "It's going to be an ongoing thing, and it will follow them from now until they are 18," she told Life & Style.
Suleman's attorney Jeff Czech told TVGuide.com that she is looking for a production style "that's not very invasive" in her life. The current proposal calls for a crew to film the mom and her brood six times a year or so, at milestones like birthdays and when the children learn to walk.
"We're working diligently," Czech said of his exclusive negotiations with Eyeworks, a U.K. production company. Czech said he expects the deal to close within the next two days.
Suleman isn't the only faux celebrity seeking a reality gig. Earlier this week, former Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich, pending court approval, was cast in NBC's I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Outta Here!, while incarcerated quarterback Michael Vick hopes to get his own show chronicling his upcoming release from prison.
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