Octuplet mom Nadya Suleman is exploring revenue sources, which may include a reality TV show.
Suleman's attorney, Jeffrey Czech, confirms with People.com that Suleman probably will sign a deal very soon to feature her and her family of 14 children.
Going "real" may have everything to do with the need for cash. Earlier this week, Suleman said she is contemplating applying for federal assistance to feed her brood.
Czech told People, the show would revolve around Suleman doing daily activities like learning to drive a passenger van, going on a date or family holidays. But production would not start until the babies are older.
Do you think Nadya is ready for the limelight? Has the show "Jon & Kate Plus 8" taught her nothing?