'It Will Feel Like You Are Inside Her Life'


Indeed, that is the reward Fox plans for viewers Aug. 19, when its two-hour documentary Octomom: The Incredible Unseen Footage arrives on the network. Mike Darnell, the network's reality TV chief, promised revelations upon revelations in Radar Online's video shot in the days immediately following Nadya Suleman's octuplet birth, including her financial woes (though Radar paid her), her parenting difficulties (e.g. finding a sitter when Ann Curry comes calling), and her own folks' shellshocked grandparenthood. "Viewers will react strongly," the executive producer said. "They're going to have an opinion, one way or another." Fox, meanwhile, said it set aside a "six-figure amount" for her kids -- likely an average of about $40,000 per child and an option for Danny Boyle to dramatize their fraught lives for the 2025 Oscar season. Who's in? [EW]