Nadya Suleman, the woman known as 'Octomom', has landed a six-figure deal to dish out parenting advice in a web series via Ustream.
The Internet show will focus on topics such as health, fitness, diet and -- oh yeah -- parenting, TMZ reports.
The mother of 14 won't even have to leave the comfort of her living room to broadcast the show. The program, which is set to launch on Dec. 18, will be streamed from her house every Sunday according to the report.
"I'm a great caretaker of 14 kids, and I'm a type-A personality workaholic, and there's nothing really I won't do in regard to providing for my kids," Suleman says in the trailer.
Ustream was also home to Charlie Sheen's show, "Sheen's-Korner," which was featured shortly after the star was fired from "Two and a Half Men," Babble Celebrity points out.
Let's just hope the scenes for the Octomom's new show are less chaotic than the atmosphere at Suleman's last appearance on NBC's "Today".
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