Octuplet mom Nadya Suleman is closer to landing a reality show -- would you watch it?

photo credit: AFP/File/Robyn Beckphoto credit: AFP/File/Robyn BeckThis kind of crazy seems normal in the day of the life of octuplet mom, Nadya Suleman. Yesterday she told Life & Style that she was indeed filming a reality television show "a TV show is basically creating documentaries about the lives" of her children. She named the U.K.-based Eyeworks as the production company that would be filming her.

But it's a different story today. And we're not surprised!

The official word from Eyeworks CEO Reinout Oerlemans is that the company is still in discussions with Suleman. [US]

CNN reminds us that Suleman would not be the first parent(s) with a reality show following the lives of a super-sized family. We can watch "Jon & Kate Plus Eight," which follows Jon and Kate Gosselin. Or we can peek into the lives of the Duggar family in "18 and Counting," which will now follow the pregnancy of Anne Duggar (she's carrying the first Duggar grandkid).

So why such a fuss over Nadya Suleman? Do we want to see her fail? Or is because she does crazy things, such as trying to trademark the word "octomum"? (Oh yes she did. She filed an application with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on April 10 and the application said she "wants to put the Octomom name on television programs, clothing and disposable and cloth diapers." Did she even come up with the word?)

Okay, so let's say she does get a reality show, documentary, whatever, following her family's life. Would you watch it? (And be honest!)