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TLC Wants More Kate Gosselin

Apparently, people aren't as sick of Kate Gosselin as we think.

First, we know that someone is voting for her on Dancing With the Stars. Now comes word that TLC has plans for TWO new shows for the newly single mom.

The first one to launch will be Twist of Kate, a show where Gosselin will travel the country looking to -- wait for it -- counsel other families. Wow. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Twist of Kate will debut in the third quarter of 2010.

At some point, we will also see Kate Plus 8, which continues the defunct Jon & Kate franchise. However, instead of following the family with a camera, it will be more of a clip show -- since the eight Gosselin kids (remember them?) are tied up in legal ramblings that prohibit them from being filmed. We're not sure when that one is scheduled to premiere, but it will be interesting to see how many shows they can get out of it.

Not to worry, though. TLC has two other large families they plan to destroy fairly soon. Quintuplet Surprise follows a family with one 6-year-old and five newborns, while Carpio Family Project will have an 8-year-old and 18-month-old sextuplets.

For now, though, you'll just have to be happy watching Gosselin dance for her life (and screen time) every Monday and Tuesday on ABC's Dancing With the Stars.


Posted by Rachel Cericola on April 9, 2010 10:23 AM
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