Kate Gosselin is more out of lucky by the day of finding a network that will sign her up for her own reality TV show. In the last week, this subject has been explored by the 37-year-old single mom of eight. Sources and TV insiders have talked about Gosselin's attempts to make a comeback on television with the latest being Scrape TV Entertainment analyst Tracey Temple.
From what I've heard people don't even want to take meeting with Gosselin in large part because they don't really want her show, any show in fact, involving her or her ridiculous number of kids. ... I suppose she could start her own network, but that kind of thing takes a lot of money and effort. She has the labour, no doubt, but I would bet she lacks the will to makes something like that happen.
Temple understands that raising eight children for Kate Gosselin must take a lot of money, and TV surely brings the income in she's accustomed to. The analyst said clearly Kate doesn't want to work and is determined to keep herself in the spotlight.
Kate said in her Today interview with Ann Curry Tuesday that her children miss being on TV. She added that they're doing well in school and are happy kids. On Wednesday, a report was out that WE, Oxygen, and some other networks want nothing to with Gosselin.
Will fans ever see Kate Gosselin on reality TV again?