All My Babies' Mamas Hour-Long Special Will Look At An Unusual Family
Have you ever wondered how a blended family featuring one daddy, an army of children, and a slew of mothers can work? Oxygen would like to explore that very premise with a one-hour special called All My Babies’ Mamas, which is set to premiere on the network sometime during the spring of 2013.
All My Babies’ Mamas is currently the working title for the special, which will follow one man and the various families he has created with multiple women, which are tied together due to their shared genes, but also their shared financial pool. Of course, this will often lead to strife and dysfunction, as the different mothers and children compete for time and affection with their father, but also who gets new school supplies. If you want to feel good about your own family, All My Babies’ Mamas is probably the special for you.
The network is reporting the project stems from Liz Gately and Tony DiSanto, the former who brought us Teen Mom and the latter who brought The Hills to the small screen. It promises “outrageous and authentic” drama drama, and I’m guessing if it does well on Oxygen, we’ll hear more from the dysfunctional families or other families of similar ilk in a series in the future. If the one-hour special goes to series, however, I hope the two executive producers will think of a snappier title than the one the show is currently rolling with. I personally think they should consider Baby Mama Drama or The Kids Aren’t Alright.
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