Some moms blog for wieners, others make a career in show biz – at least this is what reality mom Kate Gosselin does, and she is not the only example. Nadya Denise Doud-Suleman Gutierrez herself had a few resonant TV apparitions, including “Octo-Mom: The Incredible Unseen Footage” on Fox this August and there are a few reports about her involvement in a reality show too.
I read a lot about popular mothers lately – some are bloggers, others are reality show celebrities. They do have one thing in common: a strong will to succeed in their careers. Understandable. As a matter of fact, Momlogic.com can be considered an inspiration for many women, and mothers – despite the harsh critiques received occasionally.
The exclusive footage provided by Radaronline.com that a new talk show is based on Momlogic.com has not yet been confirmed, nor could I find any such reference on Momlogic.com.
It makes sense, however, for Momlogic.com to be the source of inspiration for a show featuring any controversial personality like Kate Gosselin. Momlogic.com is mainly focused on celebrity moms, entertainment, lifestyle, sex, and etc. Its Managing Editor is Gillian Sheldon who was Supervising Producer at TMZ.com – definitely someone who knows what the readers want.
Usmagazine.com has confirmed that Gosselin and Paula Deen of Food Network taped a pilot of a future talk-show called “Mom Logic” in NYC this weekend, however nobody from Momlogic.com confirmed the site’s involvement and there is no proof that Gosselin is the host. There is no reference to the show on Foodnetwork.com either – so although Paula Deen has reportedly been named as the host and final authority, the famous chef does not promote this project just yet.
There is a MomLogic.com logo listed on Telepictures’ site (the company that was reported as the producer of the show) but this is just because of previous affiliations between the two sites and not as a proof that Telepictures develops any new talk-show titled “Mom Logic.”
I asked Gillian Sheldon on Twitter to help solve this mistery and provide information about the relation between Momlogic.com and the show with the same name, but I haven’t received any answer yet. I’ll definitely keep the readers posted when (and if) I do.