She has a fallback in case of the worst!
The Teen Mom world moves very quickly. Within a week’s time, it went from an award-winning show with millions of followers to potentially on the chopping block for cancellation. The cast members have found success as reality stars for almost ten years now, and while this has put a lot of money into their pockets, their busy schedules haven’t given them much time to develop backup plans. Teen Mom has to end one of these days, but some of the Moms might not be prepared for the financial changes when the show ends.
Now, it seems the end may be much closer than fans originally thought. With cast members getting fired — and some even suing the network — fans have every reason to believe that this season may be the last for the much beloved show. It looks like the cast themselves agree, and may even be trying to grab for back-up gigs when the seemingly inevitable cancellation finally comes.
Kailyn Lowry has always been business-minded, and so it’s no surprise that she’s already got a plan in mind. She’s just announced that she’s landed a new spin-off, so she should be prepared if the show gets the axe!
Ever since it started, Kailyn Lowry’s podcast with fellow reality star Lindsie Chrisley has been making a splash. From starting huge beefs with Briana DeJesus to leaking some harrowing behind-the-scenes experiences, she’s been spilling it all. Now it seems that her podcast may have made an even bigger change in her life, by landing her her own show.
“Kailyn and her Coffee Convos co-host Lindsie Chrisley are in talks for their own show,” a source told Radar Online.
“They have been approached by several networks already.”
The End Is Near?
It seems the new show may have a similar premise to Teen Mom. The source reveals it will focus on their lives as “working moms who are reality stars and podcast hosts while working on other projects and brands.”
This update has suspicious timing, considering rumors that Teen Mom may be getting the axe have begun to spread. Now that Farrah Abraham is in the process of suing MTV for $5 million and Jenelle’s husband David has been fired from the network, the show’s prospects are looking grim.
Pulling the Plug
A source close to Tyler Baltierra discussed the rumors that Teen Mom might be getting the axe.
“He doesn’t want anyone to pull the plug on the franchise,” the source told Radar, adding that everything is “up in the air right now.”
In fact, even though they’re filming, it’s possible the show might not go on. “They’re still going to film, but there’s no guarantee if that footage will see the light of day if something should happen,” the source said.