Is MTV Planning a Big Brother-Inspired Spin-off For Jenelle Evans and Farrah Abraham?
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Is MTV Planning a Big Brother-Inspired Spin-off For Jenelle Evans and Farrah Abraham?

There's no question that Jenelle Evans and Farrah Abraham have become MTV's major Teen Mom headliners. These ladies with babies have been in the news more than ever thanks to their less-than-favorable behavior (Jenelle was arrested for heroin possession while Farrah filmed a porno), and now is reporting that the network may be looking to cash in.

According to the site, MTV is planning a Big Brother-style spin-off featuring the two wayward women as they navigate their complex and volatile relationships with their mothers.

“Network executives are exploring having the Teen Mom star’s live in a house with their mothers for a week, or more, all while cameras roll, kind of like Big Brother,” an "insider" told Radar, adding that they'd be joined by a psychiatrist and a relationship counselor.

We'd love to see Barbara "HIGH HIGH YA BOTH HIGH" Evans back on our small screens — especially if Teen Mom 2 is, in fact, cancelled — and there's no question this mother/daughter duo would make for excellent TV. But after all Jenelle's been through, including her recent addiction to hard drugs, we think her mama drama is better settled off-screen.

As for Farrah, what can we say? She and her mother, Debra Danielson, are the epitome of dysfunction. And their fraught relationship has only worsened in the wake of Farrah's new career endeavor. There's no denying these ladies need some serious counseling, but preferably while the cameras aren't rolling.

But considering Jenelle could probably use the money and there's nothing Farrah won't do on camera (literally), we wouldn't be surprised if they jumped at the chance.

Do you think Farrah and Jenelle should join MTV's rumored new spin-off? Tell us below.


05.16.2013 / 12:00 AM EDT by Lindsay Dreyer
Related: Teen Mom, Farrah Abraham, Gossip, Jenelle Evans, Teen Mom 2

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