Say what you want about Kailyn Lowry, but no one can deny that she’s ambitious! The 25-year-old mama is raising three kids, plans to go to grad school, and seemingly has her own Teen Mom 2 spin-off coming soon! The gorgeous blonde has long shared her own concept for a show — appropriately named Kail and the Chaos — and in an exclusive interview with In Touch last week, the reality star revealed even more details about her upcoming show. Watch the video below for more!
We’re not sure what we could expect from a Kail-centric spin-off, but, based on her Snapchats, there will be lots of cute kids, lots of cute dogs, a decent amount of studying (if she does go to grad school — it’s worth noting that she graduated with her Bachelor's degree in May), and daily trips to Starbucks! Hey, that doesn’t sound half bad, actually!
Yet Kail isn’t the only Teen Mom vying for her own spin-off! Back in September, Farrah Abraham exclusively told In Touch that she’d be interested in her own spin-off if the right opportunity came along. “I think it’s finding the right spin-off,” she told In Touch at the time. She added, “You know, I don’t know what would be the perfect way for me to get the full effect of Farrah — so many shows only show bits and pieces and they don’t really show who I am and everything that I can do, but I think when that certain project or opportunity brings itself, then I would definitely do it, but I don’t want a show that’s stagnant — that gets boring.”
Catelynn Lowell and Tyler Baltierra briefly had their own spin-off, called Reunited; the show helped connect people with their biological families — a cause near and dear to their hearts, considering they were teenagers when they placed their firstborn, Carly, up for adoption eight years ago. With the exception of Reunited, there haven’t been any Teen Mom spin-offs — though we have been able to enjoy one-off specials focused on some of the show’s minor characters, like Amber Portwood’s new man Andrew Glennon, Ryan Edwards’ parents Jen and Larry, and Farrah’s on-again, off-again beau Simon Saran.