OMG! Despite Dad's Violent Tirade, 'Raising Sextuplets' Is Being Renewed For Another Season! Is That Just Wrong?

Thu, September 23, 2010 10:07am EDT by 2 Comments

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This is unbelievable! After Bryan Masche flipped his lid and was arrested on domestic violence charges, the WE Network is reportedly rewarding the troublemaker dad with a new season of his reality show!

Bryan Masche, 32, has stirred up a lot of controversy since his Sept. 11 arrest on domestic violence charges but that doesn’t seem to be hindering the success of his TV show on the WE Network, Raising Sextuplets! “After all the attention that arrest has received the network immediately ordered another season,” a TV insider tells Rob Shuter of “Cameras didn’t capture the incident but you can bet its going to be a major storyline on the third season with Bryan trying desperately to clear his name while at the same time being a father to his kids and loving husband to his beautiful wife Jenny.”

The trouble began when Bryan and his wife, Jennifer, 35, got into an argument at her parents’ Arizona home over whether or not to take their six 3 year-olds, Savannah, Bailey, Grant, Cole, Molli, and Blake to Phoenix or Lake Havasu City. The disagreement escalated when Bryan tried to load three of the kids into his car — along with four guns!

“This is TV gold,” an insider tells PopEater. “The entire next season will have everyone tuning in to see if Bryan is indeed a good father or a monster. WE couldn’t have scripted this better if they had tried. You can bet cameras will be with Bryan on October 7th when he’s expected back in court.”

With all this violence and aggression, we don’t understand how renewing the show can be a good thing for the Masche family! Jenny and the kids remain at her parents’ home, while Bryan is laying low at an undisclosed location. While her dad told that she hasn’t filed for divorce yet, do you think it’s a good idea for Jenny and the kids to be put into a potentially dangerous situation for the sake of a TV show?

–Leigh Blickley