The couple — who split in September — are trying to repair their marriage, and say they don’t want their problems documented by TV cameras!
Just because they have a reality TV show about their lives doesn’t mean that Raising Sextuplets stars Bryan Masche and Jennifer Masche want to share every aspect of their failing marriage with the world. In fact, when producers approached them with the idea of filming their personal testimonies about their broken home, both of them said no!
“Both Bryan and Jennifer rejected the chance to film the separate interviews because they just did not feel it was appropriate,” a source tells RadarOnline.com. And “despite their differences, both of them don’t want anything to do with a reality show just now because it is just too painful for them to discuss.”
This means that it’s unlikely that there will be a new season of their TLC show. “At this point another series of Raising Sextuplets is just not going to happen for them,” the source says. “Bryan wants to try and get his wife back but at present she does not want to reconcile with him.”
Right now, the pair — who are living separately in Arizona — are trying to figure out their next step. Jenny is currently living at her parents’ Camp Verde home with the couple’s six 3-year-olds, and Bryan is allowed to see them once a week.
“They are in the process of getting more of their belongings flown back from Florida and Jennifer has started a new job in Flagstaff, Arizona,” the insider shares. “Bryan’s family has tried to talk with him but he still wants his wife back, although at this point it just does not look like it will happen.”
“It’s a sad situation particularly because there are so many kids involved,” the source adds. “But at least Jennifer is allowing Bryan to have access to them.”
As of now, no final decision has been made with regards to Bryan’s Sept. 11 arrest on domestic violence charges. A hearing in the case has been postponed until Nov. 4.