Fox to air 'Octomom' special

NEW YORK - The Fox network said Monday it will air a two-hour special on the life of 'Octomom' Nadya Suleman, based on footage bought from an online company that paid for access to her life.

Called 'Octomom: The Incredible Unseen Footage,' Fox has scheduled the show for 8 p.m. Aug. 19.

Suleman, already a single mother of six, gave birth to octuplets Jan. 26. Curiosity about Suleman turned to some outrage after it became clear that the single, unemployed mother had been using student loans and Social Security disability payments to help pay for her children's care.

Judge approves Jackson film

LOS ANGELES - Audiences will get to see the King of Pop perform one more time later this year after a judge approved a major deal to produce a movie fashioned from footage of his final rehearsals.

Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Mitchell Beckloff approved a deal on Friday between Michael Jackson's estate, concert promoter AEG Live and Columbia Pictures on Friday. He announced the ruling Monday during a hearing where a separate merchandising deal is being considered.

Columbia Pictures announced the movie will be in theaters on Oct. 30.

Gosselin: Couple would have failed anyway

NEW YORK - Kate Gosselin said her marriage to Jon would have failed whether it played out in the glare of a TV reality show or not.

'Was (divorce) a product of the show? I feel like it would have happened anyway - cameras on or cameras off,' she said.

Appearing on NBC's 'Today' Monday, Gosselin discussed her separation from her husband, which was announced in June on their TLC network reality show, 'Jon & Kate Plus 8.'

Despite their separation, both parents continue with the hit show, which documents the challenges of raising twins and sextuplets.