"Teen Mom OG" star Farrah Abraham is getting ready to take on a brand new Reality TV show. The MTV star has reportedly replaced Jenelle Evans on a WETV network series. According to reports, Jenelle was approached by the network to appear on a family therapy style reality series. Evans claimed that she pulled out of the show because she was pregnant, but sources are singing a different tune. The network allegedly didn't want Evans on the show after finding out she was pregnant with her third child. However, Jenelle and her lawyer reportedly fought to stay on the series. However, Jenelle's plans were nixed when her mother, Barbara Evans, who was also set to appear with her daughter on the show, dropped out of the project.

Since the show is about family therapy, the network didn't want just Jenelle and her boyfriend, David Eason. So, they went to their second choice, which wasn't not Farrah Abraham.

'Teen Mom' merry-go-round

The network seemingly wanted Amber Portwood to replace Jenelle Evans on the reality series, but Amber had to refuse the offer. Portwood, who is still recovering from her recent plastic surgery "mommy makeover," couldn't commit to the show due to her recovery. This week, Amber revealed via Twitter that she passed on the project, and that the network went to their third choice, which is Farrah Abraham. As many "Teen Mom" fans know, Farrah has appeared on many reality TV shows in addition to "Teen Mom" and "16 and Pregnant." She's appeared on "Botched," "Celebrity Big Brother," "Millionaire Matchmaker," and "Couples Therapy." Farrah's father, Michael, has already announced that he and Farrah were heading to L.A.

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to begin filming a new show, seemingly confirming the news that Farrah had taken Jenelle Evans place on the series.

Who needs family therapy more?

Meanwhile, reports suggest that there is serious tension between Jenelle Evans' camp and the network, would could cause the "Teen Mom 2" star some legal issues. While Jenelle and her lawyer fought hard to be apart of the show, now that she's dropping out there could be legal consequences if she's already signed a contract. While none of this drama is likely to be seen on "Teen Mom," it will be interesting to see Farrah Abraham on the show when it begins airing.