Jenelle Evans announced earlier this week that she was launching a YouTube show. For a long time, Evans has talked about launching a YouTube show about her life, especially since she didn't like how she was being portrayed on "Teen Mom 2." Evans didn't like the way producers always tried to make look like she didn't have her life together, that she was horrible in her relationships, and that she was neglecting her children. It sounds like her children won't be a big part of her new YouTube show, as it is about going on adventures off the grid. Jenelle recently promoted her show to her followers, sharing that the first episode would launch this Friday.

According to a new tweet, Jenelle Evans is now facing the fact that people aren't necessarily all that interested in her new show. As she promoted the show on Twitter, people were quick to slam her idea for a YouTube show. Followers were quick to point out that she couldn't launch a television show on her own. One person compared her to Kailyn Lowry, revealing that her show isn't considered a show either. Of course, this is all up for interpretation.

Fans not planning on watching

Even though Jenelle Evans is thrilled about launching this new web show as part of her new career path, it sounds like fans aren't willing to follow her along the way. Surely, she will get some followers who are happy to watch because they are excited about her adventures.

Evans has revealed that her show is about adventures off the grid, which could mean she's traveling and documenting some of her adventures away from North Carolina. However, it's possible that she will have to travel more to get more footage.

Distancing herself from MTV?

For years, Evans has talked about distancing herself from MTV and "Teen Mom 2," because she didn't like the way she was being treated. A few years ago, she revealed she wanted to film her family for herself and upload it to YouTube. However, the show never happened, possibly because MTV told her that she couldn't do a show that could compete with "Teen Mom 2." Now that her husband has been fired from MTV, it's possible they are doing this show to prove that their marriage is just fine, even though many viewers claim that David is a bad influence on Jenelle.

Right now, they are keeping a low profile.

What do you think about Jenelle Evans' show already being criticized before the first episode? Do you think she's planning on doing this show over the long term?