By Debbie Emery - Radar Reporter
"Her computer broke and it is getting fixed so we had to push it," Suleman's spokesperson told RadarOnline.com.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Octo-Mom plans to broadcast the show every week to offer tips that are essential to every mom.
“I will be hitting on parenting, fitness, diet, nutrition, shopping on a budget and all those crazy rumors...LIVE from my home!” said Nadya.
The premiere of the series has now been pushed back to Christmas Day.
Having fallen behind on the payments for her $525,000 Southern California home, the latest career crisis will surely add to Suleman's from high-profile financial problems.
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