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A four dimensional ultrasound is seen at a pregnancy clinic in Arlington, Texas Nov. 26, 2007. (REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi) A four dimensional ultrasound is seen at a pregnancy clinic in Arlington, Texas Nov. 26, 2007. (REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi)  

Pregnant Girls Gone Wild

Lifetime announced a new show Wednesday guaranteed to replace “Keeping up with the Kardashians” as the most disturbing reality show on television.

“Born in the Wild” will follow pregnant women who choose to give birth outdoors and unassisted, Entertainment Weekly reports. The inspiration comes from this video of a mom giving birth in the forest, which more than 23 million unfortunate people have seen (WARNING: NSFW).

“These are all people who have already had babies in hospitals who had unsatisfying experiences and who are choosing to have different experiences,” Lifetime explained in a press release.

It totally makes sense that a woman would be unsatisfied with all the drugs, cleanliness, medical expertise and technology, and lack of Lifetime producers associated with a standard birth. It’s such a great idea, some people are worried the show could start an epidemic of women refusing to go to the hospital to give birth.

But Lifetime is rightly not concerned. “I’m not worried this is going to spark a trend,” Eli Lehrer, senior VP and head of nonfiction programming, told Entertainment Weekly. “I truly don’t think this is something people would enter into lightly. This is a very specific subset of people doing this.”  

The location will be within a certain radius of a hospital and a medical technician will of course be on-hand, just in case things get TOO wild.

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