Fox is reviving Octomom mania with a two-hour special on Nadya Suleman that will air Aug. 19.

“Octomom: The Incredible Unseen Footage” is a no-host documentary based on footage generated during the more than six months that a crew from RadarOnline.com spent living with Suleman and her family since January, when she gave birth to octuplets after already having had six children. Craig Piligian of Pilgrim Films and Television is exec producing.

The deal to air the special on Fox came together four weeks ago, according to Fox alternative topper Mike Darnell, who added that Suleman did not get the right to control or sign off on the content.

“It’s not interviews,” Darnell told Daily Variety. “This is her life with her family, with her mother, her father, bringing all the kids home.”

Piligian said the special is presented without “all the bells and whistles” of a typical reality program.

“It’s very straightforward (and) follows a timeline,” Piligian said. “The way it was shot was incredibly eerie and intimate, and you really get a sense of what her life was like.”

Darnell said Pilgrim and Fox have opened a “six-figure account” to benefit Suleman’s children. Earlier this summer, California labor officials sanctioned RadarOnline for violating child labor laws while filming Suleman’s children, though a full investigation is continuing. In a separate legal skirmish, a California appeals court ruled last week in favor of Suleman and against an attempt to have an independent guardian for the children’s trust.