"Twist of Kate" will follow the reality star and supermom as she visits the homes and workplaces of her subjects, where she will exchange insights for living. The 12-episode season will premiere in late summer, the TLC network said Thursday.
"I look at it as a loose concept," Gosselin, who has denied rumors that she was contemplating doing a dating or talk show, said in an interview with USA Today. "I want to be out there learning from others, helping to provide insight whenever I can, though I don't consider myself an expert on anything."
The single mother of young twins and sextuplets, Gosselin will also revisit her family life for a series of "Kate Plus 8" specials beginning in June.
Kate and her then-husband Jon starred for several seasons in the hit reality series "Jon & Kate Plus 8," which collapsed last fall as the couple's marriage fell apart.
This week, Jon Gosselin sued his ex-wife for primary custody of their eight children.
Gosselin's attorney, Anthony List, has previously accused Kate Gosselin of neglecting the children because she appears on ABC's "Dancing with the Stars," a charge her attorney rejected as "patently false."
"Twist of Kate" Will Follow the Reality TV Mom as She Profiles Women Facing Everyday Challenges, Set to Premiere This Summer