‘OutDaughtered’ Star Adam Busby Says Viewers Will See How His Job “Caused Tension” Between Him & Wife Danielle in Upcoming Season

“We’re already busy— why not add a TV show, too!?”

The Busby family returns to TV next week with a new season of OutDaughtered–- one that father-of-six Adam Busby says will show a dynamic between him and wife Danielle Busby that viewers have never seen before.

In an interview with Us Weekly, the 41-year-old photographer said Season 10 of the TLC series will reveal to viewers how his decision to expand his job to work outside of the Busby family home led to “growing pains” in his and Danielle’s marriage. 

Adam noted that up until Season 10, his photography work was primarily done from home and that he only traveled occasionally for certain projects. After expanding his workload to include photoshoots and brand work outside of the home, however, Adam said there was a shift in how he and Danielle managed their six daughters– 13-year-old Blayke and nine-year-old quintuplets Ava, Olivia, Hazel, Riley and Parker.

“ … it’s caused tension as far as trying to make sure everything’s scheduled and stuff like that,” he said. 

Adam said while his previous workload never required him to “worry” about things like the Busby family’s shared calendar, now, on “any given day,” he “could be off on a shoot or off at some promotional event.” 

“It’s a lot different,” he told the magazine, admitting that the change created “some growing pains” between him and Danielle, but that he feels they are now “in a much better place as far as having things figured out.” 

“We still have six kids and so there’s always something for sure,” he said, referring to not only his and Danielle’s work obligations, but the various activities their daughters are involved in. 

“This season it was like, ‘Man, OK, how are we going to do this?’ We need to be in three and four places at the same time,” he said. “We definitely need to find some help that can help manage the house and also help a little bit with the kids or get kids to certain places because one of us is out or whatnot.” 

In the Season 10 trailer, viewers see Adam and Danielle–- who runs a clothing boutique–- discuss the idea of hiring help, though they soon realize that finding a willing employee is easier said than done.

“If you put on a job description, ‘quintuplets … ‘“ Adam says, to which Danielle adds, ‘They’re like, HECK no.” 

Later in the trailer, Danielle tells Adam if they’re unable to find someone who is up for the task, one of them may have to reassess their respective work obligations. 

Despite the “growing pains” he and Danielle have faced as a result of his job, Adam told Us Weekly he’s enjoying his new role. 

Hazel, revealing how the rest of the family feels about Adam’s new work sitch. (Probably.)

“I’m a partner in the company and so things look a lot different now, but it’s fun,” he said. 

Season 10 of ‘OutDaughtered’ premieres May 7 on TLC. Click here to watch the trailer. 

RELATED STORY: Adam & Danielle Busby Talk About Taking Two Years Off From ‘OutDaughtered’: “We Said No to a Lot of Things” 

(Photos: TLC; Instagram) 

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  1. Their marriage has been converted into a business deal, imo. Not that that’s unusual.

    It was weird a couple of seasons ago when he was struggling with depression, then that storyline seemed to just get dropped without ever showing how it was resolved, if it was, which I doubt.


  2. Such a difference from all the teen mom people. Adam and Danielle working away even if they don’t have to.


    1. Yes, granted, they both have other jobs, but at the end of the day, they’re still using their children as a commodity—much like Jon and Kate.

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