MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A television show following four identical quadruplets as they finish high school in Buffalo, Minn., premieres Tuesday at 10 p.m. Central Time on the Lifetime network.

According to Lifetime, the reality television series “Four of a Kind” will follow the 18-year-old sisters as they deal with senior year, homework, sports and boys.

The series will include six episodes — fewer than originally intended — a product of scheduling conflicts, according to Lifetime spokeswoman Theresa Black.

The show’s stars, Calli, Kendra, Megan and Sarah Durst, are no strangers to the spotlight. They appeared on high-profile talk shows as little tykes.

Lifetime says the siblings are one of only 63 sets of identical quadruplets in the world. Their mother, Naomi Durst, did not use fertility drugs in conceiving them.

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  1. S says:

    Its great to see the world take a look at good Ol Buffalo. I grew up a few years older than these girls and our whole town watched them grow! Great Family- great girls. its fabulous to see the raving reviews i have looked at so far after March 15th.

    Congrats Durst Family!!! Give BHS a remembered last 3 months of your high school!