Just last year, Fox released the universally panned Almost Family as a lighthearted dramedy about the aftermath of a doctor illegally using his own sperm for hundreds of illegal IVF procedures. Almost Family and the Australian series it is based on, Sisters, are typical of pop-culture's portrayal of fertility fraud, says Ashlie D. Stevens. "While imperfect, HBO's recent documentary, Baby God rights that wrong," says Stevens. "Over the course of 78 minutes, filmmaker Hannah Olson pieces together the crimes of Nevada obstetrician-gynecologist Dr. Quincy Fortier who worked into his 90s and secretly impregnated his fertility clinic patients with his own sperm. The exact number of patients isn't known, nor the amount of children, though there's evidence of children that he fathered being born from the 1940s to the 1980s."