I think this system is broken, and I will be posting the details of why it's weird to the Space Journeys thread.
Binary system AB. A has 9 planets, B has 6, AB has 2 circumbinary. A has two planets with life, B has 3, and both of the 2 circumbinaries have life. The first circumbinary planet is itself a binary planet (Mass ratio 24-10), and both of these have life. None of the rocky planets, nor their moons, nor the rocky moons of the giants have life.
Total planets with life: 7, 8 if counting the binary planet as 2.
Holy wow, I found a system with nine planets with life, and it's not very far from Sol!
Around a red dwarf, There's a warm desert with organic uni, the same, but a cool desert.
There's also a frozen titan with exotic uni (both marine and terrestrial),
And since this is a binary system (one red dwarf and one brown dwarf) the brown dwarf has: A temperate oceania with organic marine uni, cool desert organic terrestrial uni, another frozen titan with exotic uni (both marine and terrestrial), and yet another frozen titan with subglacial unicellular life (organic).
Here's the star system: RS 8409-1353-9-94747388-37 A