Sarah Palin Reality Show

December 14, 2011 by staff 

Sarah Palin Reality Show, Sarah Palin is really feeling the pains of obscurity. UK’s Telegraph reported the former vice presidential candidate and GOP sweetheart is having a hard time finding a network to pick up her new reality show. Since TLC canceled Sarah Palin’s Alaska in November last year, she’s announced that she won’t be running for president, has been hired by Fox News as a special correspondent, and has been getting rejection after rejection from networks who don’t want to pick up her new reality show, which is focused around her husband and his career as a champion snowmobile racer.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, Mark Burnett, who produced Sarah Palin’s Alaska is also behind the new show.

The two are asking for a salary of $1 million an episode, which they received for Sarah’s previous reality show. So far, TLC, A&E Networks and Discovery have passed up on the opportunity.

Of course it’s no surprise that networks aren’t interested. After all, the 47-year-old, and even daughter Bristol, has been absent from headlines for quite some time, minus a few irrelevant scandals.

But she can’t be too unhappy about the situation, after all she is being paid a cool $1 million to work for Fox.

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