Life's A Tripp, A Bristol Palin Reality Series, Set For Lifetime
Despite rumors claiming Bristol Palin was happy to be out of the limelight, it still seems the young mother will take a TV deal when it is tossed in her direction. Palin was actually set to launch a reality series on Bio about her move to Los Angeles before it was scrapped late last year. Since then, Palin has returned home to Alaska and has been living a much quieter existence, which is exactly something Lifetime believes audiences will be into.
Lifetime has picked up ten episodes of Lifeís a Tripp, a new reality series that will follow 21-year-old Palin and her 3-year-old son, Tripp, as they settle down into a life that is a lot less hectic than the years Palin spent as an activist and a contestant on Dancing With The Stars. According to THR, Lifetime is very excited about the project, bringing in some of the networkís own people, including Rob Sharenow, Gena McCarthy, and Noah Pollack to executive produce, with Robyn Schneiders as a co-executive producer. Associate Television International will produce with David McKenzie, Jim Romanovich, and David Martin.
Although Palin has strayed away from curious eyes for a while now, Lifetime contends there is plenty going on in Palinís life that will be worth watching. With several famous faces in her life, including mother Sarah Palin, viewers will be privy to Palinís unique relationships and life experiences. Executive Producer Rob Sharenow says Lifeís a Tripp will expose a whole new side of Palin to audiences.
ďFrom the first moment she was thrust into the public eye, Bristol and her son have been the subjects of a huge amount of curiosity and misunderstanding. This show will reveal the real Bristol Palin and her journey as a daughter, a mother and a young woman making her way in the world."
Iím not positive the show will work out for the young mom. I do know one thing for certain: watching Palin deal with family and adventure in Alaska sounds a hell of a lot better than watching her try to "make it" in L.A.
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