We are reviewing all the cancelled shows and renewed shows of 2011. And the year came out in its first week already giving way to a couple renewals. And cancellations were not happening; but so long happy days. TLC cancels Sarah Palin´s Alaska and not bringing it back for a second season.
In this case, even though the show was solid in the ratings, averaging 3,2 million viewers, will not be back and sounds quite right.
Entertainment Weekly folks reported the reason:
it makes sense why Palin wouldn’t want to commit to another season: If she and her family chose to shoot more episodes, it would surely be interpreted as a sign that she had no plans to run for office. By not doing a second round, Palin would spare TLC the trouble of having to provide her fellow candidates with equal-access time of their own in the event she did decide to run.
What is Sarah Palin´s Alaska About? Plot
Sarah Palin’s Alaska is an American television show about the state of Alaska, hosted by former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin and produced by Mark Burnett Productions for Discovery Communications for air on TLC. According to Palin, the show’s aim is to bring “the wonder and majesty of Alaska to all Americans.” The series is eight episodes long, and is part travelogue, part documentary series.
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