Palin Signs Off From ‘Alaska’

By Aliyah Shahid

Sarah Palin‘s term as Alaska governor isn’t the only thing that’s ended earlier than you might have thought.

The Mama Grizzly‘s TLC reality show, “Sarah Palin’s Alaska” won’t be renewed for a second season, according to Entertainment Weekly.

The eight-week series has had several headline-grabbing moments, including Palin declaring, “I’d rather be doing this than in some stuffy old political office,” while braving the great outdoors.

In another episode, the former vice presidential candidate made fellow TLC reality mom Kate Gosselin cry during a camping trip.

No explanation has been given as to why Palin’s show won’t continue, but insiders guess it has everything to do with a potential 2012 presidential run.

Despite bagging 3 million viewers each week for the TLC show — and the highest launch numbers ever for the cable channel — the rumored GOP presidential hopeful is out of the game.

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11 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. AFM
    Jan 10, 2011 @ 04:30:03

    The nails are being put into her coffin. She won’t even be elected garbage collector. Ain’t that just grand. When you incite people can you imagine what we would have to look forward to? Hate and revenge is what quitter Palin is about. You can’t run a country on this. Wake up. Now another congressman has been threaten. His name is Rep Davis. Sarah stop the madness and admit inciting people is wrong. Until then people will not look at you in the same light ever again. When you loose your reputation you loose everything.

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  2. californiacruisin
    Jan 10, 2011 @ 04:33:45

    I think the Tundra Turd will have a very difficult time recovering from her bulls-eye map repercussions. I also think that she and her family will be less than welcomed in the state of Arizona. That’s bad news for Alaskans and good news for us Californians who don’t want her anywhere near us. I have a feeling that she will be ostracized wherever she goes. We can only hope, eh?

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  3. Angie
    Jan 10, 2011 @ 05:37:55

    I hate to say it, because there are decent people in Arizona, but I think Sarah’s particular brand of hate will be more than welcome in Arizona.

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    • AFM
      Jan 10, 2011 @ 15:21:25

      Don’t hate to say it because its true. The sheriff who spoke about the hate that is going on there is telling the truth. I have a feeling they will welcome the Palins with open arms. I was reading on HuffingtonPost today were it said if you want to see how republicans will govern will us just look to AZ. Already committee chairs are taking away terms such ad Labor, civil rights and that is what we have to look forward to.

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  4. Angie
    Jan 10, 2011 @ 07:07:41

    In the wake of Saturday’s massacre, I would like to remind people that Sarah Palin published the address of a sitting judge in an effort to encourage harassment and intimidation of him. I believe the judge was presiding over Bristol’s custody hearing.

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    • maria
      Jan 10, 2011 @ 12:22:18

      I really take exception to your comment. I am a liberal and live in Tucson – two blocks from where the shooting took place. That is my regular grocery store where I go to every saturday morning. I would have been in line to see Gabrielle Giffords except that something delayed me at home. Arizona was not this bad until John McCain hooked up with something that Wasilla raised and bred. And Tucson was always much open and liberal than Phoenix.

      What you are exporting is neither wanted nor welcomed in Arizona.

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  5. Jocaved
    Jan 10, 2011 @ 12:08:01

    I hope Israel tells her to stay home. They don’t need to play with a grenade with a pin pulled like the quitter running around.

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  6. Kevin
    Jan 10, 2011 @ 14:06:49

    I believe Sarah Palin is what economists call a “wasting asset.” On one hand, she’s growing older. On the other hand, she’s not growing wiser. The more that becomes publicly known about her, the less people will be able to idealize/idolize her. In Arizona, she will be a carpetbagger competing with home-grown “radical conservatives,” and McCain’s ex-military machismo won’t rub off on her. Part of her appeal to “outsiders” (I’m one, but don’t find her appealing) was the romance of Alaska as “the last frontier” and all that, where real, tough, independent Americans still roam, wild and untamed. Arizona, on the other hand, is where elderly people retire who can’t stand the winters elsewhere. (Sorry, good Arizonans, I’m talking image, not necessarily reality — I’m an “easterner” from Albuquerque.) So if she goes there, I hope Arizona has a spa/clinic for MAWS (Media Attention Withdrawal Syndrome).

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    • AFM
      Jan 10, 2011 @ 15:28:53

      Well the sad thing is I have a niece who lives in AK and she said her show isn’t the AK she lives in. She sent me lovely pictures of bears fish hunting to far from where she lives. She and her husband are hunters and love fishing. Her fingernails are short. She can gut a deer and save the food. She says nothing goes to waste. She said you wouldn’t see a hunter leave meat behind like that. She also said Sarah is a liar about shooting.

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  7. MVDeb
    Jan 16, 2011 @ 01:49:05

    Notice the body language in the charming family photo on the shore of Lake Loony. She’s leaning away from “her” child. Like always. Levi kissing him at the RNC was the most telling pic I’ve ever seen. What teenage boy is so affectionate with somebody else’s kid? Not many. Not like that. Sad, sad family.

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