No Second Season For 'Sarah Palin's Alaska'
No more caribou hunting, fishing or camping with Kate Gosselin — Sarah Palin's Alaska will not be renewed for a second season, according to Entertainment Weekly.
The show, which stars former Alaska governor Sarah Palin along with her husband Todd and children Bristol, Willow, Piper, Track, Trig and grandson Tripp, aired its last episode Sunday night. It averaged 3.2 million viewers and generated plenty of controversy for the Fox News commentator and potential 2012 presidential candidate.
If Palin were to run for president in 2012 while shooting a second season of her show, TLC would have to provide equal access to airtime for all of Palin's opponents. —ISHITA SINGH
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