More than 24,000 pages of correspondence from the former governor of Alaska were released Friday
Sarah Palin’s political ambitions are cutting the former Alaska governor’s days as a reality TV darling short. Sarah Palin’s Alaska, the Republican rock star’s popular travelogue series, is unlikely to return to TLC for a new season, Entertainment Weekly has learned. Palin’s possible run for The White House in 2012 has been the subject of
The Discovery Network will release a two-disc DVD set featuring the complete first season of TLC’s travelogue reality series Sarah Palin’s Alaska, CNN said this week. All seven episodes of the former GOP Vice-Presidential candidate’s reality show will be included in the set, which will retail for $19.98. The box set will not include outtakes,
Call it justifiable homicide of the electronic kind! Like most Americans with 20/20 vision and any sense of rhythm, Steven Cowan has been perplexed by Bristol Palin’s curious ability to keep advancing in TV’s Dancing With The Stars competition. (Republican Conspiracy *Cough* Republican Conspiracy….) Driven over the edge by Palin’s latest head-scratching routine, prosecutors in
Sarah Palin swaps politics for the great outdoors in the first promotional trailer for her new TLC docu-series, Sarah Palin’s Alaska, which debuted online on Thursday. If you’re a glutton for punishment, or just get a kick out of hearing the self-assesed “Pitbull in Lipstick” use the phrase “flippin’ funny,” feast your eyes on Exhibit
Newly surfaced footage of CBS anchorwoman Katie Couric warming up during the 2008 Republican National Convention seems to show the host making fun of former Republican governor Sarah Palin and her family.“Where the hell do they get these names?” Couric says on the tape after mentioning Sarah Palin’s youngest son, Trig, and her oldest, Track.