"Sarah Palin’s Alaska" has been one of the most successful shows ever for TLC, and now the network has apparently decided whether the widely buzzed-about show starring the former governor of Alaska will be back for a second season, Entertainment Weekly reports.
The answer, according to the story, is no.
The show has reportedly averaged 3.2 million viewers, and has brought a ton of publicity to the network, even though much of it has been negative. But the publication learned that producer Mark Burnett had no plans to head back to Alaska for a second season.
It was unclear whether the decision to pull the plug on the show was Palin’s. But the magazine reported: "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."
TLC had not confirmed the report.