Sarah Palin appears to be on track to land her own daytime court show. The former vice presidential candidate has just signed a deal with Montana-based production company Warm Springs that should give Palin her own show, The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed reports.
“Big Ticket Entertainment’s Larry Lyttle, whose credits include both ‘Judge Judy’ and ‘Judge Joe Brown,’ is attached to the project as an executive producer,” THR reports. “The project is still in the early stages. The former governor of Alaska has not yet shot a pilot for the potential series or met with TV affiliates, and there is no studio currently attached. The hope is to launch a daytime syndicated series in fall of 2017.”
The report adds: “Palin does not hold a law degree, like her daytime legal counterparts. However, sources pointed to her impressive social media following as well as her several best-selling books as proof of her appeal to the daytime demographic.”