David Mc Kenzie, the executive producer of “Dancing With the Stars” finalist Bristol Palin’s new reality series, says the program will come out later this year.“We’re still working out the format,” Mc Kenzie told the New York Daily News, adding that the show is slated to be released in November.
“What makes this great reality is that it’s not what you expect.
Bristol Palin's home recently hit the market as a rental for $1,400 a month.
When Bristol Palin bought a home in Maricopa, AZ in 2010, nearly everyone — from TMZ to the Washington Post — began speculating that the oldest Palin daughter would be attending Arizona State University for a degree in journalism.
Anyway, check out more pics of the pair enjoying some dogs in the gallery (below).
Can't remember why this show is actually going to be important or whatever.
The as-yet-untitled series will follow her move from Alaska to Los Angeles with her son, Tripp, to work at a small charity.
She will live with actor brothers Kyle and Christopher Massey.
The Daily Caller’s Jonathan Strong reported earlier on Tuesday that Sarah Palin’s aide Rebecca Mansour had exchanged messages with a Twitter acquaintance about finding a decent man for Bristol.
Though Bristol Palin adores Tripp, she’s not looking to get pregnant again for a while.“Not anytime soon,” Bristol Palin told the publication, which noted that this question prompted an “awkward laugh” from the Alaskan.
This is not we’re going-to-fight-every-few seconds. This is three young people with a young child who share a lot in common — many of the same values that the Palin family shares.
These are kids who want to do good things.”The untitled show, which is centered on Palin, her toddler Tripp, and friends Kyle and Chris Massey, will air on the BIO Channel.
Johnston’s smarmy habits didn’t go unnoticed by a noteworthy staffer of Sarah Palin, either.