London, Dec 14 (ANI): Sarah Palin has so far been unable to find a buyer for her latest reality show idea, which would focus on her husband Todd's career as a champion snowmobile racer.
It is touted to be a follow up to 'Sarah Palin's Alaska,' an eight-part travelogue which was sold to The Learning Channel (TLC) for more than 1 million dollars an episode and first broadcast in November 2010.
The show broke ratings records for a first episode on TLC, drawing more than five million viewers. However, it dropped to three million for the second episode and received mixed reviews, with entertainment industry bible Variety commenting "Boring? You betcha".
Discovery Communications, which owns TLC, has not bought the latest idea for a Palin show. Cable and satellite broadcaster A and E Networks, which bid for the previous series, is also reportedly not interested.
"I think it's safe to say her time has passed," the Telegraph quoted a network insider as telling the Hollywood Reporter.
In the last few years, the former governor of Alaska has made millions of dollars from two books and numerous public appearances, and she still has a 1 million dollar a year contract as a contributor to Fox News. (ANI)
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