Bristol Palin’s life apparently isn’t that interesting to anyone, because her new reality show is bombing in the ratings, and the Lifetime network is yanking the show from their primetime lineup RadarOnline.com has learned!
The 21-year-old Alaskan single mom’s show Bristol Palin: Life’s A Tripp had such low numbers that the network is moving the show from 10 p.m. to 11 p.m., airing after a repeat of the hit reality show Dance Moms.
Sarah Palin’s daughter is helming her own show to dismal results – the show’s debut bombed with only 726,000 viewers. The second week double episodes aired and those numbers were even lower, with 586,000 watching the first episode and the second dropping even lower to only 426,000 viewers.
“Levi saw Tripp twice in January and shortly after that, Bristol’s people offered him about $10,000 to appear on one episode,” his current baby-mama-to-be Sunny Oglesby said.
“It’s clear they thought it would boost the ratings, but Levi wants nothing to do with her show,” Sunny, who is seven months pregnant, says about the interest in having Levi on the show.
Sarah Palin will be featured on the next episodes that air starting at 11 p.m. on Tuesday on Lifetime.