RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that Sarah Palin's hopes for a reality courtroom show have been dashed.
The former Alaska governor and vice-presidential nominee, 52, reportedly inked a deal last winter with Warm Springs, a production company based in Montana.
The staunch Republican, who failed in her attempt to launch the online news network The Sarah Palin Channel, never graduated with a juris doctor degree — a fact that did not bother TV executives.
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Still, "Though Sarah has obvious talent as a commentator, she didn't resonate with the audience as a judge," noted the source of Palin, whose stint with FOX News also recently came to an end.
"It just wasn't her forte; she wasn't judge-like."
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