'Bristol Palin: Life's a Tripp' will focus on the life of Sarah Palin's daughter as 'a mother and a young woman making her way in the world.'
Bristol Palin will get the center stage in a new Lifetime reality series set to air later this year. The network has greenlit "Bristol Palin: Life's a Tripp" that will "provide an exclusive, rare glimpse into Bristol Palin's real life as a young, single mother forging her own way in the world while living under the constant spotlight as a member of one of America's most high-profile families."
Rob Sharenow, executive vice president Programming of Lifetime Networks, says in a statement, "From the first moment she was thrust into the public eye, Bristol and her son have been the subjects of a huge amount of curiosity and misunderstanding."
"Steadfastly moving forward both personally and professionally, Bristol will be confronted by the many difficult life decisions people must make regarding parenthood, family, relationships and career," the network additionally teases what will be seen on the show.
The half-hour docuseries will be filmed in Bristol's native Alaska. While it's not informed which other members of the Palins slated to appear on the show, the 10-episode docuseries is said to feature Bristol's interactions with mother Sarah, father Todd and her siblings.
Bristol was previously set to star in a Bio reality series, which would follow her and her former "Dancing With the Stars" co-star Kyle Massey as they lived in Los Angeles. However, the show was never aired.