Sarah Palin Scores New Reality Show Shaped in 'Judge Judy' Style


Sarah Palin Scores New Reality Show Shaped in 'Judge Judy' Style


The publicist for Warm Springs says Palin will meet with stations for the nationally syndicated daytime show premiering in the fall of 2017.
Sarah Palin may have failed to be a vice president but she's intent on making it on the entertainment world. The former Alaskan governor is set to star on a new reality show which will be styled like "Judge Judy".

Palin signed a deal with Montana production company called Warm Springs, PEOPLE reported. Howard Bragman of Fifteen Minutes P.R., a veteran public-relations executive who represents Warm Springs, also confirmed the deal.

The unnamed show will premiere as a nationally syndicated daytime show that will debut in the fall of 2017. "It's a production deal," a source told PEOPLE. "What happens next is she'll meet with stations, make a pilot and sell it."

Bragman said Tuesday, March 22 that it should not be a problem for Palin. "She's sold millions of books, one of which sold over 2 million copies, she's a proven ratings draw, she has close to 6 million followers on social media, she has a huge audience and you can say that audience corresponds well with a daytime audience," Bragman said.

The project is backed up by the producer behind courtroom reality shows "Judge Judy" and "Judge Joe Brown". At the end of her 2008 vice presidential campaign, Palin starred on TLC's "Sarah Palin's Alaska" and later on The Sportsman Channel's "Amazing America".


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