Former Republican Vice Presidential nominee Sarah Palin will soon be appearing on the same network Jon & Kate Plus 8 once aired on.
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TLC confirmed Thursday it would broadcast Sarah Palin's Alaska, an eight-part series about her home state.
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It will be produced by Mark Burnett of Survivor and Celebrity Apprentice fame.
Says Palin in a statement, "Our family enjoys Discovery's networks. I look forward to working with Mark to bring the wonder and majesty of Alaska to all Americans."
TLC's parent company Discovery Communications won a bidding war against A&E, according to the Associated Press. Palin, 46, will make between $1 million and $1.5 million per episode, The Hollywood Reporter says.
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A premiere date has not yet been confirmed.
Palin, 46, who stepped down as the governor of Alaska last July, is also a contributor on Fox.