Lifetime Pulls Bristol Palin's LIFE'S A TRIPP From Primetime Line-Up

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According to The Hollywood Reporter, Lifetime has pulled the new reality show LIFE'S A TRIPP, starring Bristol Palin, from its primetime line-up and replaced it with repeat episodes of 'Dance Moms.' 

The series, which features the 21-year-old daughter of former Alaskan governor Sarah Palin, debuted on the cable network to disappointing numbers and will now be aired at 11:00 pm ET on Tuesdays, an hour later than its original broadcast slot. The series brought in just 726,000 viewers during its premiere episode before falling to 586,000 in its second week.

The series follows Bristol's move from Wasilla to Los Angeles with Tripp and her sister Willow, and back to Alaska as she deals with parenting and disciplining her toddler without Tripp's father. Giving viewers a unique look at the difficult decisions she has to make for her relationships, career and family, Bristol Palin: Life's a Tripp captures how these true-to-life challenges test her resolve as she single-handedly writes the next chapter in her and Tripp's life.

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