Washington, Dec 22 (ANI): Rumours are rife that former Alaska governor Sarah Palin's reality show 'Sarah Palin's Alaska' on TLC could be sticking around for a second season.
PopEater.com had reported that Palin's show is such a huge hit for TLC that the network is busy trying to get the former governor to sign up for season two.
The show had about 3 million people tuning in on an average week after week, and the website pointed out that the numbers are better than the numbers for Bravo's 'Housewives' series or most other cable shows.
"For sure the network is doing everything it possibly can to convince Sarah to do another season," the Politico quoted a TLC insider as telling the site.
The insider added that it also depends on the money.
A friend of Palin's reportedly told the website that the politician has been considering a second season.
"Sarah knows to strike when the iron is hot and started talking about season two right after the show debuted to huge numbers," the friend allegedly told PopEater.com.
"She knows that celebrities get millions of dollar for each episode of their shows and thinks she's worth it too," the friend added. (ANI)