Bristol Palin headed back to TV with 'Life's a Tripp' [Poll]
Bristol Palin is back in the reality-TV game -- and with luck this series just might air.
Palin, 21, has been inked as the lead in "Bristol Palin: Life's a Tripp," Show Tracker reported Wednesday. The so-called docuseries will feature "never-before-granted access to Bristol's real-life experiences growing into womanhood," according to Lifetime.
The "Dancing With the Stars" alum and eldest daughter of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin decided to move back to her home state last September after she was challenged over her mom's politics while riding a mechanical bull at L.A.'s Saddle Ranch bar, she told InTouch weekly in January.
"I wasn't really into the Hollywood thing," she said. "After that, I just realized that I was over it. I was ready to come home."
Before that she'd been set to do a reality show with "DWTS" buddy Kyle Massey and his brother Chris, her roommates while she was working at a small L.A. charity. The project never made it onto the Bio Channel.
Though 10 "Life's a Tripp" episodes have been ordered, no air date is set, Show Tracker said. Tripp Palin, Bristol's son with Levi Johnston, was born in 2008.
Photo: Bristol Palin listens to her mother, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, address the Conservative Political Action Conference on Feb. 11 in Washington. Credit: Mark Wilson / Getty Images