Bristol Palin has gone from "Dancing With the Stars" to her own reality tv-series.  Palin has been offered a 10 episode series from the Bio Channel.  The show will be all about Palin and her son, Tripp, making their way from Alaska in a big move to Los Angeles, according to the "Washington Post."  The 20-year old will be moving in with actors Kyle and Christopher Massey.  Kyle was on "Dancing with the Stars" with Palin, you remember that season, and remains a good friend. 

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While Palin has earned hundreds of thousands of dollars being an advocate to help prevent teen pregnancy, I don't see how she is now going to make a television show worth anyone's time.  Personally I don't find any appeal to knowing about her life or her beliefs.  She is the 20-year old daughter of a politician who most people can't stand.  I find it hypcritical that she is now some sort of authority on teen pregnancy when most of time she probably has help from her parents while she is allowed to still experience life.  Many kids every day deal with being young parents because that's the lifestyle they are accustom to and have no choice, but to bring their children up in poor conditions and tough times. 

The show does not have a name yet, but it will air late next year.  What do you think of the idea of Bristol Palin having a reality series?  Should we give it a chance or do you think it will be something you turn off after five minutes of boredom?