Hey, guess what? You’re gonna be able to see Sarah Palin from your couch again! The former Alaska governor and VP candidate is back in the reality show world — and this time with a Judge Judy-type show.
Palin, who does not have a law degree, signed a deal with Montana-based production company Warm Springs for a reality court show that would premiere next year if it’s picked up by stations, according to Howard Bragman of Fifteen Minutes PR, which represents the production company.
The story was first reported by People Magazine.
This isn’t Palin’s first foray into reality television — before this, Palin starred in Sarah Palin’s Alaska on TLC, which started in 2010.
Palin returned to the political spotlight again in January after endorsing GOP front-runner Donald Trump for president. While stumping for Trump last week in Florida, she referred to Trump’s frequent rally protestors as “punk-ass, little thuggery.”
According to People, Palin is currently in Alaska with her husband, Todd, who’s transitioning from intensive care following a serious snow machine accident March 13.