In a new television documentary, Sarah Palin takes on a new role as tour guide of the nation’s largest state. Sarah Palin’s Alaska, which premieres on TLC on Sunday, offers a glimpse of life in Alaska as seen through the eyes of one of the state’s most recognizable residents.
The eight-week television event chronicles the former governor’s life in her everyday surroundings and roles as a wife, mother and working mom. Away from the buzz of the political scene, this program captures Palin and her family exploring the beautiful Alaskan terrain, interacting with family and engaging with fellow Alaskans.
The program is about family, adventure, faith, life lessons and what it means to be Alaskan. “It’s about family, it’s community, that’s what the Alaskan spirit is, and we’re proud of it,” Palin says on one episode.
“Sarah Palin’s Alaska offers unprecedented access as the Palin family takes our viewers along on a journey through their home state,” said Eileen O’Neill, president and general manager of TLC. “Sarah Palin has captured the attention of the entire country and this series continues TLC’s focus on sharing the stories of real people leading extraordinary lives.”
Sarah Palin’s Alaska premieres Nov. 14, at 9 p.m. on TLC. To view a trailer of the show, click here.
A new book detailing Palin's faith, The Faith and Values of Sarah Palin, was also recently released.