Only the premise has changed again slightly, bringing the premise tally to three, to date.
Lifetime announced Tuesday it will telecast two episodes of “Bristol Palin: Life’s a Tripp” each Tuesday night, following Bristol’s life as a single mom “living under intense media scrutiny that comes from her lineage as the daughter of former Alaska Governor and Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin.” Only now she’ll be moving from Wasilla to Los Angeles with her younger sister Willow.
' She doesn’t agree with her mom’s politics or her controlling ways." After Bristol broke up with her son's father Levi Johnston, she rebounded with a short relationship with an Alaskan pipeline worker named Gino Paoletti.
All three networks fall under the A&E Television Networks (AETN) banner.
Bristol and Kyle, the network explained, became BFFs while competing together on ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars.” Kyle had a relationship with the reality series’ production house, Associated Television International; he works on its syndicated clip show called “World’s Funniest Moments” and the two Massey brothers also have been “roving reporters” on the company’s production of the annual Hollywood Christmas Parade.
Sarah Palin is reportedly angry at her daughter Bristol after it became public that Bristol is dating her Dancing with the Stars competitor Kyle Massey.
Bristol, 20, and Kyle, 19, became quick friends during the reality competition, and the National Enquirer reports that the two began to secretly dance together.