Sarah Palin announced in October that she has no intention of running for president, but she has not yet given up on a career in show biz.
The former GOP vice presidential candidate is in the process of pitching a follow up to the Mark Burnett-produced reality show Sarah Palin's Alaska. The TLC show that aired in November 2010 had a record breaking five million viewers and earned over $1 million per episode.
The Hollywood Reporter has revealed that Palin and Burnett have been pitching another reality series, but this one will be focused on Palin's husband Todd, and his career as a championship snowmobile racer.
For now, the Hollywood Reporter says Discovery Communication's TLC and A&E Networks are not interested in the pitched show.
One potential problem seems to be that the former governor of Alaska may no longer hold that much clout. She has remained under the radar since confirming that she would not seek the 2012 Republican presidential nomination.
Palin's Alaska was sold to networks for upwards of $1 million an episode and sources claim that Burnett and Palin are asking for the same steep price.
I think it's safe to say her time has passed, one network insider says.