Sarah Palin's Alaska

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  • 2010
  • 1 Season
  • 2.5  (692)

Sarah Palin's Alaska is a reality television show that premiered on TLC in 2010, starring former Governor of Alaska, Sarah Palin. The show follows Palin and her family as they explore the natural beauty and outdoor activities of Alaska. The show was produced by Mark Burnett, who is well known for his work on Survivor and The Apprentice.

The show consists of eight episodes, each with a different theme or activity. The episodes cover a wide range of topics, including fishing, hunting, camping, and glacier trekking. Palin also gives viewers a glimpse into her everyday life, sharing stories about her family and the history of Alaska.

Sarah Palin's Alaska is unique in that it is not just a reality show, but also a travelogue. Each episode features stunning shots of Alaska's rugged wilderness, giving viewers a sense of the state's natural beauty. Palin and her family also share their knowledge of the state, providing historical and cultural context to the activities they pursue.

Throughout the series, Palin is joined by her husband, Todd, and their children, Bristol, Willow, Piper, and Track. The family spends their time exploring the great outdoors, taking on a variety of adventures. These include salmon fishing in Bristol Bay, bear hunting in the Arctic, and hiking on a glacier.

One of the show's key themes is the importance of family. Palin often narrates the episodes, sharing her thoughts on the importance of spending time with family and experiencing the great outdoors together. The show also emphasizes the value of hard work and self-sufficiency, traits that Palin and her family embody.

In addition to the wilderness adventures, the show also gives viewers a glimpse into Palin's political life. She takes viewers behind the scenes of her speech at the Tea Party Convention in Nashville, and she also visits the site of the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill.

Overall, Sarah Palin's Alaska is an entertaining and informative show that showcases the natural beauty and culture of Alaska. Palin's love for her state and her family comes through in every episode, as she shares her passion for the outdoors and her strong sense of patriotism. Whether you are a fan of Palin or simply interested in discovering more about Alaska, this show is a must-watch.

Sarah Palin's Alaska is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (10 episodes). The series first aired on November 14, 2010.

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Follow Me There - Finale
9. Follow Me There - Finale
January 9, 2011
In the season finale, some of the best scenes are showcased.
Gold Mining and Oil
8. Gold Mining and Oil
January 9, 2011
Sarah, her brother, Chuck, and their kids decide to go panning for gold in Nome. The plan: to find enough to make Sarah's mom an anniversary gift. Later they kayak a glacier that was once part of the 1890s Gold Route.
7. Logging
December 26, 2010
Sarah, Todd and daughter, Willow, head to a remote logging camp on Alaska's Afognak Island to get a taste of the Alaskan logging industry. Sarah cuts down Sitka Spruce trees and operates dangerous logging equipment on the island.
Rafting and Dog Mushing
6. Rafting and Dog Mushing
December 19, 2010
Sarah and her family are prepping for an over night trip that includes white water rafting and ATVing. Later, Sarah and Piper spend some mother/daughter time. They meet Iditarod champions and go dog sledding on a nearby glacier.
Alaskan Hospitality
5. Alaskan Hospitality
December 12, 2010
Sarah Palin welcomes Kate Gosselin and her children to Alaska. Sarah takes the kids to a bear safety class prior to their camping trip. Then Kate and the kids enjoy the wilderness and the challenges that come with it.
She's a Great Shot
4. She's a Great Shot
December 5, 2010
Sarah's freezer is getting down to the bare minimum so she goes on a caribou hunt with er her father, Chuck, and friend, Steve Becker.
Salmon Run
3. Salmon Run
November 28, 2010
Sarah and Todd celebrate the 4th of July with a family tradition fishing trip to Bristol Bay, the world's biggest wild salmon run. Todd, a lifelong fisherman, is known for catching the most fish. Track, works to earn the title of captain on his father's boat.
Just for the Halibut
2. Just for the Halibut
November 21, 2010
Sarah and her family visit Homer, Alaska where she and Bristol are invited to go deep-sea fishing. The trip turns out to to be just the right recipe for mother-daughter bonding.
Pilot - Mama Grizzly
1. Pilot - Mama Grizzly
November 14, 2010
In the series premiere, Sarah and Todd spend quality time with their youngest daughter, Piper, and go salmon fishing. Later, Sarah and Todd climb one of Denali's most challenging peaks.
Preview: Sarah Palin's Alaska
0. Preview: Sarah Palin's Alaska
In this sneak peek from Sarah Palin's Alaska, Sarah escapes her busy schedule to spend quality time with her family. They go salmon fishing in bear country. Don't miss a moment when Sarah Palin's Alaska premieres Sunday, Nov. 14 at 9/8C only on TLC.
Where to Watch Sarah Palin's Alaska
Sarah Palin's Alaska is available for streaming on the TLC website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Sarah Palin's Alaska on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon and TLC.
  • Premiere Date
    November 14, 2010
  • IMDB Rating
    2.5  (692)