NBC Defends ‘Stars’ Show Against Tutu’s Complaints

NEW YORK (AP) — Nine Nobel Peace Prize winners are speaking out against a new NBC competition series they say treats military maneuvers like athletic events. Archbishop Desmond Tutu and the other Nobel laureates protested in an open letter that the show, “Stars and Stripes,” glorifies war and armed violence. The series, premiering on NBC […]

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Can The Palins Save Television?

As polarizing as Sarah Palin and her clan are on the political (and ‘Dancing’) stage, you betcha they’ve got the Midas touch in front of the camera! Sunday’s premiere of ‘Sarah Palin’s Alaska’ raked in over 5 million viewers—the highest ratings in TLC’s history—and let’s not forget that homesick daughter Bristol Palin is still inexplicably […]

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Sarah Palin’s TV Series a Stage for Political Future?

BY: Rachel D’oro ANCHORAGE, Alaska – ‘Sarah Palin’s Alaska‘ portrays the show’s heroine as an adventure-loving wife and mother enjoying a whirlwind of activities amid spectacular settings in her home state. There are no overt clues to her future political ambitions. However, throughout the first episode of the eight-part TLC documentary series beginning Sunday, Palin’s […]

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‘Sarah Palin’s Alaska’ Sneak Peak: Ain’t No Mountain High Enough

“Oh God.” “Help me.” “I’m scared.” “Holy geez.” Are those user comments about Sarah Palin’s upcoming TLC “documentary,” or words uttered by the former Alaskan governor herself? If you guessed the latter, you are correct! In a new clip from ‘Sarah Palin’s Alaska,’ Sarah and Todd have embarked on a rock climbing expedition. The problem? […]

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