LOS ANGELES, June 30 (UPI) -- A reality show featuring Bristol Palin, daughter of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, has been pulled from its prime-time slot, Lifetime confirmed.
"Life's a Tripp," which follows the lives of Palin and her son, Tripp, in Los Angeles, debuted last week to 726,000 viewers, sinking to 586,000 viewers in its second week, The Hollywood Reporter Reported.
Lifetime has moved the reality show from its 10 p.m. slot to 11 p.m., replacing it with re-runs of "Dance Moms."
Meanwhile, Palin and the producers of "Life's a Tripp," are facing a lawsuit from brothers Christopher and Kyle Massey over an unrealized reality series for BIO, THR reported.
Kyle Massey, who was a cast mate with Palin on "Dancing With the Stars," said the Lifetime series was the Masseys' idea.
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