TV News Check:
Of eight first-run syndicated shows being pitched at NATPE in Miami Beach this week, a judge show featuring one-time GOP vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin is least appealing to viewers surveyed by Katz Television.
Only 21% of the respondents said that they would watch or might watch Palin Rules, which was developed by Larry Little, the producer who launched Judge Judy, and distributed by Barry Wallach and Lee Villas.
For the survey, Katz tested “awareness and interest” among 404 adults, 18 or older and geographically dispersed, via Ourmedia.com, Katz’s standing panel of TV viewers.
I guess that explains why we learned last week that the show was dead in the water because it did not "resonate" with the audience.
Seems like that may have been an understatement.
Not surprising, but it does mark yet another failure for the Wasilla Wendigo.
So instead she launches a website, and hires somebody to ghostwrite it for her.
I am not sure what the end game is for something like that, but I have every confidence that Sarah Palin will fail to reach it.