An Inside Look At Sarah Palin’s New Network

Sarah Palin's Alaska
Sarah Palin’s Alaska

Sarah Palin is back in the news with the release of a brand new subscription based network called, well, the Sarah Palin Channel.

What sets the Sarah Palin Channel apart from the rest of television and streaming services? Well, for one, it’s for people who are tired of media filters. And secondly, at $9.95 a month, it’s more expensive than any other streaming service online.

Ten dollars a month is a steep price considering that both Netflix and Hulu are about two dollars less on average. But the hefty price tag is worth it considering the slew of original programming that you won’t be able to find anywhere else. Information on upcoming shows is sparse, but here’s a rundown of the new services flagship shows.

Keeping Up With The Bashirs

On Keeping Up With The Bashirs, we watch as Sarah and her family laugh at the misfortunes of Martin Bashir since his resignation from MSNBC. In the pilot episode, they’re seen listening to his Reggae album and prank calling his house at all hours of the night, playing the album back to him and telling him to eat shit.

Duck Dynasty: Bible Opinions

You’ve seen Duck Dynasty, but you’re often confused by the plot and it’s difficult to tell the characters apart. Who is that woman? Why is she talking? Just get to the part where Phil says stuff about the bible and how it’s good. On Duck Dynasty: Opinions, the show is boiled down to nothing more than Phil Robertson sitting around talking about how the Corinthians felt about gays.

16 And Pregnant And Extremely Well Compensated

This show follows Bristol Palin around as she continues to capitalize on her teenage pregnancy while advocating for abstinence. Openly referring to her child as a mistake, Bristol is seen depositing checks for thousands of dollars as she continues to profit off hypocrisy.

Ice Road Bigots

“This is one of the most dangerous places in the world to say faggot,” says a bearded man as he stands on a thin sheet of ice in the middle of an Alaskan lake.

His friend stands to his left, and they hold hands, remove their mesh trucker caps, and take deep breaths as they let out racial slurs at the top of their lungs into the dense northern air.

Ice Road Bigots is a reality show about the brave men of the northwest, who go out beyond the fringes of humanity to say the n-word in some of the most dangerous environments in the world. Tune in to watch Billray and Rayboy literally walk on thin ice as they broadcast their bigoted views onto your TV screen. Thought Catalog Logo Mark

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