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"Bristol Palin: Life's a Tripp" didn't attract many viewers on Tuesday night, Deadline reports: The premier of Lifetime's new reality series Bristol Palin: Life's a Tripp drew an underwhelming 726,000 total viewers and 254,000 adults ages 18-49. Life's a Tripp, which received mostly negative reviews, also was well below the debut of the Lifetime's now-defunct Roseanne Barr docureality series Roseanne's Nuts, which opened with 1.6 subsequent airings. Let's just say the primer of Bristol's show didn't take after her mother's. Sarah Palin's Alaska, a reality show the state's governor hosted from November 2010 to January 2011, actually premiered to record numbers for its home network, TLC. Nonetheless, the program failed to achieve a longevity beyond a few months. Todd Palin is the next member of the Palin clan to join the reality TV scene. Todd will be one of many competing on NBC's new show Stars Earn Stripes. More from Deadline Hollywood.