Sarah Palin's new TV home is likely to be at Discovery, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Report: A&E and Discovery interested in Sarah Palin reality series
The cable network is close to acquiring Palin's reality series, Sarah Palin's Alaska, and is expected to announce an agreement in the coming days, sources told the trade paper. It is unclear if the series would air on the Discovery flagship station or its sister network, TLC.
The travelogue series, which will be produced by Mark Burnett, would feature the former governor giving guided tours of her home state. Palin, 46, started shopping around the project earlier this month. After broadcast networks passed, Discovery and A&E each set their sights on the series.
Sarah Palin, reality star? Ex-governor shopping around series
Palin is asking for $1.2 million per episode, which would make Alaska one of the most expensive nature series ever produced, according to The Reporter.
A rep for Discovery had no comment.