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Discovery has acquired Sarah Palin's documentary series about Alaska, which will air on its sister network, TLC, the network announced Thursday.

Tentatively titled Sarah Palin's Alaska and developed with reality guru Mark Burnett, the eight-part series will follow the former Alaskan governor as she gives guided tours of her state.

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"Our family enjoys Discovery's networks," Palin said in a statement.  "I look forward to working with Mark to bring the wonder and majesty of Alaska to all Americans."Palin, 46, started pitching the project earlier this month. The major broadcast networks passed, but Discovery and A&E expressed interest.

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"TLC is grounded in great storytelling, strong characters, and passionate audiences drawn to extraordinary people doing extraordinary things," Eileen O'Neill, president and general manager, TLC, said in a statement. "We are confident

Sarah Palin's Alaska will be another compelling television event."

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Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but according to The Hollywood Reporter, Palin was asking for about $1.2 million per episode, which would make Alaska one of the most expensive nature series ever produced.Will you watch the series?