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Bristol Palin’s Reality Show Knocked Out Of Primetime For A Re-Run Of Dance Moms

It appears that Lifetime doesn’t think Bristol Palin is quite ready for primetime. America’s most famous teen mom is seeing her program, Life’s a Tripp, shifted around on the network’s schedule, replaced in the 10 P.M. hour by a re-run of the show Dance Moms. The network announced that the change will begin this week, with Palin’s show now airing at 11 P.M.

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According to Yahoo! News, the show “premiered June 19 to dismal ratings and a critical drubbing,” which could very well have led to the scheduling change:

Now, Lifetime is yanking the program from prime time and pushing it back an hour on Tuesday to 11 p.m, a network spokesperson confirmed.

It will air a repeat of “Dance Moms” in the docu-series’ old slot.

In its debut, “Life’s a Tripp” eked out a total audience of 726,000 viewers and a meager 0.2 rating in the key 18-49 demographic.

The show follows Palin’s life with her son now that she lives in California and works on independent projects.

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