The Promo for “Life’s a Tripp” – My New Show on Lifetime!

A scene from "Life's a Tripp!"

I’m so excited about my new show on Lifetime!  Here’s the 60 second promo, for those of you who haven’t had a chance to see the commercial yet.

Who’s going to tune in?

 


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  • Emma Lora

    Congratulations Bristol! It is a very nice promotional video, and I am definitely looking forward to watching the series.

  • Dan Skinner

    Yuck. Find your way back to the trailer park.

    • James

      You took the time to visit her blog, which means she is more relevant to your life than a trailer park. If you truly thought she was irrelevant you wouldn’t be visiting her blog and posting this nonsense. Bristol and her family actually had to work for a living which I know is shocking to people who rely on government assistance.

      • BobbyJoe

        Whoring your kid out on a reality show, is NOT working for a living. I guess those losers on Jersey Shore work for a living too, right?

        Grifters, grifters, grifters.

        • http://non82 eMillie

          BobbyJoe,
          I believe you could find another blog sight that would be more friendlier to your type
          of foul language. You would do well to go and look for one. We are not impressed.

        • GrizzlyMom

          Absolutley.

          • otlset

            *Real* Grizzly moms know how to spell. Absolutely they do.

          • GrizzlyMom

            Looking forward to you fat fingering a word or two otlset! I would have used the word “transpose” but I’m pretty sure your vocabulary isn’t that big and you wouldn’t have understood the meaning.

    • http://non82 eMillie

      Dan,
      Get a life!! You are not look to smart

  • http://us4palin.com Ron Devito

    My DVR will be locked and loaded for the entire series and I’ll be watching.

    • BobbyJoe

      I bet it will Ron, wink, wink, nug, nug. What kind of grown ass man has his dvr locked and loaded to watch a show about a teen mom. Very weird.

      • http://havenone Patrick Chesbro

        hay Bobby Joe,, what’s your problem and where have you been for the last few years,, very weird,

      • otlset

        Hey BobbyJoe, your mom called . She says you got to clean up your “rat’s nest” basement room so she can get the health department to finally take down the quarantine sign.

        • GrizzlyMom

          Ooooh burn. good one Otlset! LOL
          Love,
          Sourpuss

    • Sue

      Ron, I’m 70 years old, but I have a DVR. and if I can’t get it “locked and loaded for the entire series” I’ll be asking for your assistance with it.
      Bristol’s experiences can show all of us a lot, whether it’s how to avoid her mistakes, or how to rise above our mistakes, or maybe even how to talk to young people about these things. Too bad some people are to silly and too immature to follow your lead. Sue

  • http://non82 Millie

    Bristol,
    I can’t wait for your new show to air. The Promo was really good. Beautiful picture of you and
    Tripp. I will be watching the whole series. You are a beautiful young lady inside and out!! Don’t
    let these nagative people get you down. Again you have alot of people backing you!!!

  • Thomas Hubbard

    Bristol your a tripp, whenever someone try’s to tripp you or your family to put you down you stand your ground bodly and remain on your feet. Yes Christ is there to hold us up whenever the enemy try’s to tripp us.
    As for you BobbyJoe why do you have a problem with Ron giving Bristol encouragement, and also maybe us guys need to start paying more attention to what woman are about to better understand them.
    Bristol tell your Mom and the others HELLO!

    • BobbyJoe

      You guys sure do pay attention to her. Most of the replies are from MEN. Some kinda of tent fantasy I would guess. Creepy old men reading a young girls blog.

      • otlset

        Yet here you are. Hmmm…

  • Elaine Neetz

    Great job, Bristol! Don’t worry about the negative people who post here–they don’t like themselves, so how could they be supportive of you? I would just love to have been a fly on the wall during their childhoods. I pity them and despise the fact that they have to spew their venom on someone who is willing to take a stand on their own platform. I just hope those people stay out of Alaska–we don’t want them here.

    • BobbyJoe

      Who the hell would want to live in the meth capitol of the U.S.

  • bellagrazi

    I’m super excited, too, Bristol! Looks flippin’ awesome! Will definitely be tuning in!

  • Becky

    Sooo excited!! Can’t wait! ;) What a cute title too!! So proud of you, Bristol!

  • Paulette

    Wooooohoooooo Bristol!!!! You go girl!!!! You are an awesome young lady & I am so proud of you for standing firm with your belief in God! Let the negative words make you stronger! Have fun in life! Treasure every moment with Tripp because he is a gift from God! This looks like a great series and I’m looking forward to watching it. Keep us posted when it starts, ok? Hugs & prayers to you, Tripp, your mom (GOOOO SARAH!), dad & the rest of your family!

  • Megan M

    Excited! Love to get a glimpse into life in the Palin household. Be sure to give us a heads up on the first airing date so we don’t miss it!

  • Bruce O’H.

    Congrats on the Lifetime show, Bristol. I’ll be checking it out :-)
    PS…trailer parks are far superior to gutter abodes.

  • robhart

    Sarah may have brought you into the spotlight, but you have done a masterful job of holding its attention. Look forward to enjoying Life’s a Tripp and watching YOUR family shine under the bright lights now.

  • conservativemama

    I’ll be watching. Your maturity is amazing. I’m your mother’s age and I marvel at how quickly and how well you’ve dealt with all that life has thrown your way. For those of us who’ve had challenges in this life we know the hard work it takes to get through another day. But the growth is worth it. Life is worth it.

    And by the way, you and Tripp look great. What a beautiful boy.

  • lois

    You will always be successful because of the beautiful girl you are. I loved your book, and loved watching you on DWTS. I’m really sorry you have to put up with the dirtbags, who want to vent their own hatred for themselves, because they are soooo jealous of you, they couldn’t force themselves to stay away. Glad to hear they don’t pull you down and you reconize how pitiful they are.

  • http://n/a Julie Hill

    of course I will watch it. Im looking forward to it!

  • http://www.msswim.com Ian

    Nice! Looking forward to it.

    (BTW, My friend’s fiance, “Larry” just did some electrical work.)

  • Georgia

    My family and I have been looking forward to your new show for a long time. We’ll all be there with bells on, Bristol! Your show is going to be GREAT!

  • http://EileenS Eileen Steller

    BobbyJoe and Dan S, bless your hearts, how can we help you? Are you aware that in any town or city, there are mental health facilities there to help people with your diagnosis? If you don’t have insurance, the service is free. If you have a job(I hope you aren’t spewing your hate on the companies dime and if so, shame on you), they will pro rate their services based on your ability to pay. When I worked in NY and TN, we referred afew of our patients to these clinics and they were greatly helped. Judging by your hate filled bantor, you will need to give them more than a couple months to get to the root cause of your behavior but I am sure your families think that you are worth the effort. Bristol, let us know if you see any improvement in these boys posts. If not, perhaps we could suggest the military to them as they know how to adjust ones attitude pretty darn quick and it won’t cost them one cent!!

    • GrizzlyMom

      Eileen you sound a lot like Bristol’s Mom. Fake, insincere and full of it. God bless you!

      • otlset

        And you’re like a lot of mean-spirited leftists these days making *war on conservative women* — malicious name-calling ad hominem attacks with nothing positive or constructive to add. I don’t know how such negative people can live with themselves.

        • GrizzlyMom

          LOL – war on conservative women…actually its war on a bunch of self-righteous bible thumpers constantly telling everyone how to live their lives. why don’t you all move to the middle of the country and build a giant fence around yourselves. establish your own government and pass all the restrictions you like…and be sure and take the palin family with you. i’m sure they will jump right on it considering their patriarch is just itching to secede. you will love it. you can rewrite history, force everyone to believe what you believe. no pesky liberals to deal with.

          • otlset

            Geez, what a sourpuss.

  • http://www.patheos.com/blogs/bristolpalin/2012/05/bullying-in-the-name-of-tolerance-the-nikki-haley-edition/ Danielle

    I love Lifetime! I’ve seen the commerical a few times and I CANNOT wait til June 19th!!! Love you Bristol!!

  • http://!!! Tim Kelley

    The girl opposite of you in picture looks like Bristol somewhat. Is that her stunt double?!? HA!

    • http://non82 Millie

      Tim Kelley,
      Are you talking about her sisiter Willow. She is the one sitting with Bristol in the video.

  • David Dempsey

    Bristol, your show has a good Title. The Preview was good, too.

  • Peter Gerardi

    Bristol you are awesome! You have millions of fans and we will always be here to support you!

    • GrizzlyMom

      Millions? LOL. Can’t wait to see the ratings for this. They cancelled her mother’s show after 1 season because of lack of interest.

      • Tina

        Uh, no. Sarah Palin’s Alaska was only scheduled for a limited run. It wasn’t canceled due to lack of interest.

  • Kelly Hoerter

    Sorry Bristol, we don’t have cable anymore. We use an antenna, but we only get local channels with that. I’m sure it will be a great show, and if I had cable I would gladly watch it.

  • Michael Rochen

    Bristol,
    It looks like a good show. I intend to check it out, and I wish you the best of luck with it.

  • aaron krohn

    Absolutely would…..if I had cable!!!
    But you can be assured I will be first in line to buy the DVD!!!
    Can’t wait!!
    And I’ll be reading your blogs about each episode too!!
    Love the promo!!

  • Jill

    I’m so excited! Can’t wait to see it! Congrats!

  • otlset

    Careful with that Willow, she could be a scene stealer!

  • Carolyn Heisley

    Can’t wait….we’ll be watching although I hadn’t known about your show….keep us posted

  • CJ

    Bristol, I cannot wait to watch your series! I wouldn’t miss it for the world…. :) I’m really excited about this and I know many, many others are as well! You captured our hearts on DWTS and still do :) I wonder if you realize how many WONDERFUL cyber friendships have formed all across our country because of YOU…….PRETTY AMAZING, isn’t it?
    Well, I can say with assurance that it was a sincere blessing for all of us to share in your journey back then, and remains a blessing to be able to share in your new one. GOOOOOOOOOOOO BRISTOL!! OXO

  • http://diannaauton.com Dianna

    If I had cable I would so be watching. :)

  • http://www.PrayerWarriorsForSarahPalin.com Irma

    I’ll be watching. Have fun! Love you lot’s!

  • Kathleen

    Bless your heart! I’d watch it but we don’t get extended cable (we’re on the reeeeally basic stuff due to finances). But if it comes out on DVD like Sarah Palin’s Alaska, I’ll buy it!

  • Wanda Stagg

    can’t wait to watch your show!

  • blackbird

    I’ll check in and take a look.

  • http://FaceBook Cricket Nichols

    I will be watching…

  • Misty

    I will be watching!

  • Gina

    So excited!!

  • K

    Bristol,
    Thanks to Obummer wreaking the economy, a lot of the wonderful Christians/conservatives posting here, sadly, will not be able to watch your show as they cannot afford cable t.v. I hope everyone reading this post will petition their congressmen and senators to FORCE Barack Hussein Obama to make cable t.v. available to all decent AMERICANS for FREE!!!!! Just as the constitution and our founding fathers would have wanted! KEEP the GOVERNMENT OUT of our LIVES!!!!!!!!

    • GrizzlyMom

      So you want a government handout?

  • http://yahoo.com john norton

    Watching it,Luv the sisters Pic… ~ !

  • GrizzlyMom

    Bristol should do an episode on shotgun weddings…oh wait..she didn’t have one. But her brother did…dang…guess there goes the abstinence lesson episode…oh well…just shoot a bunch of animals and talk about how persecuted your family is and I’m sure your show will have lots of viewers. Crap…most conservatives don’t have cable because of that pesky boycott of Disney by the American Family Association…and of course they are so busy home schooling their kids. Well Bristol looks like your target audience missed the bullseye this time around. Maybe you could do a one woman show…get a bus and go all around the nation restoring dignity and educating the “folk” on the history of this great nation.

    • conservativemama

      Why is there always the assumption that abstinence is the only topic for conservative families. I have 3 daughters. And we are very open about this topic, sex, birth control, parental expectations.

      This line of attack is intellectually lazy and so done.

      • GrizzlyMom

        Oh I don’t know conservativemama ..maybe its because of candidates like Rick Santorum and Michelle Bachmann. Maybe its because of the purity ring fad a couple of years ago ( which if parents haven’t realized by now the jokes on them..kids put the ring on and then have sex). Maybe its the religious rights condemnation of contraception because they think people are playing god. Maybe its the constant cacophony by your side screaming for abstinence only education in our public schools. Or maybe…its Bristol Palin’s ABSTINENCE tour she went on after the election. Now who is intellectually lazy again?

        • otlset

          It takes guts and moral fiber to abstain. It is spiritual exercise, in demonstrating spiritual values over physical desires — a key pillar of our purpose here on earth in this life (for those who choose to have purpose, rather than merely live randomly like animals giving way to every instinct and desire). Bristol has learned this and now strives to follow it in her young age, an admirable pursuit (a spiritual exercise) that is not easy. The easy thing is to give way to our desires — and thus suffer the consequences of transient pleasures. This is a far more valuable lesson that should be taught in schools (from the vantage point of helping our society and culture at large by strengthening the moral fiber of the individual), rather than constantly sanctioning the giving way to desires and then institutionally trying to accomodate them (in regard to extra-marital sex and its consequences).

          • GrizzlyMom

            I don’t buy this argument one bit. Your elevating sex to a ridiculous level of importance in one’s life. Someone who abstains until they are 35 because they have moral fiber is just stupid. And if you really think Bristol is abstaining with her new boyfriend I’ve got a bunch of purity rings to sell you.

          • otlset

            Just your opinion, and another lousy one.

    • RefudiateObama2012

      You must have a lousy life. Why else do you come to Bristol’s blog to shovel your hate?

  • http://timdenchanter.blogspot.com/ Tim D Enchanter

    Date and Time Please

    • http://timdenchanter.blogspot.com/ Tim D Enchanter

      Normally I do not watch Lifetime but I will watcch this

  • Joseph

    I’m looking forward to your show, Bristol!!!

  • John

    Dear Bristol

    We will not be able to watch the show (no cable), but we wish you all the best.
    That young boy Tripp has beautiful eyes.
    All the best to your family. Your sister Willow is beautiful.

    John

  • Vanessa Stockwell

    Will tune in for sure! Looks like its going to be a great program for our whole family, you’re a great role model Bristol :)

  • HockeyGirl

    Is there anyway for Canadian fans to watch?! Hope it comes out on DVD!

  • Joseph Russo III

    Keep exploiting those kids and teen pregnancy to stay on the celebrity b list!

    Will there be an episode where you change places with a teen mom in a Camden housing project where gunshots are heard outside and the only economic activity in the area is the drug trade?

    No, too bad.

    • Laurie

      They already have their own show. Sixteen and Pregnant. Go pick on someone your own size, bully.

  • meagan

    Can’t wait!!

  • http://www.breakpoint.org Gina

    Honestly, I’m not a big fan of reality shows. But I wish you the best. And I hope you keep blogging, because I really enjoy your posts! :-)

  • H. Cummings

    This blog makes me sad. I think all of us need to remember that Bristol is still young. And so many of the hateful things that are being said behind the protection of the internet wouldn’t cross peoples lips if they were to talk with Bristol in person.

  • Tina

    I’m not “into” reality TV all that much. But I wish you luck!

  • Carley

    Looking forward to it!

    • dg

      Bristol,
      Life is rough when you find out that the world is filled with all kinds of people and the mold you were taught doesn’t exist in the other 49 states. Guess what, the gays are here and we are going to stay. We don’t respect your mother but you have a shot. Try to get to know the world while you’re in LA. It’s amazing what we can teach you about raising kids, paying a mortgage, running a business and paying taxes. Oh, by the way, we VOTE too!

      • Brian Phillips

        What in the world does this story have to do with Bristol and gays?!! Don’t be a troll.

      • didi

        You may be here to stay, but gay marriage will never be legal everywhere. It’s sour attitudes like yours “dg” that make people not care to help your cause. Obama doesn’t even care & only said he supported it to try and get more votes in November. He still left it up to the states, so they were empty words– no “hope” for you. Look at California, a liberal state that wouldn’t even pass gay marriage. Don’t be so bitter & lash out like the guy at the SaddleRanch, cuz remember, the rest of us “breeders” vote too.

    • http://www.jhlang.com jhlang

      yuck!

  • http://photograohybyaurora.com Tammy

    lookinv forward to watching palins show.
    congrats. hope the familys doing well. Tell your mom to run for president. shes got my vote……
    Tammy Aurora

  • shaun

    what a joke..I have no one ..no dad for my baby..isnt this the same person who made it impossible for the kids dad… to be a dad..her way or no way…if it were not for the fact the ladies in my house were watching this trash ..Id have changed the channel to anything but this ..

    • Brian Phillips

      But yet you feel a strong need to come here and comment? Wow, and I thought my life was boring.

  • Scott Newman

    What a great family the Palins are ! the show was very fun to watch…. :)

  • http://www.owespirit.com Sherry

    Just watched the show. It was as well done as any reality show. Bristol, I know your point is to show young single mothers, or those who have the potential to be that, that it isn’t easy, but at the same time, I am not sure I am in agreement with demanding the help of your younger sister, who is just realizing who SHE is. She loves you as do all of the members of your family, but is it her responsibility to follow you to LA for a “Help the Children” project to “help” you? I think not. If your true focus and livelihood is Tripp, then make it about Tripp. “Help the Children” and projects like that are admirable things to be involved with, but if it requires more than you can handle, or should expect of others to help you with your son to participate in these projects, then you might be going too far. I know this series of shows was recorded months ago, and much has changed in your life by now, but I can assure you fortune, fame and money or not, your son is your responsibility, not your younger sister’s. I watched because I am a supporter of your mother’s, and I see you have a beautiful family. You are young and you have been thrown into a reality that I can only imagine, but please do not let that reality become YOUR reality. Fame is a tough thing and rarely a good thing. Your family is under constant attack, but please remember that all comes from evil. It isn’t YOU. It’s pure and simple evil. Please don’t respond to it (thinking of Huckabee now). Walk on strongly as your mother does. Leave them in your dust. I would love to see you grow and prosper on your own with everything you do in life coming from your heart. You’re in a tough spot being in the public eye, but remember who you are and let God guide you.

  • http://www.owespirit.com Sherry

    Addendum: Somehow I copied that in here and missed a portion! I don’t want to see you acting as a victim. You are not a victim. You are in a position to show strength, not weakness. Is it hard to be a single parent? Yes. No matter whether paying the bills is a hardship or not, it’s a tough job to do right by your child. Your motherhood is a blessing from God, not an error of humanity. All children come from God no matter what the circumstance. Show the world your strength and the strength that comes from your family. If it is your point to show a better way, people will listen to that.

  • http://httpe//non82 eMilliei

    Bristol,
    I watch your show and I really enjoyed it. I’m looking forward to the next one. Tripp is adorable
    and such a beautiful child. I thought you handle that guy just right. Like someone else has said
    you don’t worry about those people that act awful. You have alot of people pulling for you. If anyone
    had said that about my mother I would have done the same thing.

  • sharon

    the ratings speak volumes and we the people…..are ready for the walmart palins to exit the stage..FINALLY

  • Mymati

    Bistol, my sister sent this to me today I thought you would enjoy it.
    A Blue Rose

    Having four visiting family members, my wife was very busy, so I offered to go to the store for her to get some needed items, which included light bulbs, paper towels, trash bags, detergent and Clorox. So off I went.

    I scurried around the store, gathered up my goodies and headed for the checkout counter, only to be blocked in the narrow aisle by a young man who appeared to be about sixteen-years-old. I wasn’t in a hurry, so I patiently waited for the boy to realize that I was there. This was when he waved his hands excitedly in the air and declared in a loud voice, “Mommy, I’m over here.”

    It was obvious now, he was mentally challenged and also startled as he turned and saw me standing so close to him, waiting to squeeze by. His eyes widened and surprise exploded on his face as I said, “Hey Buddy, what’s your name?”

    “My name is Denny and I’m shopping with my mother,” he responded proudly.

    “Wow,” I said, “that’s a cool name; I wish my name was Denny, but my name is Steve.”

    “Steve, like Stevarino?” he asked. “Yes,” I answered. “How old are you Denny?”

    “How old am I now, Mommy?” he asked his mother as she slowly came over from the next aisle..

    “You’re fifteen-years-old Denny; now be a good boy and let the man pass by.”

    I acknowledged her and continued to talk to Denny for several more minutes about summer, bicycles and school. I watched his brown eyes dance with excitement, because he was the center of someone’s attention. He then abruptly turned and headed toward the toy section.

    Denny’s mom had a puzzled look on her face and thanked me for taking the time to talk with her son. She told me that most people wouldn’t even look at him, much less talk to him.

    I told her that it was my pleasure and then I said something I have no idea where it came from, other than by the prompting of the Holy Spirit. I told her that there are plenty of red, yellow, and pink roses in God’s Garden; however, “Blue Roses” are very rare and should be appreciated for their beauty and distinctiveness. You see, Denny is a Blue Rose and if someone doesn’t stop and smell that rose with their heart and touch that rose with their kindness, then they’ve missed a blessing from God.

    She was silent for a second, then with a tear in her eye she asked, “Who are you?”

    Without thinking I said, “Oh, I’m probably just a dandelion, but I sure love living in God’s garden.”

    She reached out, squeezed my hand and said, “God bless you!” and then I had tears in my eyes.

    May I suggest, the next time you see a BLUE ROSE, whichever differences that person may have, don’t turn your head and walk off. Take the time to smile and say Hello. Why? Because, by the grace of GOD, this mother or father could be you. This could be your child, grandchild, niece, nephew or any other family member. What a difference a moment can mean to that person or their family.

    From an old dandelion! Live simply. Love generously. Care deeply. Speak kindly. Leave the rest to the powers that be.

    “People will forget what you said, People will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel !”

  • Dale

    I want to know how I can get paid to make positive posts on here. That is the only way you could get someone to post some of the crap that is on here. Your an insult to single mom’s. Your poor child is going to have to live with how you have exploited him, long after you have spent all your money. Do him a favor and make a fund for his therapy.

  • ed bartsz

    Hi just want to tell you that it is a pleasure to pray for you an your little one. keep up the good work, and may God bless you a whole bunch.

  • larry lezursuit

    you are awful


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