(NEW YORK) -- It appears that this Sunday's two-hour season finale of Sarah Palin's Alaska will actually be a series finale, according to Entertainment Weekly.
EW.com reports that the show's producer, Mark Burnett, has no plans to return to Wasilla to shoot with Palin for another season of the TLC show, which has some wondering what this means for a potential 2012 presidential bid for Palin. If the 2008 vice presidential candidate were to do another season while officially running for president, TLC would have to offer her rivals equal on-air time.
The show, which premiered to five million viewers Nov. 14 with an episode entitled "Mama Grizzly," was intended to bring "the wonder and majesty of Alaska to all Americans," according to the former Alaska governor.
Over its seven-week run, the series brought in a respectable average of 3.2 million viewers.
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