Several Hollywood trade publications report that Discovery will pay more than $1 million per episode for the reality show "Sarah Palin's Alaska." It may be her Alaska, but no word yet on whose reality it is.

Producers began pitching the series earlier this month, billing it as a show about Alaska seen through Palin's eyes and shot in the style of Discovery's "Planet Earth," feasting on the state's natural beauty.

The Discovery Channel's latest nature project, "Life," debuted Sunday with the network's best ratings for a new series in a decade. The series, four years in the making, shows animal footage in eye-catching high definition. It had 11.8 million viewers for its first episode.

Alaska is already the setting for one of cable TV's most popular series, "Deadliest Catch." The Discovery Channel series follows fishermen trying to make their living in the forbidding waters off Alaska.

Palin has been busy on TV in recent months, having signed on as an analyst for the Fox News Channel. She also appeared on "The Tonight Show," where she performed a stand-up routine.

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