Lindsay Lohan Reality Show Gets Cancelled, No One Told Her Yet

Posted: Apr 16 2014, 2:56pm CDT | by , in Other Stuff


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Lindsay Lohan reality show gets cancelled, no one told her yet
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Oprah has reportedly told execs the show won't return

Lindsay Lohan has her own reality show on the OWN network. OWN is Oprah Winfrey's network, if you didn’t know. Lohan has been famous is the last several years not for talent, but for being a train wreck with drugs and lots of legal trouble.

DailyMail reports that Oprah herself has cancelled the reality show/ documentary series after it received poor ratings. Word is that only the head executives know for sure if the show is coming back or not. Lohan viewed the show early on as a comeback, but has not done well.

Lohan has also been accused of failing to promote the show properly. Oprah is said to be very angry with Lohan over her behavior on the show and leaking trashy stories about the show. The premiere of the reality series attracted less than 700,000 viewers, which is reportedly about one third of what they were hoping for.

"Oprah will tell Lindsay later this month that her show won't be reappearing for in the future,' an insider divulged.

"First and foremost, the ratings were an absolute disaster. It didn't pull in the viewers that Oprah had hoped for."

"Also, Oprah grew tired of hearing about Lindsay and her private life in other media outlets. It became a little worrying when stories about her private life appeared in magazines, while Lindsay never talked about anything like that on the show."

Oprah reportedly hoped that the series would follow Lohan as she went from rehab back to A-list celebrity.

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