13 Reality TV Series That Were Cancelled After Controversy

  
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11. The Good Life

In 2013, singer, music mogul and The Voice coach CeeLo Green landed his won reality series with The Good Life. The series was meant to follow Green and his friends living their lives of the rich and famous, but upon the series’ second season in 2014 Green became involved in a serious lawsuit where he pleaded no contest to a felony count of providing ecstasy to a woman in 2012, who claimed that, after getting the drugs from him, he raped her. If the situation wasn’t bad enough Green went on to tweet, “People who have really been raped REMEMBER!!!” which caused TBS to pull the plug completely on his show.

Source: E! Online

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10. Pretty Wild

Following the phenomenal success of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, the E! Network went on the hunt for next attractive semi-famous family to base a reality series off of and came up with momager Andrea Arlington and her aspiring model daughters Alexis Neiers, Tess Taylor and Gabby Neiers entitled Pretty Wild. After the pilot episode was filmed, however, a lot more drama began than E! had bargained for when Alexis was arrested for her involvement in the ‘Bling Ring’ group which had became infamous for breaking into the homes of celebrities like Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan. Although the network went ahead with the series and even included some of the trial in the first season, the legal issues overshadowed the show and it was cancelled.

Source: Huffington Post

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