According to a report in Vulture, Oxygen plans to cancel the poorly-rated reality show after its first season.
The hotel heiress's show struggled to gain an audience from the get-go, averaging just 400,000 viewers per week. Perhaps a sign of trying economic times, the hijinks of a billionaire glamor-queen just didn't have the same mass-appeal as they once did.
Hilton generated headlines recently for reasons that were related to the show's failure. She abruptly walked out of an interview with 'Good Morning America's' Dan Harris after he asked if she was worried about the show's ratings, or that her cultural relevance may be fading. After walking out, Hilton returned to finish the interview.
The news is yet another example of once-popular reality stars getting swept out by a new wave of recession-themed reality programming. Kate Gosselin, Kat Von D, and now Hilton have seen their shows canceled in recent weeks, as shows like 'Pawn Stars,' have soared to record ratings.
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