Report: Oprah Cancels Lindsay Lohan's Reality Show, Hasn't Told Star Yet
The show won't go on for Lindsay Lohan's first reality series, although the trouble starlet may be the last to know. And she has only her famously poor behavior to blame.
The OWN network honcho Oprah Winfrey, 60, has called time on the show after poor ratings. So far only her head TV network executives know, while Lindsay has been kept guessing if she will return.
The part reality show/ documentary turned into a 'meltdown' rather than a comeback series.
Insiders say Oprah is livid with Lindsay, 27, for her behavior on the shows and for leaks of trashy stories about the show and her rumored sex list.
Oprah also feels that Lindsay could've done more to publicize the show in the right way. Ratings for the prime time episodes were low. The premiere attracted less than 700,000 viewers - a third less than they hoped for.
The show was originally designed for one season, but the plan all along was for the potential for more episodes if the ratings warranted.
Lohan, once a promising teen star, has battled addiction an image problems in recent years.