Caitlyn Jenner’s Reality Show Canceled



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It’s confirmed.  Caitlyn Jenner’s reality TV show that chronicles the celebrities day-to-day life after transitioning from life as a man to life as a woman, I Am Cait, has been canceled.  This has a lot to do with the shows dwindling ratings. Although the first season of I Am Cait was a big hit with 2.73 million viewers, season two only attracted 500,00 viewers.

But Cait is taking the news with a positive attitude. She tweeted,  “After 2 amazing seasons, it’s time for the next adventure.  Thank you E! & thank you to the best girlfriends you could ask for.” Cait plans on returning to the set of Keeping up with the Kardashians and has other TV appearances scheduled for the future, such as the comedy Transparent.

On the other hand, as Cait’s professional life seems to be going well, the star is also filing a lawsuit against the paparazzi, whom she claims led to the 2015 accident involving Jenner which killed one person.  She claims they incessantly harassed her on the day of the fateful car crash which led to Jenner’s distracted driving when she rear ended the car in front of her.  The driver in the car, Kim Howe, swerved into oncoming traffic and was killed.