ABC’s drama series Mistresses started off with a bang. The show was a must see. It was hot and full of love, lust and betrayal. Unfortunately after the first season there was a major change in the cast and the story lines began to crumble. After 4 seasons ABC has decided to put a can on the show. This was long overdue.
In the words of the late BB King, The thrill is gone for Caitlyn Jenner and her reality TV series. E! has decided not to renew the docu-series I am Cait for a 3rd season. The series followed the former Olympian Bruce Jenner, through his transition into Caitlyn Jenner. This was a story that needed to be told, and it debuted with a huge audience. The series viewership slowly began to decline, going from the millions to just a few hundred thousand. I am pretty sure this is not the last we heard from Cait.
There is a pretty credible rumor going around that the entire cast of Love and Hip Hop Atlanta has been fired. Allegedly during the taping of the Season 5 Reunion most of the cast found themselves fighting on the stage. Allegedly VH1 is sick of the drama and they have informed the entire cast that their services will no longer be needed. The firing allegedly also includes K.Michelle, Mimi, Joseline and Stevie.
Will we really miss this show though?
The execs for The Real have released a statement in regards to Tamar’s departure.
“THE REAL and Tamar Braxton have mutually decided that Tamar will not be continuing with the show for its upcoming third season,” it reads. “She will be leaving in order to concentrate on her solo career. Everyone associated with THE REAL appreciates Tamar’s efforts and the contributions she has made to the show’s success, and we wish her all the best for the future.”
We all were introduced to the Tamar Braxton on the Braxton Family reality show. Tamar found herself in the shadow of her sister Toni Braxton and she was always working on creating her own lane. Tamar found success within the music industry, but her spotlight shined brighter own she joined the cast of The Real. Tamar has never been one to sugar coat the words that come out of her mouth. Tamar’s sassy personality is really why we all fell in love with her. Well it looks like Tamar’s sass has gotten her fired from The Real. According to Love B. Scott’s valuable source Tamar was fired from the show, because she did not get along with staff and her co-hosts. The network has not yet confirmed these recent turn of events. But Tamar did post on Instagram that she was stabbed in the back.
Will you continue to watch The Real now that Tamar is gone?
This week the all of the networks decided who stays and who goes on their line up of TV shows. I was surprised to see some shows get the ax like ABC’s The Family, that show was off the charts. Filled with lies , betrayal and lust. I am sorry to see it go. Then there were some shows that I know many though should have been cancelled a long time ago, like ABC’s Castle. Castle was on way too long, the author and the detective solving random homicides, blah blah blah. We have seen this before. Also ABC’s Nashville over stayed it’s welcome as well. The rating were slipping and the shows spark blew out. Then there was FOX‘s Grandfathered. The whole story line was cute, but John Stamos is too old for cutesy shows. He needs to appear on a show that screams sexy. We want to see Uncle Jessie finding himself in a love triangle (I’m not joking). Grandfathered was a dud. The actors were pretty cool, its just the story line was dry. CBS’s Rush Hour was a rookie show, only making it through one season before the network put the brakes on the show. Nobody watched it. Maybe it’s because we saw all of the Rush Hour movies and they were so classic, that a spin off show could never do it any justice. Sadly once a show goes dark, there are many people looking for new gig. I hope all the crew members find there next gig sooner than later.
ABC‘S has decided to part ways with their new lifestyle talk show FABLIFE. Since Tyra’s departure from the show the ratings are not so great. Tyra Bank’s not only served a a co-host on the show, she was also the executive producer of the show. Tyra left the show to devote more time to her cosmetic line, but when she left she the show, she took her vision for the show right along with her. So instead of ABC/Disney twiddling their thumbs thinking of what to do next with the show, they decided to pull the plug. Sorry guys FABLIFE’s freshman season will soon come to an end.