The CW Cancels Tinsley Mortimer’s ‘High Society’ After One Season, Following Mortimer’s Complaints

Jul 12, 2010  •  Post A Comment

The CW has canceled the reality show "High Society," which tracked socialite Tinsley Mortimer, after she and her family complained about the way they were portrayed, the New York Post’s Page Six reports. 

Mortimer, her sister Dabney and her mother, Dale Mercer, especially didn’t like the "hysterical antics with Tinsley’s arch-enemy Devorah Rose," the story says. Mortimer believed she would have editorial control over the show, but when the program was actually produced, she found she didn’t have any and wasn’t happy with the outcome, the article adds.

Apparently viewers weren’t happy either, with the show’s audience dropping to below 1 million, the story points out.



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