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Paris Hilton's Latest Reality Show May Not Last Beyond Season 1

August 24, 2011 (8:21 am) GMT
Oxygen reportedly has no plans to renew 'The World According to Paris' which has been struggling with its rating since it was premiered.

's latest attempt in unscripted series world is reportedly going be a short-lived one. While Oxygen has not officially announced the fate of "", New York Magazine's Vulture learns that the network has no plans to pick up the show for a second season.

Debuting with only around 400,000 viewers in June, the reality series revolving around the hotel heiress was sinking even lower in subsequent airings. For comparison, "", which debuted with modest rating in June, continued garnering viewers with 1.2 million people tuning in the season finale last Sunday, August 21.

Talks about renewal for the singing competition have begun even before the show wrapped up its first season. Though the network has not officially given a greenlight to the second season, executive producer Michael Davies said in early this month that "a lot of the planning is starting to happen."

Over at another network, Lifetime's "Roseanne's Nuts" also looks gloomy. The show starring Roseanne Barr premiered with respectable 1.5 million viewers, but the number gradually dropped to 764,000 viewers as of August 10.

Commenting on the reality series' future, a representative for the network said, "No decision on season two yet but we are happy with its performance this season."

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