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'High Society' Canceled, Says Report

by Chris Jordan, posted Jul 13th 2010 2:45PM
Tinsley Mortimer High Society'High Society' didn't mean high ratings.

The CW reality show, about infamous New York City socialite of Tinsley Mortimer, has been canceled after one season, according to the NY Post.

Viewership had fallen below one million per episode, according to the report.

Mortimer, who has been described as a charity-ball staple, model and designer, was not happy about her portrayal on the show and complained to producers about her depiction. Mortimer was reportedly upset about how her conflict with rival Devorah Rose was shown on the show.

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Jules Thrown Out of Hotel on 'High Society' (VIDEO)

by Aimee Deeken, posted Apr 8th 2010 5:07AM
Jules Kirby on 'High Society'The staff in Jules Kirby's sphere have finally had it with the rude socialite. Friend of Manhattan's "Park Avenue Princess" Tinsley Mortimer, Jules has been a controversial presence on the 'High Society' (Wed., 9:30PM ET on CW) reality show since its debut last month. Her foul mouth, bigoted remarks, N bombs, Hitler impersonations and talking down to the help were finally too much on last night's episode.

After "certain instances" in the hotel, she was escorted out and asked to never return. It appears her main response was, "Where's the (bleep) cab?" Nice.

Watch the video after the jump.

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CW News: 'High Society,' 'Fly Girls' Land Premiere Dates; Talley Joins 'Top Model'

by Leonard Jacobs, posted Feb 9th 2010 1:00PM
The CW has finally announced premiere dates for two of its highly anticipated reality series.

Also at CW, renowned fashionista Andre Leon Talley has been tapped to join the judges panel on season 14 of 'America's Next Top Model.'

According to the Hollywood Reporter, 'High Society' will get its high-profile debut Wed., Mar. 10 at 9:30PM, following the 90-minute premiere of 'Top Model.' Then on Wed., Mar. 24, the show will move to its regular timeslot, at 9PM, to make room for the take off of 'Fly Girls.'

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