Caitlyn Jenner’s E! reality series ‘I Am Cait’ has reportedly been canceled after two seasons due to poor viewership.
According to sources, the show which documents Jenner’s transition and her activism for the transgender community will not be renewed for a third season.
‘There just weren’t enough viewers,’ a production insider told to Radar. ‘The show can’t compete with other programming.’
While a spokesperson for E! insisted that ‘no decision has been made,’ an insider said the following:
‘Caitlyn just wasn’t relatable,’ they said of the 66-yer-old. ‘Trans viewers did not see her as one of them.’
Holly Reporter previously reported that the second season’s premiere in March attracted less than 750,000 viewers.
A couple of months ago, ‘I Am Cait’ was even removed from an African TV network after complaints from viewers from Nigeria.
Despite the controversy surrounding Jenner and her position on politics, as well as her place in the trans community, she has been awarded by several organisations for her activism for the minority group.
The former olympian is said to be making an appearance on the new season of Amazon Prime’s award-winning show, ‘Transparent,’ though.
And just recently, Jenner spoke at a brunch meeting at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.
Watch what she had to say about being a transgender Republican here.