TBS confirms CeeLo's show canceled after 1 season

 
 
FILE - In this March 15, 2014 file photo, CeeLo Green performs at Rachael Ray's Feedback Party during the SXSW Music Festival in Austin, Texas. TBS spokeswoman Karen Cassell said Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2014, that the network isn't renewing Green's reality show "The Good Life."
FILE - In this March 15, 2014 file photo, CeeLo Green performs at Rachael Ray's Feedback Party during the SXSW Music Festival in Austin, Texas. TBS spokeswoman Karen Cassell said Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2014, that the network isn't renewing Green's reality show "The Good Life."
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CeeLo Green's reality show won't have a second season.

TBS spokeswoman Karen Cassell said Wednesday the network isn't renewing "The Good Life." She did not give a reason but said the decision was made earlier this summer.

The series, which premiered in June, averaged 650,000 viewers, considerably fewer than the 1 million to 2 million viewers the network averages in prime time.

Confirmation of the cancellation comes just days after Green's tweets about rape that caused a public outrage.

Green pleaded no contest last week to one felony count of furnishing ecstasy to a woman during a 2012 dinner in Los Angeles. Following that, the former "Voice" coach posted a series of tweets, including one that read: "Women who have really been raped REMEMBER!!!" He tweeted an apology Monday.

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