Oprah Cancels Season 2 of Lindsay Lohan's Reality Show + Rosie O'Donnell Slams Lindsay as a 'Tragedy'

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Lindsay Lohan isn’t having the best week.

After it was reported that Lindsay, a recovering alcoholic, was spotted drinking with friends during this past weekend’s Coachella events, it’s being reported that Oprah has cancelled the second season of her reality show, Lindsay, which is currently airing on OWN.

According to Daily Mail, OWN executives made the decision but haven’t told Lindsay herself.

“Oprah will tell Lindsay later this month that her show won’t be reappearing for in the future,” said a source. “First and foremost, the ratings were an absolute disaster. It didn’t pull in the viewers that Oprah had hoped for.”

Oprah also didn’t like hearing reports on Lindsay’s personal life from other media outlets and her refusal to talk about things on the show.

“Oprah grew tired of hearing about Lindsay and her private life in other media outlets. It became a little worrying when stories about her private life appeared in magazines, while Lindsay never talked about anything like that on the show,” said the insider.

We’ll admit, the show doesn’t exactly place Lindsay in the best light and her refusal to talk about certain things on the show comes across as extremely frustrating to those around her trying to help. She also appears to be constantly late, unable to hold her end of agreements, and always seems to have an excuse for everything.

Rosie O’Donnell took to Twitter to share her opinion of the show after this past Sunday’s episode in which Lindsay delayed an ELLE Indonesia shoot.

She tweeted:

We really hope Lindsay does truly get it together one day.

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