Apparently not enough people wanted to watch Bruce/Caitlyn and his/her adventures. Go figure.
From Daily Mail: Caitlyn Jenner’s docu-series has officially been cancelled after two seasons. The 66-year-old confirmed weeks of rumors that I Am Cait is coming to an end on her Twitter page on Tuesday.
‘After 2 amazing seasons of @IAmCait, it’s time for the next adventure,’ Caitlyn shared. ‘Thank you E! & thank you to the best girlfriends I could ask for!’
The news doesn’t come as a surprise following much speculation that the show would not return due to low ratings. I Am Cait debuted strong in July of last year, with 2.73million viewers tuning in for the series premiere.
However the show failed to hold onto its audience in its second season. Just 860,000 viewers watched the season two finale, with ratings dipping as low as 480,000 during the season.
‘There just weren’t enough viewers,’ a source told Radar Online earlier this month. ‘The show can’t compete with other programming.’
E! released a statement shortly afterwards saying that ‘no decision had been made’ at that time regarding the future of the show.
I Am Cait followed the life of the Olympian, who was born Bruce, after her gender transition.