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iELTS, which aired on Bravo in 2014, has announced the cancellation of its upcoming sixth season.
“We are extremely disappointed to announce that iELTs sixth season is being cancelled,” the network said in a statement.
“The show is being produced by a different team, and we are looking into new ways to produce it.
We are grateful for all the fans and viewers who have supported iELts.” iELT is a weekly reality competition show where contestants compete to make their home an all-inclusive spa, with each guest competing to own a spa and treat themselves to their own personal touch.
“IELTS is the longest running reality competition in the world, and it’s been a joy to see the incredible passion and talent that our cast and crew has displayed,” the show’s creator and executive producer, Michael Lewis, said in an announcement.
“After many months of intense development, we are incredibly excited to announce iELTYs sixth season will be ending this coming summer.”
The news comes as iELTT has faced backlash from social media users, who have accused the show of racism, sexism, and homophobia.
The series, which began in 2011, has since been renewed for a second season, with producers reportedly looking to expand to other cities and territories.
The show’s fifth season featured a new cast and the addition of a new theme song.
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The six seasons of iELTLS will air on Bravo, Bravo’s parent company, in 2018.
iELTM will air at 10 p.m.
ET on Bravo every Sunday.
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