The Real World D.C.‘s first airdate, December 30, is close at hand—and here’s hoping RWDC has plenty of glam shots of Georgetown, because for now, it looks like that’s it for Georgetown reality show junkies looking to get their fill of “Hey, I’ve been there!” moments.
Blonde Charity Mafia, a reality show about the Late Night Shots crowd (the Georgetown-centric private social network for aspiring/alcoholic future-trophy wives and young Republicans, as Vox‘s Juliana Brint so aptly put it) appears to have gotten the ax from its network, the CW.
The Washington Post reports that the show has been removed from the CW’s website, pulled a Facebook fan page, and that its actors have been told that they are “free to search for other TV project options.” Ouch.
All this, after the show’s original airdate was already pushed back from this summer.
Reliable Source has the deets the what we’re missing out on—like “Made-for-TV” parties that the producers organized when real party hosts didn’t want to let camera crews into their homes. At one such “Welcome to Washington!” fête, one of the four starlets supposedly meets a Congressman who gave her a job. I’ll bet!
Photo from the CW website.