Critics of VH1's controversial reality TV series 'Sorority Sisters' may have won a victory thanks to their grass roots online campaign to target VH1's advertisers.
About 50 advertisers pulled their ads from 'Sorority Sisters' after fielding complaints from angry sorors nationwide who strongly disapprove of the show's negative portrayal of sororities.
Now comes word that the show is cancelled.
While there has been no official announcement the latest television schedule shows the final three episodes will all air on Friday January 16th in one block and there's no West Coast airing scheduled at all.
The funeral service for Sorority Sisters begins at 11pm Friday on VH1 with a repast on Twitter following the final episode sometime after midnight.
Footnote: After I published my post titled Everybody Hates VH1's Sorority Sisters, someone from Mona Scott-Young's camp reached out via email to vigorously deny Mona's involvement in the series. Even Mona knows better than to mess with the sorors.
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