'High Society' didn't mean high ratings.
The CW reality show, about infamous New York City socialite of Tinsley Mortimer, has been canceled after one season, according to the NY Post.
Viewership had fallen below one million per episode, according to the report.
Mortimer, who has been described as a charity-ball staple, model and designer, was not happy about her portrayal on the show and complained to producers about her depiction. Mortimer was reportedly upset about how her conflict with rival Devorah Rose was shown on the show.
"Tinsley was told she would have some editorial control, but she was horrified to find she had none and was being put in situations where people were manipulated to act in a certain way, a source said to the Post. "She wasn't happy with the way it came out.
Producers are looking at socialites Courtenay Semel, Lady Victoria Hervey and Brittny Gastineau as possible focus points for a second season. Gastineau starred on E!'s 'Gastineau Girls' with her sister Lisa Gastineau in 2005 and 2006.
According to Deadline, 'High Society' was the lowest-rated show of the season, in total viewers and in the 18-49 demo.