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'Myrtle Manor' renewed for second season

Myrtle Manor cast members

After all the bad press that TLC shows have been garnering lately, they don’t seem to be thinking twice about renewing the very shows that are giving the network a bad name (albeit, good ratings). In a bid to stuff TLC viewers mouths full of another season of reality TV garbage, freshman series Welcome to Myrtle Manor has been renewed for a second season. What is unclear (besides why anyone really watches these kinds of shows in the first place) is whether or not the entire crew will return themselves for the second season.

Last week alone, three cast members on trailer park drama (no, really, it is set in a trailer park) Myrtle Manor have been arrested. The three separate incidents landed cast members Amanda Lee Adams, Taylor Jonathon Burt and Lindsay Brooke Colbert in the slammer. Adams and Colbert were both arrested for DUI’S, with Adams ending in her Jeep being slammed into a pole. Burt was arrested and accused of having sexual relations with a 16-year old girl. While none of the arrests occurred during filming of the show, the reputation it gives TLC is not made any less terrible.

A representative for TLC says that they are not yet sure which cast members will be back for next season of Myrtle Manor, but that the show will definitely return. Hooray.

- Trailer Park: Welcome to Myrtle Manor

Written by: harrisr
May 3rd, 2013, 7:00 pm

Images courtesy of TLC


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Message Posted On May 6th, 2013, 7:42 am
The reality shows are just that: REALITY. Perhaps that is why many of us like them. We're tired of seeing scripted programs with slender, beautiful dingbats and men that you never see at the supermarket. In addition, the homes NEVER look like the homes I know. On those scripted shows, is there anyone who has difficulty paying the rent or who expresses fear of losing a loved pet? I love to watch and laugh (and sometimes cry) at the things we "common" people do. There are more of us "common" people than major networks want to admit. Let us have Myrtle Manor, Big Fat Gypsy Wedding and Honey. There's more real drama in the reality shows than in the scripted programs.
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