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TBS Cancels Cee Lo's "Good Life"

(Undated) -- TBS is pulling the plug on Cee Lo Green's reality series "The Good Life" after just one season. Sources tell "The Hollywood Reporter" the decision not to renew the six-episode series was made due to low ratings, although the women's rights group Ultra Violet, also petitioned the network to cancel it over a series of controversial tweets. The former NBC "Voice" coach came under fire this weekend for a pair of messages in which he implied that rape isn't rape if a victim was unconscious. Green later apologized and the messages were deleted. Green pleaded no contest last week to felony drug charges for allegedly giving a woman an Ecstasy pill in 2012 during a date. The woman claims she woke up naked in Green's bed with no memory of what happened.

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