‘Lindsay Lohan’s Beach Club’ Canceled After 1 Season at MTV

Reality series debuted in January

Lindsay Lohan Beach Club

“Lindsay Lohan’s Beach Club” has been canceled after one season at MTV, TheWrap has learned.

A source close to the show says the cable channel was looking to “rework some things,” as there were “creative differences” behind the scenes, but Lindsay Lohan’s representatives put out statements saying that the actress would not return for another season.

According to Page Six, Lohan Beach House, the Mykonos nightclub where the show is set, has closed — though TheWrap’s source was unable to verify this information at the time of publication.

MTV and representatives for Lohan did not immediately respond to TheWrap’s request.

“Lindsay Lohan’s Beach Club” followed Lohan as she attempts to build an empire with her club in Mykonos, Greece, which opened in May 2018. The hour-long docuseries debuted with a 0.39 rating in the 18-34 demographic on Jan. 8. The show’s 12-episode Season 1 run ended March 25.

The series starred Lohan and her business partner Panos Spentzos, along with twelve club ambassadors, with five selected to continue working with the brand by the end of the season: Gabi Andrews, Billy Estevez, Brent Marks, Aristotle Polites and Jonitta Wallace.

Gil Goldschein, Julie Pizzi, Farnaz Farjam and Andrea Metz executive produce the series for Bunim/Murray Productions. Lily Neumeyer, Jessica Zalkind and Ben Hurvitz are executive producers for MTV.