"The Anna Nicole Show" (2002-2004)
The series followed former Playboy Playmate Anna Nicole Smith and her endearing entourage as she navigated through life as a has-been. It was canceled during the third season. Smith died of a drug overdose in 2007.
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"Hogan Knows Best" (2005-2007)
Professional wrestler Hulk Hogan's reality show focused on his protective parenting ways -- hence, the play on '50s TV show "Father Knows Best" -- but the family was far from perfect. His son faced charges for reckless driving in 2007, and Hogan allegedly cheated on his wife Linda with one of his daughter's friends. She divorced him and the show was canceled.
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"Brooke Knows Best" (2008-2009)
Now all grown up, Brooke Hogan's reality series focused on her transition into adulthood, her parents' divorce and attempting a music career. The series was canceled after two seasons.
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"Run's House" (2005-2009)
Rev Run (Joseph Simmons), formerly part of rap group Run-D.M.C., incorporated his credits as a practicing minister into the series. Unlike many other reality shows, his ended simply because the kids were older and the family was ready to move on.
"Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" (2012-2014)
"Toddlers & Tiaras" spin-off centering on the family of child beauty pageant star Alana Thompson was quickly canceled after media revealed that the child's mother Mama June Shannon had resumed a relationship with former boyfriend and convicted sex offender Mark McDaniel, who had served 10 years for molesting another of Shannon's daughters.
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