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Fox cancels 'Bethenny' after airing only one season

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Bethenny Frankel has been a television presence for quite some time now. She originally was thrust into the spotlight when she was cast as a part of "The Real Housewives of New York." After that show, she went on to do two similar shows and then was granted her own daytime talk show. "Bethenny" began last year and recently celebrated 100 episodes. According to a Feb. 14 report from the Huffington Post, "Bethenny" has been canceled and will finish airing in May. While there won't be a second season for the show, Bethenny Frankel will likely find another project to begin.

Viewers have watched as Bethenny Frankel had her dirty laundry thrown into the limelight. Children and divorce have been a presence in her life for several years, and fans watched as her second marriage fell apart. "Bethenny" was Frankel's attempt to draw in a new audience and while some of the shows drew decent numbers, the majority of the ratings were low.

Bethenny Frankel is estimated to be worth $25 million, which gives her the freedom to pick and choose what she wants to do in life. Because she enjoys the spotlight, fans will definitely be seeing Frankel around. Her next move has not been announced but it is expected to be made before "Bethenny" ends airing in May.

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