U.S. commercial broadcaster Fox has cancelled its reboot of competition format Paradise Hotel after just one season, a company spokesperson has confirmed to Realscreen.
The show follows a group of singles who are given the chance to check into a luxurious tropical resort where they compete for a cash prize. Each week, the contestants vote off one of their fellow residents to make room for a new guest.
The original Paradise Hotel went off the air in 2008 before its revival in May, with The Hills and Laguna Beach alumna Kristin Cavallari serving as host. In a new twist, viewers at home could try to influence what happens on screen using social media.
The series finale aired June 7 on Fox, with Bobby Ray taking home the US$200,000 grand prize.
The news of Paradise Hotel‘s cancellation was broken by The Wrap during the Television Critics Association press tour on Wednesday (Aug. 7).