March 17, 2016 at 2:25 pm EDT | by Mariah Cooper
‘I Am Cait’ ratings drop; allegedly faces cancellation
(Screenshot courtesy of YouTube)

(Screenshot courtesy of YouTube)

The public may be over the Caitlyn Jenner phenomenon as the second season of “I Am Cait” faces ratings low.

According to the Inquisitr, the second season premiere drew in a measly  745,000 viewers and scored a 0.3 rating among adults 18 through 49. The first season premiere brought in almost two million viewers.

A source told Naughty Gossip that Jenner is surprised by the decline in ratings and hopes the show can continue.

“She really thought this show was bigger than the Kardashians and thought it would run for eight to 10 years. At the moment, she is taking no responsibility. She has a huge ego and cannot understand that some people just do not like her and her political views. If the numbers drop again, the show will be canceled,” the source says.

Lately Jenner has been speaking candidly about her Republican centered political views. The second season premiere featured Jenner vehemently defending her conservative views to her transgender friend group who are seen exasperated by Jenner’s differing viewpoints which include believing Hillary Clinton doesn’t care about women.

“It’s the last place I want to be,’ Jenner says on the show. ‘But I’m open. We need both sides and if we’re unfortunate enough get Hillary as our next president, we need her on our side. Although she won’t be – she couldn’t care less about women.’

 

 

 

16 Comments
  • Bye. Sorry…but Caitlyn Jenner was overrated to begin with. As a lesbian, I really wanted to be supportive of this high profile person becoming who they were meant to be…but wow…you are who you hang with. No surprise that ego got out of hand.

  • Dear Caitlyn,
    I was very confused when you were claiming that Hillary hasn’t done anything or accomplished anything, so I thought I’d share just a couple of things she’s accomplished. Hillary’s activism on behalf of Women and Children across the world over the last 35 years is renowned. The Clinton Foundation alone, which she spearheaded and co-founded, has improved the living conditions for nearly 400 million people in over 180 countries through its Initiative program. For the last several decades, Hillary has been a huge activist for the LGBT community and for those with HIV/AIDS. In addition, She created an Office on Violence Against Women at the Department of Justice. Hillary played the leading role in advocating the creation of the State Children’s Health Insurance Program, which provides state support for children whose parents cannot provide them with health coverage. She spent a lifetime promoting nationwide immunization against childhood illnesses. She also played a leading role in creation of the Adoption and Safe Families Act and the Foster Care Independence Act. She spent a lifetime promoting and encouraging older women to seek a mammogram for early detection of breast cancer and set up programs to assist in that goal. She successfully sought to increase research funding for prostate cancer and childhood asthma at the NIH. She worked to investigate illnesses that were reportedly affecting Veterans of the Gulf War; now commonly known as Gulf War Syndrome. She was instrumental in securing $21 billion in funding for the World Trade Center site’s redevelopment. She subsequently took a leading role in investigating the health issues that 9/11 first responders were facing.
    After visiting soldiers in Iraq, Clinton noted that the insurgency had failed to disrupt the democratic elections held earlier, and that parts of the country were functioning well. Noting that war deployments were draining regular and reserve forces, she co-introduced legislation to increase the size of the regular Army by 80,000 soldiers to ease the strain and supported retaining and improving health benefits for veterans. She also she introduced the Family Entertainment Protection Act.
    As our secretary of state, Clinton visited 112 countries, helping to repair a badly damaged U.S. reputation. She advocated an expanded role in global economic issues for the State Department and cited the need for an increased U.S. diplomatic presence, especially in Iraq, where the Defense Department had conducted diplomatic missions. Clinton unveiled the Global Hunger and Food Security program, prevailed over Vice President Biden to send an additional 21,000 troops to Afghanistan, saved the signing of a Turkish-Armenian accord, and assisted the president with major decisions as to the U.S. position with regard to the revolution in Egypt and the decision to use military force in Libya.
    You do not have to support what she does or stands for. However, please do not say she doesn’t have any accomplishments or hasn’t done anything. By the way, Hillary is the only candidate from either Party that has been endorsed by various LGBT organizations. Not a single Republican has defended the LGBT rights…they never have and they never will.

    • Most Republicans/Libertarians feel that is a state issue that should of been voted on.Personally i don’t care what people do in there own home there are bigger issues to deal with in life.
      I don’t think Conservatives are against the LGBT community and are more open minded now then they have been in the past.I am not saying it perfect but it is better.

  • Are you kidding me? This is the person who has stood up as the poster person for tolerance and compassion and acceptance in being who you are and how you are supposed to be. Then endorses Ted Cruz. Is there a loose bolt? Forget it – no more compassion for his trans drama. He’s back to Brucie for me.
    Life is a 2 way street – you can’t have it both ways.

  • It is nice to see someone stand up for what they believe in even though she gets so much flax for doing so.

    • Bruce Jenner is just looking out for Bruce Jenner, he only cares about himself. He was a selfish absent father, and obsessed with himself and his own happiness. Why anyone thought fake boobs and some lipstick would change that is bewildering!

      • I agree and how Jenner thought telling the world, so to speak, that wanting to date men and then making such a big deal about a male dancing partner or even sitting among male acquaintances and friends having drinks, would not only confuse all the kids but also Jenner’s friends is beyond disbelief to me and I’m quite sure the kids would think this is total BS. Jenner doesn’t know what Jenner wants. I do think in Jenner’s mind, it is what is deemed to be “normal”, dating men, which is baffling because I think Jenner is attracted to women and not many men, whom Jenner would consider “normal” would want to date someone with male organs. All of this is getting more baffling with time. I’ve stated before, watching is like waiting for the “trainwreck” to happen.

  • It’s not so much Caitlyn’s political views or those of her fellow travelers. It’s that the American public is sick of hearing about politics PERIOD. This kind of show is meant to provide an escape, and instead is just re-hashing the political s*** that we are all sick of. If I wanted to hear about politics I could watch MSNBC or Fox News.

  • Is it possible to retroactively cancel the thing?

    Better yet: Can the entire nation undergo the ‘Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind’ procedure so we can pretend that neither Jenner nor the ‘reality’ show ever happened?

  • Cancel the show. Use the hour to give a platform for a different transperson’s story each week. Many of us that did not know about KUWTK wanted to give her a chance at first because of the Olympics connection so her coming out would highlight the issue but it turned out to be a bad move to give her a mic.

    • I agree. I find the ‘girls’ as they are called fasinating. I would love learn more about them. Bruce doesn’t care about issues or anyone’s struggle.

      Bruce cares about…Bruce.

  • Cancel the show, please.

  • Her only audience were us, liberals who are gay or embrace gays lesbians bi or transgendered people!

    Then to have to listen her bash liberals, is too much!

    Then, Cait doesn’t want to be seen dancing with a guy because it “might confuse my children”. GIVE ME A BREAK!

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