Tana Mongeau’s MTV ‘No Filter’ Show Is Officially Over

Tana Mongeau‘s MTV No Filter reality series is officially done.

It was recently revealed that a season three would not happen.

The network confirmed with Insider that a third season was never planned and they had parted ways with Tana professionally.

Tana has recently come under fire for partying during quarantine, and for past racist behavior towards a former friend and collaborator, but those reportedly had nothing to do with the ending of her show, as the decision was made months ago.

Tana did two seasons of No Filter, as well as the Ridiculousness spinoff special, Bustedness, with Jake Paul.

She did previously open up about how she shouldn’t have done the second season of her reality series, and she should have just stopped after her holiday special.

“I thought I could handle [the edits on the show] to an extent, and after shooting season one, right after it aired, I ended up agreeing to do a season two in the next six months or so,” Tana previously said. “When I agreed to that and signed that paperwork, I really didn’t think I would decline overall as a person, my health overall as much as I did.”

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