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VH1 cancels reality shows with dead murder suspect

 A man, left, sits outside his room at the Thunderbird Motel as a television cameraman, right, films the room where fugitive Ryan Jenkins was found de...
 A woman walks past the room at the Thunderbird Motel where fugitive Ryan Jenkins was found dead in Hope, British Columbia  Sunday August 23, 2009. Ro...

Reality Contestant Slaying

A man, left, sits outside his room at the Thunderbird Motel as a television cameraman, right, films the room where fugitive Ryan Jenkins was found de...

Canada Reality Contestant Slaying

A woman walks past the room at the Thunderbird Motel where fugitive Ryan Jenkins was found dead in Hope, British Columbia Sunday August 23, 2009. Ro...

VH1 will not air the reality shows with a contestant who was found dead Sunday of an apparent suicide at a remote Canadian motel.
Both shows featured Ryan Jenkins, the contestant sought in the killing of his model ex-wife.
A network spokesman said Monday that both "Megan Wants a Millionaire" and "I Love Money 3" have been canceled.
Jenkins had been one of 17 wealthy bachelors vying for the love of former "Rock of Love" contestant Megan Hauserman on "Megan Wants a Millionaire," which the network pulled off the air after three episodes.
Jenkins was also a participant on the not-yet-aired "I Love Money 3," a series featuring contestants from various VH1 reality shows competing for cash.


Updated : 2021-04-12 12:37 GMT+08:00