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It appeals to us like a car crash – it’s hard to keep from looking away.) Having a murderer in their midst won’t make producers question the programming, and they probably think it’s enough to eliminate the specific shows he was on.The NY Times had an article late last week before Jenkins’ death that questioned whether VH1 would continue running sensational and arguably exploitative reality shows in the wake of this scandal.Reality shows have never featured a known murderer up until now, but as Reality Blurred editor Andy Dehnart states, they thrive on questionable characters to create such obnoxious television.In the wake of the murder investigation, VH1 indefinitely postponed airing the future episodes of “Megan Wants a Millionaire,” which was finished shooting in March.They released a statement yesterday after Jenkins’ death that the show is now canceled, and that it, and “I Love Money 3″ will never air.
Denhart doesn’t think that’s going to change at all in light of the failure of their vetting process: “Obviously, if the company had been given a full picture of his background, he would never have been allowed on the show,” 51 Minds said in a statement.