EXCLUSIVE: 'Rich Kids of Beverly Hills' Canceled After Four Seasons

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The Rich Kids of Beverly Hills are moving on!

E! confirms the hit reality TV series is coming to an end after four seasons.

A network rep tells ET, "It has been a fun four season ride with the #RichKids of Beverly Hills as the cast has grown from social media socialites to savvy young entrepreneurs, culminating in a #RichKids wedding in the season four finale."

ET has learned the cast was told last month that the show would not be returning for a fifth season. The last episode aired in June.

According to a show insider, "The cast was upset because they wanted at least one more season to give closure to their storylines."

"The cast is thankful though for the opportunity they had and the show wished them all the best as they move on to the next chapter of their lives," the insider said.
The cast included Beverly Hills socialites Dorothy Wang, a billionaire heiress; Morgan Stewart, who has a lifestyle blog and her own line of fitness wear; Stewart's new husband, Brendan Fitzpatrick, a real estate agent; Jonny Darubel, a singer; Roxy Sowlaty, an interior designer and EJ Johnson, son of basketball legend Magic Johnson.
Wang, the ringleader of the group, is now joining the E! reality TV dating show Famously Single. Johnson's spinoff series, EJNYC, will also not return for more episodes.

Despite the fights and the tears over the years, the show, which was known for its use of hashtags and social media in episodes, ended on a high note with Brendon Fitzpatrick and Morgan Stewart's star-studded wedding this year.
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Additional reporting by Brendon Geoffrion.