LOS ANGELES – VH1 is pushing the debut season of "Sorority Sisters" to a quick end after facing criticism for the reality show's depiction of black sorority members.
The channel said that the last three of 10 episodes will air back-to-back Friday. The move is intended to satisfy viewer interest by bringing the cast's stories full circle, VH1 said.
A special episode, "Sorority Sisters The Dialogue," which featured the women discussing why they joined the show and the controversy it provoked, aired last week.
The response on social media indicated viewers wanted to see the complete series, the channel said.
A decision on whether "Sorority Sisters" will continue has yet to be made, VH1 said in a statement Tuesday.