Sorority Life creator and producer won’t return for second season.

Sorority Life creator and producer won’t return for second season.
Sergio Myers created Sorority Life for MTV after watching the first Big Brother; he tells The Arbiter that he “saw how really bad it was and decided ‘hey, if they want reality shows, this is my shot. I can create a reality show.’ The best reality to me is, you know, the Greek fraternity and sorority system.” Myers isn’t producing the second season of the show, nor its new companion Fraternity Life, the paper reports.

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