It's a good thing Lindsay Lohan earned a reported $2 million to star in the eight-episode documentary series Lindsay on OWN. She may need that nest egg.
Despite the Lindsay Lohan miscarriage bombshell (above) in the closing moments, the finale ended with a paltry 335,000 viewers on Sunday evening.
That's down over 50 percent from its premiere and good for only 59th among 66 ad-sustained programs that air on primetime and cable networks.
All despite her efforts to draw a crowd by plugging the show on visits to the Late Show with David Letterman, Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live and The View.
Has America finally reached its collective saturation point for this girl?
With Lindsay unable to rebuild her career, and stars such as Kim Kardashian readily filling the public's love for mindless tabloid fodder, what role does she have?
Lohan missed two weeks of production on the docu-series because, she now says, she was struggling through the miscarriage (she did not name the dad).
A lot of people aren't buying it. Even more are just tuning her out.
Because it's Lindsay, fans have openly wondered if she is faking it to win sympathy and explain her erratic behavior. If we have to even consider that ...
Then there's the sex list, her confirmed roster of conquests.
That made quite the tabloid splash, but even it couldn't bring in the ratings when she addressed it ... and it's not exactly a reputation booster in itself.
Think her career's over? What's her next step? Discuss ...