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Palermo had left Diane von Fürstenberg for a position with Elle, where she clashed with co-worker and new main cast member Erin Kaplan.
The season finale sees Palermo promoted as the new face of after a successful business trip to Japan, while Port contemplates leaving People's Revolution after she and Cutrone clash over the development of her fashion line.
Ginia Bellefante from The New York Times suggested that the series was purposely produced sub-par to its parent series, commenting that it "is not the advertisement for New York that The Hills, with its dreamily shot opening-credit sequence, is for Los Angeles".
The City was often criticized for appearing to fabricate much of its storyline.
confirmed that the network responsible for making hits out of shows that place a cultural microscope on things like teen pregnancy, online dating, and spoiled 16-year-olds, has greenlit the production of four new shows.
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The City is an American reality television series that originally aired on MTV from December 29, 2008, until July 13, 2010.
The City: Live After Show was occasionally aired following the broadcast of an episode; the program followed The After Show format used by other MTV programs, including The Hills, where Jessi Cruickshank and Dan Levy served as hosts while the audience commented on the episode.
Throughout its run, the series was led by four (season 2) and five (season 1) primary cast members, who were credited by their first names.