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Lifetime Cancels Reality Show Based On Mortuary Where Bodies Found

(Undated) -- Lifetime is canceling a reality show based on the Fort Worth mortuary where eight bodies were found. Network executives tell WFAA they're deeply disturbed by the allegations involving Johnson Family Mortuary. They're also offering their thoughts and prayers to the families affected by this. Police allegedly found the bodies in non-refrigerated rooms Tuesday and the business abandoned. The owner says he's done nothing wrong. The show called "Good Grief" was supposed to premiere next Wednesday.

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