Victoria's Secret Fashion Show does not return to network television, after nearly two decades on the air.
Business executives announced the decision on Friday. Leslie Wexner, CEO of Victoria's Secrets parent company, L Brands, said the company had "taken a fresh look at all aspects of our business," according to the New York Times.
The Seership of once-popular fashion show has declined by two-thirds in recent years, according to the Times.
The show has often been criticized for objective women and has faced new criticism after CMO Edward Razek made casting plus big and transgender models in the show.
The fashion show was first sold in 2001
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