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"I’m going to be honest, at this point I’m just going to try to date a professional baseball player," she said. It wasn’t the greatest group of first impressions, but it was somewhat entertaining in the way that a train wreck is entertaining.You hate yourself for being so fascinated, yet you can’t look away.
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Fox bought the US rights to the show, which was produced by Zig Zag production, a London company, in a deal worth $15m.
It aired the premiere directly after the final “American Idol” season episode in the hope of building an audience base, but it always struggled in the 18-49 age range that is key for advertisers.
The premiere attracted an audience of just 1.9 million in that demographic and by this Tuesday, the figure had slumped below 1 million – the lowest ever rating for an original series on one of the Big Four networks.