CBS today yanked its new dating show 3 from the schedule after just two episodes. Repeats of dramas will be put in its regular Sunday slot until The Good Wife returns in the fall. “It was a show we tried, we were excited about”, CBS Entertainment president Nina Tassler said at TCA on Sunday. “It didn’t quite get traction. I think overall the summer has been a little bit soft for everybody”. The show, based on a successful Israeli series, put contestants Libby Lopez, April Francis and Rachel Harley together in a house as they dated their way through 100 men. 3 had the lowest rating the network has ever had with a new series when it debuted on July 27. That was followed by a further fall of 38% when the show aired again on July 29 at 9 PM in what was to be its regular time slot. That airing of 3 drew an overall audience of just 1.8 million viewers. The move by CBS comes one day after ABC pulled the low rated improv bio comedy show Trust Us With Your Life from its schedule after just two weeks.
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