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"Ready for Love" has been pulled from NBC, marking a failure in Eva Longoria's first attempt at producing a show.
The series lasted only two episodes on NBC before the network decided to pull to off the air on April 19.
Despite attracting popular hosts Bill and Giulianna Rancic to the show they were unable to pull the show into competition with other prime time TV shows, and the series struggled from the beginning.
The show will now leave a time slot vacancy, and the network will look to move things around accordingly. It has already been touted that the network will move "Grim" to take over the Tuesday time slot left bare by Longoria's show.
Ready for Love was an American reality matchmaking competition television series on NBC.
The series premiered on April 9, 2013, at 9:00 p.m. ET and was scheduled to air every Tuesday at 9 p.m. ET. The series was hosted by Giuliana and Bill Rancid, and features three bachelors and includes three matchmakers and a field of 36 bachelorettes.
On April 19, 2013, after two low-rated episodes, NBC pulled Ready for Love from its schedule.
Here is a video of the commercial for "Ready for Love":