Guess not many people wanted to watch "Harry," either: Fox has pulled reality show "I Wanna Marry 'Harry'" from its schedule.
The dating show, which pitting unsuspecting American gals against each other in their quest to win over a man posing as Britain's Prince Harry, pulled in paltry ratings, which flatlined over the past two weeks. "Harry" scored just a 0.4 ratings share in that timeframe, putting it on Fox's chopping block.
But for the few fans of the so-bad-it's-almost-sorta-good series eager to see how the show wraps up, Fox is putting "Harry" out to pasture online, where the show's remaining episodes will be burned off. According to Deadline, "All unaired episode of 'I Wanna Marry "Harry"' will be made available on Fox.com, Fox On Demand, FOX NOW and Hulu, starting [Friday] afternoon."
Fox also cancelled improv comedy series "Riot," which scored the same dismal 0.4 ratings as "Harry." No word yet on whether remaining installments of that show will also find their way online, since the series was not owned by Fox.
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