NBC Announces Special Preview Air Date of Tuesday, March 26 for 'Ready for Love'

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March 1st, 2013

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via press release:

NBC ANNOUNCES SPECIAL PREVIEW AIR DATE OF TUESDAY, MARCH 26 (9-11 P.M.) FOR NEW RELATIONSHIP SHOW ‘Ready For Love” FROM EXECUTIVE PRODUCER EVA LONGORIA
Series Will Move to Its Regular Day and Time Premiere on Sunday, March 31 (8-10 p.m. ET)
UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. – March 1, 2013 – NBC will roll out its new relationship show “Ready For Love” with a special preview on Tuesday, March 26 (9-11 p.m. ET) before moving to its regular day and time slot premiere on Sunday, March 31 (8-10 p.m. ET).

NBC will soon announce the 36 women who will have a chance to find romance with three successful and handsome men, hand-selected by executive producer Eva Longoria (“Desperate Housewives”).

The series, from Longoria’s UnbeliEVAble Entertainment, Renegade 83 and Universal Television, focuses on three extraordinary men -- Ben Patton, an international financier from Dallas; Tim Lopez, a member of the popular music group Plain White T’s from Austin, Texas, and Ernesto Arguello, an entrepreneur with a social vision from Miami -- who are committed to finding their soul mate.

Giuliana and Bill Rancic will host the series where three internationally renowned matchmakers -- Amber Kelleher-Andrews, Tracy McMillan and Matt Hussey -- will help the men find their perfect matches.

 
  • Rob R

    So much for “Go On,” “New Normal,” and “Smash” praying for the return of “The Voice” to Tuesdays to save them. All three shows will be sacrificed as if already TOO LATE to be saved in favor of the upteenth “Bachelor” ripoff show.

  • Dan S

    So if RFL is 2 hrs does that mean the Donald gets cut back to 1 hr with CA ? Sunday’s on NBC without football is a vast wasteland of nothing worthy to watch. I’m surprised that Smash didn’t get dumped on Sun instead of CA if it’s only going to be 1 hr.

  • Greg Chenoweth

    These “special previews” have not been working for NBC. Sunday, since football ended, is one of their lowest rated evenings. Why not just start it in its regular time slot? People have not been following these shows to their second airing because it is not on when it first aired any more.

  • BigBrotherFan

    Show looks horrible I see it now…

    READY FOR FLOP!

  • GARY

    YAWN!

  • Ultima

    @Greg Chenoweth
    Why not just start it in its regular time slot?

    Because… “Sunday, since football ended, is one of their lowest rated evenings.

    People have not been following these shows to their second airing because it is not on when it first aired any more.

    Nonsense. People don’t follow the shows to their new timeslots because they’re not interested in them.

  • Paul

    Gee, another stupid “reality” show. What a big waste of time. Maybe NBC should try some decent prime time game shows for a change? At least they can be more entertaining where people can play along.

  • Libs Suck

    Hopefully it will flop. EL’s left of Lenin.

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