Fly Girls: New CW TV Show; Cancel or Keep It?

Fly GirlsThe CW recently debuted a new reality show that revolves around a group of female airline employees. But is Fly Girls living up to expectations or in a nose dive?

Fly Girls follows five beautiful Virgin America flight attendants as they jet from one glamorous location to the next, including Las Vegas, South Beach and New York City. In the series, Louise Nguyen, Farrah Williams, Tasha Dunnigan, Mandalay Roberts, and Nikole Rubyn pursue good times, great parties, adventure, and love.

The series debuted on March 24th with a tiny 0.4 rating in the 18-49 demographic and just 1.16 million viewers. In subsequent weeks, the demo numbers haven’t gone any lower (could they?) but the general viewers have dropped as low as 0.9 million.

While the ratings for Fly Girls aren’t getting any worse, it’s hard to imagine that they could get much worse or that the CW programmers would consider bringing this series back for another season.

On the positive side, the network only has three episodes left so they’ll surely air them all.

But, what do you think? Are people missing the boat on Fly Girls? Is it worth watching or should it fly away? Cancel or keep it?

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  1. Semaja Brewer says

    That really sucks, I really enjoyed the show! Possibly had they spent more on advertising, then more people would have watched it. I had never seen any of the previews for the show….wait, I think maybe once. Anyways, it had a great storyline and all the girls were fun, charismatic, and beautiful. Hello, guys! There lives were interesting as well! It had the drama, but one thing someone said is that they could have stretched the characters lives out a little more. Things did happen a little too quick. Other than that…it was great!

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