Perfect Score

Perfect Score TV show on CW: canceled or renewed?Network: The CW
Episodes: 12 (half-hour)
Seasons: One

TV show dates: July 16, 2013 — September 27, 2013
Series status: Cancelled

Performers include: Arielle Kebbel (host).

TV show description:      
Hosted by Arielle Kebbel, this dating show gives contestants a chance to win a date — as well as cold hard cash. The catch is that they must successfully identify their perfect match.

In each episode, two friends compete to see who can pick their ideal mate from a group of 10 prospective singles, after both the players and the contestants have taken compatibility tests.

These tests are used to assign cash values to each possible match, and the player who selects the most compatible single — with the highest cash value — wins the cash prize and the date.

Series Finale:     
Episode #12 — Catch of the Day
Contestants and best buds Joey and Zach spend their days sailing the ocean and their nights searching for love. The girls test their fishing skills and the guys attempt to reel in their perfect score.
First aired: September 27, 2013

  

What do you think? Do you like the Perfect Score TV series? Do you think it should have been cancelled or renewed for a second season?

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  1. Kerri Kempa says

    ~ just wanted 2 say I just discovered UR show & I love it… ALL!!! The show , the host the concept & especially the contestants… one in particular… Tyler. it was last week, Friday *July 19th @ 9pm. He was against his cute friend Kyle, who ended up with the date & $ money. I would love 2 meet him so badly. Damn, it was love @ 1st sight through a Tv… WOW! I would love 2 be on the show… & meet him as well. I can’t stop thinking about him. ???Well, I better go cool off…
    Pls reply.
    *Thanks & keep up the great work on this show!!! Have a great day!

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