Ready for Love

ready for love TV showNetwork: NBC
Episodes: Nine (hour)
Seasons: One

TV show dates: April 9, 2013 — June 4, 2013
Series status: Cancelled

Performers include: Giuliana and Bill Rancic (hosts), Amber Kelleher-Andrews, Tracy McMillan, and Matt Hussey (matchmakers).

TV show description:      
How far would you go to meet your soul-mate? Hosted by Giuliana and Bill Rancic, this dating competition series helps some singles figure out the answer to that question.

Prior to the start of the competition, three eligible bachelors are chosen by executive producer Eva Longoria. Each are committed to finding the right women with whom to share their lives. They’re “ready for love.”

The series begins with matchmakers (Amber Kelleher-Andrews, Tracy McMillan, and Matt Hussey) conducting a nationwide search for 12 potential perfect mates for each man. Then the show launches a romantic journey that combines an in-studio competition and with reality show elements. Each week, the women who fail to make a connection with the men will be sent home.

In the finale, the quest for love culminates when the three men choose their final three women. Together, the couples must decide if they’ll get engaged, married, or simply live happily ever after.

Series Finale:     
Episode #9 — An Engagement and a Song
Miami-based entrepreneur Ernesto Arg├╝ello chose Shandi Finnessey, 34, from Los Angeles. Santa Barbara-based Plain White T’s member Tim Lopez chose Jenna Reeves, age 23, from Austin. And Dallas-based financier Ben Patton chose Angela Zatopek, 24, from Houston. (This episode was released online and on-demand but was not shown on NBC.)
First aired: June 4, 2013

  

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

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  1. Chana says

    I love this show. Very surprise they would cancel it. We need to finish to end. I would not cancel this show.

  2. What????? says

    How can you cancel a show half way through the season? I just spent half my evening looking for the show and finally looked it up to my dismay. Nice job NBC, once again. No wonder your ratings are falling…..

  3. What????? says

    How can you cancel a show half way through the season? Nice job, again, NBC!! The show wasn’t call Ann…..

  4. Janny says

    It certainly isn’t right to just stop in the middle. if you’re going to cancel a show, cancel it after the season has finished, not in the middle after people have put forth the effort watch to the first part of it. When will we see the end?

  5. Awwwww, come on! says

    This is NOT the kind of show you can cancel without showing the entire season! Will be soooo disappointed to not see the outcomes!

  6. Really says

    Really?? This is a real reality show and they want to cancel it? This show hasn’t even finished yet.! Its one thing to cancel a normal show like king of queens these people are watching this show cant even get the end. Seriously??? Everyone just finished there normal season finale shows and found something new to keep them occupied and no care except sorry canceled… Let us see the end come on its already been filmed I guess.

  7. Anonymous says

    u gotta be kiddin me… so, i watched the first two episodes… how are they goin to let me finish the rest of the episodes? bummer… :(

  8. Confused says

    I thought it was way better than the bachelor. It seemed more real. I don’t know how bachelor stays on the air.

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