It seems that FOX hasn’t fallen in love with this new series. The network has cancelled the Labor of Love TV show so we won’t be seeing a second season. The cancellation was confirmed by Variety.
Airing on the FOX television network, Labor of Love takes viewers along on one woman’s unconventional journey toward potential love and motherhood. It is hosted by actress Kristin Davis. In the first season of the series, we meet Kristy Katzmann. She’s a 41-year old, smart, successful and beautiful career woman who seems to have it all — except the one thing she wants the most. Like so many women in America today, she is ready to have a child and start a family, but has yet to meet the potential father of her children. Kristy is matched with 15 sexy, sophisticated, and like-minded men, who are ready to let their paternal sides shine. Each week, the aspiring fathers-to-be are faced with challenges that put their parenting and partnership skills to the test. Some will be eliminated and then, after eight weeks, mother-to-be Kristy (with the help of Kristin as a sounding board), will decide if she has found the man with whom she’d like to settle down and start a family or, if she’d rather continue on the path to motherhood on her own.
Airing on Thursday nights during the summer of 2020, the first season of Labor of Love averaged a 0.23 rating in the 18-49 demographic and 924,000 viewers. It was the lowest-rated of the network’s three summer series.
What do you think? Do you like the Labor of Love TV show on FOX? Would you have watched season two of this series?