Despite the fact that many Americans still face unemployment, it appears that they do not want to look to a reality series to help their situation. The Futon Critic reports that CBS has pulled the plug on its new reality show THE JOB after airing just two episodes.
The new series fared poorly in the ratings, pulling in a mere 3.37 million viewers and 0.7 rating among adults 18-49 this past Friday. The numbers represent a decline from the show's debut episode which delivered 4.12 million viewers, 0.9 adults 18-49 rating.According to the report, CBS will air "Undercover Boss" in the time slot, effective immediately.
From acclaimed executive producers Michael Davies and Mark Burnett, CBS's THE JOB, put deserving candidates face-to-face with executives at some of America's most prestigious companies in the most unique - and demanding - interview of their lives. Each week, a panel of high-ranking executives put five candidates through a series of elimination challenges, with three guest companies waiting in the wings to possibly make an offer of their own.
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