“Nashville” Reality Show Yanked

Fox TV has pulled the low-rated country music reality show Nashville from its schedule after only two episodes.

The series, which centers around a group of aspiring country singers trying to make it in Music City, averaged just 2.4 million viewers during its first two airings. The network says the show will return to the air sometime in October, but for now will be replaced by reruns of the new drama K-Ville. One of the singers featured on the show, Chuck Wicks, is currently in the Top 40 with his debut single, “Stealing Cinderella.”

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