Remaining “Harry” episodes will be available On Demand, online and streaming platforms
Fox has shelved its poorly performing summer reality series “I Wanna Marry Harry” and “Riot.”
Starting next week, the shows will be replaced by “Family Guy,” “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” “New Girl” And “The Mindy Project” on Tuesdays from 8-10 p.m.
The network is currently searching for a new slot in its schedule for the remaining episodes of “Riot” and “Harry.”
“Harry” fans can still find out who ended up with fake Prince Harry, though, as the episodes will be made available for early preview on Fox.com, Fox On Demand, FOX NOW and Hulu starting Friday afternoon.
Fox finished sixth in ratings on Tuesday with both “Riot” and “I Wanna Marry Harry” pulling in weak 0.4 ratings in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic.
The dating show starred Matthew Hicks, a 24-year-old Prince Harry lookalike. On this Ryan Seacrest Production, Hicks dupes 12 American women into thinking they're dating the real royal.
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“Riot” is a basically a variety show complete with song, dance and sketch challenges with the extra twist of taking place on the show's trademark one-of-a-kind set, which is tilted at a 22-degree angle.