I'm anticipated that Ashton Kutcher's new show, The Real Wedding Crashers, is going to be a huge hit. Not only because his other show was so popular and because he's quite popular himself, but because the idea of watching how other people react to how they expect you to react on your wedding day should something go wrong.
After weeks of teaser promos, NBC has finally announced the premiere of The Real Wedding Crashers, a new six-episode hidden camera comedy series where the couples being married are in on the joke, teaming up with five "crashers" to create an event their guests won't soon forget.
The Real Wedding Crashers, produced by Ashton Kutcher and Jason Goldberg's Katalyst Films, will premiere on Monday, April 23 at 10PM ET/PT (immediately after Heroes returns from its brief hiatus at 9PM ET/PT) and air regularly in the Mondays at 10PM ET/PT time period throughout its run.
In the meantime, David E. Kelley's "The Wedding Bells" is getting cut after moving to it's regular time slot on Friday.
"While we've been pleased with the show creatively, and David's writing was first-rate, ('Bells') just didn't secure the ratings we'd hoped for," Fox said in a statement.
Four episodes of "Bells" have aired. For now, the network said it intends to air the remaining three segments.
This makes for an interesting opening for Kutcher's The Wedding Crashers but I still think it will do better than The Wedding Bells. Firstly NBC, where The Wedding Crashers will air, is in desperate need of a hit show so they'll do what they can to place it in a good day/time as well as promote it like crazy. Secondly, it's a hidden camera show and American's love their hidden camera shows.
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