"Love Broker" is leaving Bravo ... for now.
After only two episodes, the network has pulled the dating show from the schedule. A Bravo representative told HuffPost TV that the show -- which premiered on Mar. 5, and saw low ratings of 500,000 viewers -- will be relaunched this summer.
TV Guide was the first to report the news.
"Love Broker" is hosted by Lori Zaslow, a matchmaker who aims to help people find their soul mates New York City. The dating show will be replaced by "Real Housewives Of New York City" cast member Bethenny Frankel's reality show, "Bethenny Ever After," which chronicles Frankel's life as she wades through marriage and motherhood.
"Bethenny Ever After" -- which saw over 1 million viewers on its March 12th episode -- will take the place of "Love Broker" beginning on Mon., March 19, moving from 9 p.m. ET to 10 p.m. ET.
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