Apparently, "3" is a crowd, according to CBS.

The network has pulled its summer dating show "3" after only two episodes, according to Entertainment Weekly. The show, which was based on an Israeli series, followed three very different single women who came together to find true love. They met nearly 100 men in search of their perfect partners and found support in each other in the process.

The premiere of "3" on July 26 brought in 2.39 million viewers, according to TV By The Numbers, but its second episode dropped to 1.65 million viewers.

Earlier this week, Vulture reported that despite its "Big Brother" lead in, "3's" second episode scored "what appear[ed] to be the lowest demo ratings ever for a premiere" on CBS, averaging a mere 0.5 rating with adults under 50.

In place of "3" on Sundays at 9 p.m. ET, CBS will air repeats of "The Good Wife" until the series returns with new episodes in September. Now we'll never now if April Francis, Rachel Harley and Libby Lopez find true love.

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