In the second installment of "Sin City Rules" -- the show that is not "The Real Housewives of Las Vegas," but kind of is -- Amy Hanley went to see a medium to commune with her father. Tom Hanley was a notable mafia boss. He died when Amy was very young.
Through the medium, her father told her that he regrets never getting to say goodbye to her, or getting to tell her that he loves her.
"He gets down on one knee and says, 'I’m sorry,'" the medium told her.
It was a touching and powerful moment for Amy, but how many people saw it? Less than a million viewers tuned into the premiere, which is a disappointing debut for TLC. To add insult to injury, "Sin City Rules" is getting largely negative reviews. Will viewers catch on and improve its fortunes?
"Sin City Rules" continues on Sundays at 10 p.m. EST on TLC.
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