NBC has axed Rosie O'Donnell's variety show Rosie Live after only 1 episode.
The network was banking on holiday viewers to tune in, but the show failed miserably ending up as one of the evenings lowest-rated programs.
NBC had wanted to expand the program into a series if viewers embraced the variety act format. Other networks who are currently developing their own variety programs were also watching.
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Well, now we know who made up all of the viewers.
"There's a notion that the climate is right for the genre to make a comeback," emailed an executive at a rival network.
"I guess we now know what not to do, thanks to Rosie."
Yeah, anyone remember the Nick and Jessica's holiday variety act?