Dating guru Matthew Hussey revealed why he signed up for Channel Seven's The Single Wives.
The 31-year-old man told The Sunday Telegraph that he did not want to participate in a reality show. young, hot people, looking for love.
"Normally we see these hot young people coming out and watching them crush and burn, watch them do stupid things and get drunk, blah, blah, blah," he says.
"That's real life " Dating guru Matthew Hussey reveals why he signed up for the Channel Seven Single Wives and says that the staged dating games do not interest him
'[The Single Wives] is the real life … it shows the difficulties of dating.
At the time of Twinning shows, such as Married at First Sight and Baccalaureate franchises, he explained that he wanted to help women and their real romantic problems.
"There will be a lot of spectators who are exactly in the same position and it can help them, my mother is still married, but if she was alone at the stage of life, she is now watching a show like this I would like it to be something to help him, rather than the car, "he explained.
On its debut Wednesday, only 375,000 viewers tuned in, making it the worst reality show on a commercial network. Measurement tools were introduced in 2001.
The numbers failed to improve when the second episode aired, with an audience of only 357,000.
Real Life: The show follows four single women, three divorced and one widow, who return to the dating scene after their grief. Unfortunately for Matthew and Channel Seven, the show was not good in the TV rankings
Channel Seven has promised to stay true to the series, according to the Townsville Bulletin.
A spokesman for the network said that they would not move the show off its prime time yet, insisting that it will air at 7:30 pm next Wednesday and Thursday as scheduled.
Despite mediocre ratings, The Single Wives has been praised by critics for abandoning the usual artificial drama of the reality TV genre. in favor of women's positivity and empowerment.
. The public said Channel Seven had promised to stay in the series, according to the Townsville newsletter. A spokesman for the network said that they would not move the show from his meeting place from 19:30 Wednesday and Thursday as planned