“High Society” didn’t do especially well after “America’s Next Top Model” last week, so The CW is moving the show — to a half-hour later on Wednesdays.
The network says “High Society” and “Fly Girls” — a show about Virgin America flight attendants — will swap time periods when the latter series premieres on Wednesday, March 24. “Fly Girls” will air at 9 p.m. ET leading out of “Top Model,” and “High Society” will follow at 9:30.
“High Society,” which opened to 1.4 million viewers last week, will still air after “Top Model” at 9:30 on Wednesday (March 17).
– Bravo is relocating “The Millionaire Matchmaker.”
The cable channel has picked up the show starring dating guru Patti Stanger for a fourth season, which will follow Stanger to New York as she tries to expand her business there. As always, she’ll try to help two wealthy clients per episode find love.
The show is enjoying its best season in the ratings this year, averaging 1.2 million viewers. There’s no word yet on when the fourth season will debut.
– “Napoleon Dynamite” star Jon Heder’s upcoming series at Comedy Central has added two “Saturday Night Live” veterans to its cast.
The show, from Will Ferrell and Adam McKay’s company Gary Sanchez Productions, will star Heder as a guy with big dreams — dreams so big they cause him to lose his job and move back in with his parents.
Sanz (“Year One,” “In the Motherhood”) and Parnell (“30 Rock,” “Archer”) will play Heder’s friends, an ex-con and a high school teacher. Filming is set to begin at the end of March for a summer premiere.
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