Her televised modelling contest ‘America’s Next Top Model’ will go down in history as one of the most celebrated television offerings in broadcasting history.
Alas, the same can’t be said for her latest daytime TV project ‘FABLife’ which has been rocked by “catastrophic” viewing figures.
Potentially bad news for the usually Bankable Ms. Banks below…
‘FAB’ touched down on TV on September 14th 2015 with help from its co-hosts Chrissy Teigen, Joe Zee, Leah Ashley and Lauren Makk.
Unfortunately, just over a month after its premiere, the series has been slapped with unconfirmed cancellation reports ignited by what some are calling “catastrophic ratings.”
“Sources” close to the series told ‘Page Six’ :
The new ratings are beyond catastrophic. The show’s a ratings disaster, specifically with [adults 25 to 54]. By comparison, Bethenny [Frankel]’s delivery of the [25 to 54 demographic] was 29 percent higher than FABLife at the time of its cancellation.
These sources claim that ABC is already on the hunt for a replacement and that the show’s current producers can expect to pushed out to make way for replacements who will be tasked with rescuing it from cancellation.
Banks is yet to respond.