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September 5, 2003 | Greg Braxton
Although Fox is keeping mum about specific details, its hit "Joe Millionaire" will return for a second season Oct. 20, airing Mondays and, starting the following week, Tuesdays. The Tuesday installment will replace "American Juniors," the youth-oriented spinoff of "American Idol" that was dropped from the Fox lineup after performing poorly during the summer. The first season of "Joe Millionaire" revolved around a construction worker who posed as a millionaire while wooing a bevy of single women.
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September 5, 2003 | Greg Braxton
Although Fox is keeping mum about specific details, its hit "Joe Millionaire" will return for a second season Oct. 20, airing Mondays and, starting the following week, Tuesdays. The Tuesday installment will replace "American Juniors," the youth-oriented spinoff of "American Idol" that was dropped from the Fox lineup after performing poorly during the summer. The first season of "Joe Millionaire" revolved around a construction worker who posed as a millionaire while wooing a bevy of single women.
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February 19, 2003 | Brian Lowry, Times Staff Writer
Fox's record-setting performance with Monday's "Joe Millionaire" finale has again demonstrated just how quickly prime-time fortunes can shift thanks to staged reality programs with the potential to attract explosive ratings. After a weak fourth-place finish during the most recent rating sweeps in November, Fox, buoyed by "Joe Millionaire" and "American Idol," appears destined to win the February survey within the key demographics sought by media buyers.
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February 19, 2003 | Brian Lowry, Times Staff Writer
Fox's record-setting performance with Monday's "Joe Millionaire" finale has again demonstrated just how quickly prime-time fortunes can shift thanks to staged reality programs with the potential to attract explosive ratings. After a weak fourth-place finish during the most recent rating sweeps in November, Fox, buoyed by "Joe Millionaire" and "American Idol," appears destined to win the February survey within the key demographics sought by media buyers.
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