ABC has decided to pull Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution off the May sweeps schedule, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
The series, which follows British chef Jamie Oliver as he attempts to reform school lunch programs in America, will resume in June, where it will air on Fridays at 9/8c. The move comes as a result of sagging ratings for the show's second season.
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Season 1 was a modest hit for the network last year, airing on Fridays and averaging 6.79 million viewers. But ABC moved the show in its second season to Tuesdays at 8/7c — where it faced heavy competition from Glee and NCIS. Its latest outing brought in just 4.72 million.
ABC will re-air the first two episodes of Season 2 on Friday, May 27, beginning at 8/7c. New episodes will then debut Friday, June 3 at 9/8c, with the season finale slated for Friday, June 24.
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