HOLLYWOOD - The list of the new television season's cancelled shows continues to grow as yet another one gets added to the list of television losers.
After only airing four episodes ABC has pulled the plug on Charlie's Angels a show which network executives thought was going to bring in the viewers and the big advertising dollars.
The network powers that be figured that they would capture the male viewers between the ages of 16 and 76 simply because they would have the three girls show more skin per episode than the original Charlie's Angels showed in the entire first season back in 1976.
But as the late great Johnny Carson used to say, "Wrong again, movie clapper breath."
According to Fajita San Guacamole of Hollywood Innuendo the main reason why this 2011 version of Charlie's Angels failed is because no one has ever heard of the three actresses; Minka Kelly, Rachael Taylor, and Annie Ilonzeh.
San Guacamole was told by one of the shows executives, who did not want her name revealed, that the three Charlie's Angels were to have originally been Kim Kardashian, Scarlett Johansson, and Rihanna, but the studio balked at the idea and decided to save money by going with three relatively unknown actresses.
But like the saying goes, "You get what you pay for." And so now ABC is left with tons of expensive clothing, shoes, hair products, make up, jewelry, fingernail and toenail polish, and spray on tanning products.
San Guacamole tried to interview all three of the semi-starlets but all said that they were so devastated at having their show cancelled that they could barely stand much less talk.
Annie Ilonzeh, [Pronounced: ANN-EEE], the lesser known of all three was especially upset because she said that she had just purchased a brand new home in Venice Beach, a brand new Toyota Tacoma truck, and a race horse.
She said that she would be putting all three up on eBay and moving in with her 97-year-old great-grandmother Emma Poofgarden who lives in a two-bedroom apartment in La Brea.
The word on the street is that ABC plans on replacing 'Charlie's Angels' with an exercise show called "Exercising To The Oldies Music With Richard 'The Old Sissy' Simmons."