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Average Joe. Season 1 Season 1 Season 2 Season 3 Season 4. Stunning former beauty queen and NFL cheerleader Melana Scantlin takes up residence in a beautiful Palm Springs mansion, expecting to meet 16 Prince Charmings who will vie to win her heart. What she doesn't know is that the men she's about to meet are actually "Average Joes" - nice guys with great hearts, but admittedly average looks - some even describing themselves as nerds and geeks!
Ready for Love is an American reality matchmaking competition television series that aired for three weeks on NBC in and six subsequent weeks on NBC. The series was scheduled to air Tuesdays from pm to pm Eastern and Pacific time, and premiered in that slot on Tuesday, April 9, It was hosted by Giuliana Rancic and Bill Rancic. The remaining six episodes were placed online on Tuesdays via the network's website, Hulu , the network's cable video on demand service, and iTunes and Amazon Video for purchase, until the June 4 finale. Episodes of Ready for Love run for two hours, and the series debuted on April 9,