The remaining six episodes were placed online on Tuesdays via the network's website, Hulu, the network's cable video on demand service, and i Tunes and Amazon Video for purchase, until the June 4 finale.It had originally been planned for a Sunday night slot as the lead-in to The Apprentice before NBC reshuffled its spring 2013 schedule; the Tuesday time slot was regarded as an upgrade because The Voice is a strong lead-in, and the network hoped the show would attract the viewers who had previously watched The Bachelor on Tuesdays.Eligible women applied online to matchmakers Amber Kelleher-Andrews, Tracy Mc Millan and Matthew Hussey. Club gave the premiere episode an "F" grade, calling it "a catastrophe of a television show", "pure evil", "boring, superficial, and bland" and its treatment of the contestants "despicable".Each of the three bachelors had a field of twelve bachelorettes that were chosen for him: each matchmaker selected four women per bachelor. its premiere only brought in 3.67 million viewers with a 1.5 rating.In terms of viewership, only 27.6% of its lead-in stayed to watch it.In terms of the 18–49 category, it only retained 34.1% of its lead in.
So for a 24-year old, the upper age limit would be 34 (i.e., 17 * 2).
What is the acceptable minimum age for your own (and others’) dating partners?
When this question comes up in conversation, someone inevitably cites the “half your age plus seven” rule.
Now we can see how well the rule corresponds with people’s reported acceptable ages.
Men’s preferred minimum partner age: Let’s start with minimum age preferences reported by heterosexual men.
According to the rule, for example, a 30-year-old should be with a partner who is at least 22, while a 50-year-old’s dating partner must be at least 32 to not attract (presumed) social sanction. Does it match our scientific understanding of age-related preferences for dating? Researchers Buunk and colleagues (2000) asked men and women to identify the ages they would consider when evaluating someone for relationships of different levels of involvement.