THE THREE LADIES OF CBS’s NEW DATING REALITY SERIES “3″ EMBARK ON AN EMOTIONAL JOURNEY FOR LOVE DURING THE SEASON PREMIERE ON SUNDAY, JULY 29
July 6, 2012 by J!-ENT
“Pilot” – During the series premiere of “3,” 29-year-old entrepreneur April Francis, 34-year-old pharmaceutical sales rep Rachel Harley and 24-year-old model Libby Lopez meet for the first time at their luxurious lakeside home in Chicago, where they will begin their quest for love by meeting eligible men from across the country. Emotions immediately run high as Rachel tries to come to grips with re-entering the dating scene as a widow, while April struggles to manage her expectations and Libby searches for that special someone who also shares her religious beliefs. The premiere of “3” will debut Sunday, July 29 (9:00 – 10:30 PM, ET/PT).
“3” is a new relationship series in which three single women of different ages, life experiences and backgrounds meet for the first time with a common goal – to find true love. During their journey, the women meet nearly 100 men before they begin to narrow down their suitors to find their perfect partner. As they search for love, they share their lives and emotionally support one another during the dating and decision-making process. The series is hosted by Alex Miranda.
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