When Women Rule the World
American men can rejoice -- Fox apparently has little interest in giving viewers the chance to see women rule the world. Full Story
Fox is finally giving viewers a chance to see females reign supreme.
Fox has announced When Women Rule the World, a new reality series that will follow a group of strong-minded women as the run rough-shot over a group of unsuspecting men in a primitive Survivor-like society, is scheduled to premiere on Monday, March 3 at 8PM ET/PT.
Three years after its last attempt at a Temptation Island revival, Fox has announced plans to wade back into the reality television genre's more sensationalist waters with When Women Rule the World, the working title of a new reality series that will establish a matriarchal society and revive slavery.
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