Matty J and Laura Byrne overshadow The Bachelor for skipping four episodes in a week amid disappointing ratings

Former Bachelor stars Laura Byrne and Matty ‘Jay’ Johnson have thrown shade on the latest season of the series for screenings of double their usual episodes a week.

Laura, 36, told her husband Matty, 35, that she was shocked to learn that Channel 10 is now airing four episodes a week of the series, which has been renamed. Bachelors.

‘This week we thought we were opening three episodes. But now it’s four and we were watching until 3am,’ he joked to Matty. Life in Cut The podcast

Former Bachelor stars Laura Byrne and Matty 'Jay' Johnson have thrown shade on the latest season of the series for screenings of double their usual episodes a week.

Former Bachelor stars Laura Byrne and Matty 'Jay' Johnson have thrown shade on the latest season of the series for screenings of double their usual episodes a week.

Former Bachelor stars Laura Byrne and Matty ‘Jay’ Johnson have thrown shade on the latest season of the series for screenings of double their usual episodes a week.

‘What are they doing?’, asked a frustrated Matty.

Laura said that the increased episode count meant she wouldn’t have time to recap the show in detail on her podcast, and would instead give a shorter version.

‘Jesus Christ, no one can open so much and no one can see so much bachelor,’ said Laura.

Laura, 36, told her husband Matty, 35, that she was shocked to learn that Channel 10 is now airing four episodes a week of the series, dubbed The Bachelors.

Laura, 36, told her husband Matty, 35, that she was shocked to learn that Channel 10 is now airing four episodes a week of the series, dubbed The Bachelors.

Laura, 36, told her husband Matty, 35, that she was shocked to learn that Channel 10 is now airing four episodes a week of the series, dubbed The Bachelors.

He added that at this rate, the show will be gone in two weeks and Channel Ten will be gone with it.

This comes after the show premiered on January 9 to disastrous ratings.

This led to speculation that Channel 10 was looking to quickly screen the season so it could focus on other programmes.

'This week we thought we were opening three episodes.  But now it's four and we've been watching until 3am.

'This week we thought we were opening three episodes.  But now it's four and we've been watching until 3am.

‘This week we thought we were opening three episodes. But now it’s four and we were watching until 3am,” he joked to Matty on his Life in Cut podcast. (pictured)

The Bachelor launched to just 309,000 metro viewers, 18,000 fewer than the low-rated new-look The Project which aired immediately before.

The primetime show once commanded almost a million viewers a night in its 2018 peak when NRL ‘Honey Badger’ Nick Cummins attracted 940,000 fans in the capital cities alone.

But the franchise and the ten have been in rapid decline ever since. Last year’s premiere was labeled a disaster after it drew just 482,000 metro viewers.

But the recent figure of 309,000 may prove to be terminal, as they fell even further on the second night to just 273,000.

This comes after the show premiered on January 9 to disastrous ratings.

This comes after the show premiered on January 9 to disastrous ratings.

This comes after the show premiered on January 9 to disastrous ratings.

Source: | Dailymail.co.uk

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