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Fox Moves 'I Wanna Marry Harry' Up by a Week


By Tony Maglio

A handful of lucky ladies are going to get their chance to marry a pale British guy a little earlier than they thought.

Fox moved up reality dating series "I Wanna Marry Harry" by one week, to Tuesday, May 20 at 9 p.m. The debut will follow the season finale of "American Idol."

Improv comedy show "Riot," which debuted to a very low rating on Tuesday, will take the week off.

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"I Wanna Marry Harry" follows 12 American women who are flown to England to meet their potential "Prince Charming." What they don't know is that they'll be meeting Matthew Hicks, an average Englishman who looks like Prince Harry.

The unscripted series comes from Zig Zag Productions and Ryan Seacrest Productions. It was created by Danny Fenton and is executive-produced by Fenton, Kevin Utton and Matt Gould for Zig Zag Productions; Seacrest, Adam Sher and Heather Schuster for RSP; and David Tibballs and Rebecca Eisen.

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