From former “Hawaii Five-0” writer Matt Wheeler and the showrunning team of Liz Kruger and Craig Shapiro (who previously ran the second season of “Extant”) “Salvation” takes the always fun pop culture concept of a killer asteroid/meteor/comet from outer space (“Armageddon,” “Deep Impact”) and removes fun from the equation.
Asking for the fun in a series about the potential destruction of the human race may sound crass, but on the same network where “Zoo” has reached something of a cult following for its over-the-top storytelling, “Salvation” doesn’t realize how enjoyable it could be.
Catfights are nowhere to be found, a strange and refreshing change of pace from usual reality fare.
Everything is scaled back — there’s no house filled with inebriated singletons fighting like caged zoo animals going after the same piece of meat.
Instead, “3” enlists a trio of stunning women who are tired of the dating scene, moves them into a luxurious — but tastefully decorated — mansion in Chicago and helpfully sends in a steady stream of attractive men to woo them.
The Women of CBS' The dating series centered on three single women — April Francis, Rachel Harley and Libby Lopez — who come from different background and ages but meet up to sift through nearly 100 men in their quest for true love.
3 is an American reality television series that premiered on July 26, 2012, on CBS in the United States.