The CNBC reality/game show “Crowd Rules” has been put on haitus due to low ratings. The weekly show, hosted by entrepreneur Kendra Scott and NY1 anchor Pat Kiernan, was averaging 47,000 viewers over its two airings. This week’s episode, which was to have aired Tuesday night, was shelved, as have future shows. “Crowd Rules” is part of CNBC’s move to reality shows in primetime.
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