Desperate Scousewives axed after just one series.

It has been over a month since desperate Scousewives executive producer, Mal Young announced that Channel 4 bosses had axed the reality TV show Desperate Scousewives.

It seems that the show received negative coverage on social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook, despite starting out positively with over 562,000 viewers tuning in to the first episode – which was over 100,000 more than E4′s usual viewing numbers.

Many viewers didn’t warm to the characters in the way in which the cast and crew of the show had hoped. Ideally they wanted the show to hit the heady heights experienced by TOWIE and Made in Chelsea.

Many viewers felt that the series was overly scripted and did not feel as natural as TOWIE.Naturally, the cast were disappointed that there would be no second series. So what will the cast do now?

Scousewives resident gay couple, Chris and Mark will continue to run their salon – with a renewed demand for the latest celebrity beauty trend – the scousebrow.

Amanda Harrington and the O'Toole Sisters are starting Scouse Boutique

Gill, Amanda and Debbie are starting a new online venture Scouse Boutique

Head Scousewife Amanda Harrington and O’Toole sisters Gill and Debbie have teamed up to launch Scouse Boutique which will feature all the latest glamorous Liverpool fashion. The Desperate Scousewives dresses and style received a lot of interest from girls wanting to get the look. Local boutiques like April’s Boutique and Miss Francesca Couture got lots of attention and enquiries for their lines.

Layla Flaherty has made a few public appearances, recently doing a lingerie fashion show for a charity event in Manchester’s Bijou Club. At the same event was fellow Scousewife, Elissa – who as well as a few public appearances has returned to her journalist job as a columnist for Gossip Monthly Magazine.

Rioutous top scouse bird, Jodie is continuing her career as a make up artist – and fulfilling the rising demand for her signature scousebrow.

We are in no doubt that the Desperate Scousewives will continue in the limelight of Liverpool and remain the cream of Liverpool’s socialites. We will be following their antics with great interest and coverage on here, despite E4′s foolhardy decision not to currently run with series 2.

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