NBC said on Friday it has ordered eight more episodes of its summer dating reality series "Meet My Folks." The series, in which a woman's parents meet bachelors and choose a favorite to date their
daughter, will return to NBC's schedule either as a mid-season or summer show in the upcoming season, an NBC spokeswoman said. Last week, "Folks" attracted 9.8 million viewers, making it the 16th most
watched show on television for the week. More importantly, it finished at No. 4 among advertiser-coveted 18- to 49-year-old viewers.