Undercover Angels was a 2002 Australian television series produced by the Seven Network which imitated the American Charlie's Angels series. It featured multiple Olympic and World champion swimmer Ian Thorpe, who acted as the mentor to three women who performed good deeds for people in need. The show was first shown on 12 May, and was the fifth most watched television show in that week in Australia. Overall, it averaged 1.3 million viewers in its run of eleven episodes. The three "angels" travelled in Alfa Romeos performing deeds such as decorating a nursery for a young couple with newborn children, and finding a replacement puppy for children whose dog had been stolen. It was widely panned by media critics, with the Sydney Morning Herald television critic Ruth Ritchie declaring it "the worst show in the history of the world". Thorpe, however, did not mind the criticism, pointing to the fact that he was satisfied that the show was in the minority of reality shows in which good behaviour was rewarded.
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