Melbourne, May 30 (ANI): Lara Bingle has been thrown into the heat of the TV ratings war after her reality show was shifted from Thursdays to the prime-time slot of 8pm on Tuesdays.
Thanks to "very encouraging" advertising support, 'Being Lara Bingle' will replace 'Modern Family' and go up against Nine's ratings powerhouse 'The Big Bang Theory' and Seven's US drama 'Once Upon A Time' on Channel 10.
The scheduling decision, which was made on Tuesday, comes on the back of a series of positive test screenings and huge public interest in the show, which will launch on June 12.
"We are getting dozens of calls about this show every day," News.com,au quoted one Ten staffer as saying.
The first review of the opening episode of cricketer Michael Clarke's former fiancee's reality show 'Being Lara Bingle' is an eye-opener.
Dubbed as an inside look at the "real" person behind the headlines, the show will be diced up into 10 30-minute episodes and will also feature her brother Josh, mother Sharon and Australian manager and best friend Hermione Underwood.
Currently filming scenes in Los Angeles, where Bingle is trying to break into acting, the series hit a publicity snag this week when it was revealed the 8-million-dollar Bondi apartment in which she "lives" in the show is rented by producers. (ANI)