Hottie Lara Bingle’s reality show proves dud on TV

Melbourne: Lara Bingle’s life seemed to be far less attractive this time around, as the second episode of her reality show ‘Being Lara Bingle’ attracted merely 782,000 viewers, which was 143,000 fewer than the number of people who watched the premiere last week.

Australian cricketer Michael Clarke’s former finacee’s ‘Being Lara Bingle’ finished 14th overall, a long way behind the Nine Network’s consistent ratings puller ‘The Block’, which is the most watched show with 1.408 million viewers.

Family drama ‘Packed To The Rafters’ was second with 1.371 million viewers followed by Seven News (1.329 million) and Nine News (1.254 million), reported.

‘Today Tonight’ held down fifth (1.184 million), sitcom ‘The Big Bang Theory’, which continues to rate highly, was sixth with 1.165 million watchers and A Current Affair was seventh (1.129 million).

Despite the failings of ‘Being Lara Bingle’, Ten had something to cheer about with ‘MasterChef’ and ‘Bikie Wars: Brothers in Arms’ making the top 10.

‘Home And Away’, which provided the Seven Network with four programs in the top 10 after attracting 922,000 viewers rounded off the top ten.

The top 10 Tuesday night ratings were:

The Block – 1.408 million
Packed To The Rafters – 1.371 million
Seven News – 1.329 million
Nine News – 1.254 million
Today Tonight – 1.184 million
The Big Bang Theory – 1.165 million
A Current Affair – 1.129 million
MasterChef – 1.036 million
Bikie Wars: Brothers In Arms – 1.026 million
Home And Away – 922,000