Wed August 8, 2012 6:15am
TEN'S much-hyped "dramality" series The Shire has been bumped in favour of new talent series Everybody Dance Now, which is set to premiere next Monday.
The Shire, which debuted on July 16, disappeared from this Monday's line-up but a network spokeswoman said the series - which pulled just 500,000 viewers last week - will surface tonight.
"Ahead of the extended Monday night broadcasts of Everybody Dance Now starting from Monday, August 13, The Shire will now air on Wednesdays," the spokeswoman said.
"The show's new slot completes an exciting Wednesday night line-up of new programs."
Ten is also set to roll out the drag-inspired talent search I Will Survive and the period drama Puberty Blues.