Lara Bingle now reigns as the reality show queen at Ten after drawing 786,000 viewers to "Being Lara Bingle" Tuesday night.
'Bingle' ranked 14th in the Top Rating shows Tuesday night, according to OzTam Ratings.
Josh Bingle: Rising Star?
Josh Bingle, Lara's big brother earlier said he was hoping the show could get an "even better" rating, but a drop of 139,000 viewers is not bad for a show that just went past its premiere run.
The 10-part series on the life of the controversial model debuted with 925,000 viewers last week. It ranked sixth in the young 18-49 and 16-39 demographics, which told producers and advertisers the show is moving in the right direction.
Josh has reportedly quit his day job as crane operator knowing her younger sis' show would be a hit.
"Obviously everyone wants the show to do well. We wouldn't have gone into something like this if we weren't hoping it would be a success," Josh told Herald Sun.
Being Lara Bing: Something Lara believes in
On pedestrian.tv, Lara and her manager Hermione Underwood share their thoughts on the reality-based series.
"I think the greatest thing is doing something that you believe in, and it's gone really well," Lara said.
In a separate interview, Lara said "the show is a chance for the truth to come out" about the controversies she has gone through in the past.
Other TV Shows
Meanwhile, the U.S. series Once upon a Time dropped from the Top 10, gathering only 869,000 viewers compared to figures passing or nearly missing one million in its first five weeks. In contrast, the U.S. sitcom "The Big Bang Theory" got stronger with 1.165 million viewers compared to 984,000 last week. 'Big Bang" jumped five places to sixth place Tuesday night.