TEN has hit the button on Breakfast and will launch tomorrow at 6am, in the wake of Kevin Rudd’s resignation.
The new show was due to begin on Monday.
The show features Paul Henry, Kathryn Robinson, Andrew Rochford and Magdalena Roze.
TEN is understood to have been busy with rehearsals in readiness for Monday, but the news of Kevin Rudd resigning as Foreign Minister ahead of a showdown with PM Julia Gillard, has News headlines in a spin.
Launching the show early is ambitious, but very smart given the circumstances.
It all begins at 6am.
We said be prepared for a show that’s cheeky and unpredictable, and today’s surprise resignation by Kevin Rudd means it’s time for Breakfast to launch.
Guesting on The Project this evening, Breakfast host Paul Henry made the announcement that TEN’s Breakfast show will launch tomorrow, Thursday 23rd February at 6am. The team is ready. The wait is over.
Paul Henry says: “This is a hugely exciting evening. We are not launching Breakfast on Monday. TEN are launching Breakfast tomorrow morning at 6am. How good is that!”