Bethenny Frankel recently debuted a preview of her highly anticipated talk show while on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" on Thursday, and admits that she is "excited."
In the short clip the 41-year-old reveals the nature of her syndicated talk show to her hyped audience.
"We are going to talk about marriage and relationships and sex and money and we're going to go through this all together!" Frankel tells the audience.
While some critics have questioned whether Frankel's show could create competition- particularly for DeGeneres, who is her good friend- the mother of one insists that it will be different to other.
"This is it's own unique thing. It's going to be its own kind of show," Bethenny explained to Ellen.
Warner Bros. Television Distribution, Frankel's show's distributor, had initially planned for the show to launch in the fall of 2012, although it failed to gain enough major station pickups.
In January, it was announced that Warner gave the green light to a 6-week trial run for Frankel's show, in a bid to assess the public's response and whether the show has potential for longevity.
DeGeneres is reportedly so keen for Frankel to have her own talk show that she agreed to executive produce the show along with Frankel, which will likely be beneficial considering her extensive experience.
Frankel's husband, Jason Hoppy, was also spotted in the preview clip supporting his wife from the audience, which has raised questions about their alleged divorce.
The couple, who has been married for one year, has publicized the strains of their marriage in their hit Bravo reality TV show "Bethenny Ever After" several times and new reports suggest that their marriage is over, according to Star Magazine.
"They are going to get a divorce … it's imminent," a source told Star, adding that they individually met with divorce lawyers recently.
Frankel refuses to confirm whether the reports are true and recently suggested that fans should tune in to her new talk show to find out the truth during a recent appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live."
"We're going to talk about everything on my show! June 11 on Fox Broadcasting," Frankel said.