Project Runway 4 will debut Nov. 14, Heidi Klum says; Bravo says there is no official debut date

Heidi Klum has revealed the debut date of Project Runway 4 on her web site. Previously, Bravo has said only that the show would return in the fall. Heidi’s site says:

Project Runway Season Premiere-November 14th
Watch the new season of Project Runway beginning Wednesday, November 14th, only on Bravo (check your local listings). I consider it to be our best season yet!

A November debut is a few weeks earlier than the previous two seasons that debuted during the winter and concluded after Fashion Week in February. The first season debuted on Dec. 1, 2004, and season two debuted on Dec. 7, 2005.

Update: That message has now been removed from Heidi’s site, and Bravo says that Nov. 14 is not the official debut date. A Bravo spokesperson told my MSNBC.com colleague, “No, we have not locked a date. (Nov. 16) was posted to Heidi’s Web site in error and has now been removed. Sorry for any confusion.”

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