Meet Bianca de la Garza: The woman moving up the ranks in late-night

show, “Bianca” (previously titled “Bianca Unanchored”), has just been picked up by seven new stations affiliated with the CBS Television Network and one CW network for a 10-week run.

That means “Bianca,” which found itself ranked No. 2 to “Saturday Night Live” just one month after it debuted in New England in January, will now be available as far west as Los Angeles starting Saturday.

Produced by Embassy Row (“Watch What Happens Live”), “Bianca” airs Saturday evenings and covers a variety of topics from pop culture to dating and hot spots, as well as celebrity interviews.

“Bianca is an entertaining and smart broadcaster who has been very successful for many years in New England,” CBS Television Stations president Peter Dunn said Monday in a statement. “We are pleased to give her the opportunity to significantly expand her popularity by clearing her show on many of our stations following our late news on Saturday nights.”