Two years ago, the show was so popular its almost bombed the Internet.

Now the annual Victoria's Secret lingerie fashion show is moving to prime time television. The Columbus-based company says it will air the fashion show on ABC on Nov. 15.

The hour-long show in prime time will feature 25 models, a 50-piece orchestra, a choir and comedy skits.

Victoria's Secret Chief Creative Officer Ed Razek is touting it as the sexiest night on TV.

The show made headlines two years ago when it was broadcast live on the Internet during the work day and so many people tried to watch it that Web traffic was slowed. Last year's broadcast on the Internet from the Cannes Film Festival is said to have set a viewership record.