A reality TV show about the Durst quadruplets from Buffalo, Minn., has been rescheduled for March 15 and moved to a post-prime time slot.

"Four of a Kind" is the Lifetime cable network's series about Calli, Kendra, Megan and Sarah Durst. The eight-episode show will run at 10 p.m. CST.

It was initially scheduled to debut at 8 p.m., one day before the foursome's 18th birthday. The delay was due to "schedule adjustments," said Lifetime spokeswoman Theresa Black.

The eight-episode show follows the quads during their senior year at Buffalo High School and will document "each quadruplet's experience juggling adolescence, including boys, school, homework, sports, gossip and what lies ahead for them, their older brother, Travis, and their single mother, Naomi."

Naomi Durst beat the odds of 1 in 700,000 by having quadruplets without using fertility drugs.

For more about the show, visit www.mylifetime.com/shows/four-of-a-kind.

PAUL WALSH