It looks like they didn't have a lot of room to play with, so two kinos, mounted vertically at 45° left & right. Quite close in to make it as broad as possible [for which I'd have used them horizontally ;)
I'd also have put diffuser gels right across the barn doors at their widest to try spread it still further.
The end result for such a potentially soft-light setup seems to have come out a bit hard-edged, the shadows in her hair etc. It's also all a bit shiny on her face.
Also, as mentioned , getting a light in back would have helped separation from the TV.
This and the fact they've got one of the kinos reflecting in the TV is what makes me think they didn't have enough room to work & also that they only had those two lights to work with.
As they've used old-fashioned fluorescent tube kinos rather than modern temperature-controllable ones, I'm guessing they mis-judged the light temperature, so the shot has come out quite a way to the magenta side. I can only guess they'd set up for "fluorescent" which doesn't work for standard tube kinos, as they actually qualify as "daylight".
Lens, I can't come up with any better guess than Florian - it's something short. A bigger giveaway would be if they'd gone for a two-shot [or even group shot] so you could see how the edges of frame were affected. With just a sofa & TV in background there's not a lot to judge from. Big nose, little ears [or in this case, big head, little shoulders] is definitely in evidence, but there's not enough for me to guess in a still without knowing what the presenter looks like in real life, or see her in motion on video.
crop/zoom - 2 kinos in eye & hard edge on face