• “I sent a message to Fran saying I’ve been through instances like this”

    EXCLUSIVE: Q&A host Tony Jones sent a message of support to Fran Kelly following a media storm over last week’s episode, and attributed the incident to the panel mix.
    “It could have been managed by having a panel with serious differences of opinion on it,” he tells TV Tonight.
    “If we were to go back and reinvent the panel we probably would have had a panel with alternative views, who might have actually argued if someone had talked about violence being an answer -eve
  • Prodigal Son

    Producer Greg Berlanti’s latest US series, Prodigal Son plays with the tenuous relationship between a former FBI profiler and his convicted serial killer father.
    Tom Payne stars as Malcolm Bright, whose unconventional style sees him fired from the FBI before being hired by NYPD Lieutenant Gil Arroyo (Lou Diamond Phillips). New York is suffering a spate of killings that mirror those of jailed killer Martin Whitly (Michael Sheen), who just happens to be Malcolm’s father.
    Father and so
  • Seven extends Sydney to Hobart deal

    Seven has extended its rights to broadcast the Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race until 2023.
    Managing Director of  Seven Melbourne and Head of Network Sport Lewis Martin said: “The Sydney Hobart is close to the heart of most Aussies.
    “After a busy Christmas Day, there’s nothing better than to sit back, relax and watch all the action unfold on Sydney Harbour. We’re rapt to continue our partnership with this truly great event, which just keeps getting bigger and better.&rdq
  • Seven Studios appoints Head of Development

    Seven Studios has appointed former Nine Head of Production and Development Trent Chapman as Head of Development.
    Whilst at Nine his productions included Travel Guides, Married At First Sight, Same Time Next Year, The Hot Plate, 20 to ONE and The Last Resort. 
    Chapman has previously worked at Endemol Shine Australia as head of production and development. He also spent 11 years at Seven as an executive producer on The Amazing Race Australia, The Mole, Beauty and the Geek Australia and World&
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  • Fremantle first look at 720 Creative projects

    Fremantle are partnering with newly-formed production company 720 Creative, headed by Paul Walton and Karla Burt (pictured) formerly of Princess Pictures, to develop new projects.
    The collaboration provides Fremantle with a first-look option to produce and distribute projects for both local and global markets. The development slate already includes two kids’ projects, a light entertainment series and documentary reality series. 720 Creative recently completed production on comedy series,
  • MKR: The Rivals: promo

    FIRST LOOK: Chef v Chef. Champions v Challengers 🔥
    Let's take this to the kitchen… the rivalry has begun. 🍽#MKR: The Rivals Coming in 2020 pic.twitter.com/D2MRrwTJrE
    — #MKR (@mykitchenrules) November 11, 2019This promo for My Kitchen Rules 2020 screened at recent Upfronts and was released publicly by Seven yesterday.
    The tweaked format sees Manu Feildel and Colin Fassnidge mentoring two teams, with Pete Evans as independent judge.
    My Kitchen Rules: The RivalsChef vs
  • Dateline: Nov 12

    This week on SBS Dateline is in Mosul.
    Dateline meets the families, estate agents, and heritage activists living in the ruins of Mosul two years after the defeat of IS.With renewed instability in the region can life in the once thriving cultural city ever return to normal?
    9:30pm Tuesday on SBS.
  • People’s Choice Awards 2019: winners

    E! conducted its People’s Choice Awards yesterday  in Santa Monica across music, film, TV and pop culture.
    TV winners included Stranger Things, The Big Bang Theory, Riverdale, Euphoria and E!’s very own Keeping Up With the Kardashians.
    Jennifer Aniston was selected as the People’s Icon of 2019.
    Here are the TV winners in bold:
    Show of 2019Game of ThronesWWE RawStranger ThingsThe Walking DeadThe Big Bang TheoryRiverdaleThis Is UsGrey’s Anatomy
    Drama Show of 2019
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  • The Magicians: teaser

    A teaser has been released for Season 5 of The Magicians, due in the US in January.
    This has screened in Australia on Syfy.
    A group of twentysomethings studying magic in New York discover a real-life fantasy world that poses a great threat to humanity in this drama adapted from Lev Grossman’s book series.
  • All Rise

    Here come the judges, prosecutors, and public defenders of a Los Angeles courthouse. Tuesday on FOX One.One Born Every Minute
    His Dark Materials
    Road to Riches
    Fat Pizza: Back in Business
    Bride & Prejudice
  • E! to revive The Soup with new host

    E! is reviving its pop culture talk show The Soup with a new host.
    Joel McHale hosted the series from 2004 – 2015, drawing humour from reality TV, viral videos and everything in between.
    Brazilian comedian and actress Jade Catta-Preta (Girl Code, @midnight) will host the new-look series when it returns in early 2020.
    “We’re excited to bring this beloved franchise back to the network, with a new take on an old favourite,” said Rod Aissa, executive vice president of produc
  • Airdate: Celebrity Hard Quiz. Returning: The Yearly with Charlie Pickering

    ABC has confirmed its dates for two Wednesday favourites in special next month.
    Gold Logie winner Tom Gleeson is back for his one-off Celebrity Hard Quiz as Waleed Aly, Lucy Durack, Celia Pacquola and Hamish Blake face off for The Big Brass Mug.
    Their expert topics are Batman, LEGO, Stephen King novels and Sleepless in Seattle.
    “Nothing says the spirit of Christmas more than hanging shit on 4 hapless celebrities. Christmas is a time of peace, giving and shit-stirring. Let’s Christma
  • New drama & comedy in development in WA

    Newly-launched WA based production company Galactic Baby has announced its debut development slate, including a teen drama and a new comedy.
    Galactic Baby was announced in June, helmed by producer Lauren Elliott, who co-founded Mad Kids (KGB, Dafuq?, The Legend of Gavin Tanner, Small Town Hackers).
    Teen Ward is described as a tragic, ironic, dry and darkly-hilarious drama series set inside a hospital’s teen ward, created by Henry Inglis. It is being developed with Henry and Mike Jones (Sc
  • Studio 10: Nov 12

    Studio 10 will begin earlier tomorrow as bushfires continue to rage across NSW and Queensland.
    Local times:
    Sydney / Melbourne 7amBrisbane 6amAdelaide 6:30amPerth 4am
    10 will screen a 5 hour show followed by a 10 News First special at midday AEDT (this also screens in all markets).
  • Damian Walshe-Howling denies harassment kiss on Bikie Wars

    Actor Damian Walshe-Howling has denied harassment claims by an actress who appeared as an extra on 10’s 2012 drama Bikie Wars.
    Rebecca Wilson, who appeared as “Bandido Party Girl” in two episodes, is suing Walshe-Howling and Screentime in the Federal Circuit Court in Sydney.
    The Age reports she alleges a “non-consensual and un-scripted” kiss took place during filming including Walshe-Howling “forcing his tongue into her mouth to contact her tongue”.
    Wil
  • Optus Sport signs more UK womens’ sport

    Optus Sport has announced it has announced a year deal for rights to the FA Women’s Super League.
    The first match will stream from Sunday
    Tom Gracey, Senior Broadcast Manager at the FA said, “We are delighted to partner with Optus Sport in a historic deal that will showcase the Barclays FA Women’s Super League to viewers across Australia.
    “This is our first deal in the Asian region and demonstrates the ever-increasing global appeal of the league. We commend Optus for bei
  • Returning: Britannia

    British-American historical fantasy Britannia returns to FOX Showcase tomorrow.
    The series is set in AD 43, and follows the Roman conquest of Britain.
    The cast has featured David Morrissey, Kelly Reilly, Nikolaj Lie Kaas, Mackenzie Crook, Zoë Wanamaker, Ian McDiarmid, Steve Pemberton and Aussie Liana Cornell (daughter of John Cornell & Delvene Delaney).
    It returned internationally on Friday.
    Two years on from invading Britannia, General Aulus is romanising willing Celt tribes with the
  • Screen Australia funds Leyland Brothers drama

    The real story behind The Leyland Brothers, a mystery comedy and teens on the run are amongst the seven new television drama projects which have received latest Story Development funding from Screen Australia.
    They include projects from Werner Film Productions, Easy Tiger, Bunya Entertainment and Magpie Pictures.
    No broadcasters are indicated as being attached as yet.
    Nerida Moore, Screen Australia’s Head of Development said, “We’re now into the second year of the Generate and
  • “Enjoy the sleep-ins!”: Tom Steinfort & Deb Knight praise Georgie Gardner

    Today‘s Tom Steinfort & Deborah Knight have paid tribute to colleague Georgie Gardner this morning, which was generous given there was no farewell to viewers.
    “We wanted to acknowledge our colleague and friend Georgie Gardner,” Knight said.
    “You might have read over the weekend that Georgie has left the Today show. After a really challenging year we want to wish Georgie all the very best.”
    “She has been a committed and passionate member of the team here.
  • Returning: Zumbo’s Just Desserts

    Zumbo’s Just Desserts returns to Seven next Sunday after a 2 year absence.
    The show had a tough first season but found an international audience through Netflix, making a renewal more viable for Seven.
    The show returns with Adriano Zumbo and Rachel Khoo, with 10 contestants competing across Sunday -Wednesdays.
    Ten of Australia’s most passionate dessert makers are put to the test on Zumbo’s Just Desserts.Tonight’s Sweet Sensations Task is all about magic!
    In a homage to t
  • The Block finale delivers bumper share for Nine

    Nine was always going to dominate Sunday, it was just a question of how big….
    The Block drew 1.54m viewers across the bulk of its finale, but rose to 1.92m for the moment Tess & Luke were announced as winners.
    The latter figure is only beaten by Married at First Sight‘s double finale in entertainment rankings this year. Last year’s Gatwick finale drew 1.67m / 1.87m by comparison.
    The finale was also nearly 4 times the nearest competition with Bride & Prejudice on 453,
  • Sunday 10 November 2019

    Report:
    Daily Free-to-Air Share
    Channels:
    All Free-to-Air Channels
    Market:
    5 City Metro (aggregate figure)Demographics:
    Total People
    Day-part:
    18:00 – 24:00
    Day:
    Sunday
    Deliverable:
    Overnight, Consolidated 7 and Consolidated 28Channel
    Overnight
    Consolidated 7
    Consolidated 28
    10/11/2019
    03/11/2019
    13/10/2019
    ABC
    10.1%
    12.8%
    11.9%
    ABC KIDS/COMEDY
    2.3%
    3.2%
    3.1%
    ABC ME
    0.5%
    0.7%
    0.7%
    ABC NEWS
    1.3%
    1.1%
    1.1%
    ABC Network
    14.2%
    17.8%
    16.8%
    Seven
    15.2%
    16.2%
    16.1%
    7TWO
    2.3%
    2.9%
    2.3%
    7mate
    5.0%
  • Tess & Luke win The Block 2019

    Cairns couple Tess and Luke have won The Block, walking away with $730,000.
    A multi-million dollar auction of the former Oslo backpackers hostel saw them profit $630,000 and pocket another $100,000 as the biggest sale.
    All 5 properties had a reserve of $2,990,000.
    Tess & Luke $3.620 million ($630,000 profit)El’ise & Matt $3.450 million $460,000 profit)Andy & Deb $3.420 million ($430,000 profit)Jesse and Mel $3.378 million ($388,000 profit)Mitch & Mark: $3.374 million ($384
  • Sesame Street turns 50

    It’s known the world over for Bert and Ernie, Big Bird, Cookie Monster, Count von Count, Elmo, Grover, Oscar the Grouch, the alphabet and numbers.
    Sesame Street has now turned 50 years old and has produced over 4,500 episodes. It is the longest running children’s show in the United States.
    When it aired on November 10 1969, Sesame Street was an instant hit thanks to Jim Henson’s Muppets.
    “The reception was incredible. It may be the only programme in history that got such
  • Melbourne Cup tops ratings race

    10’s return to Spring Racing Carnival was led by the Melbourne Cup race which topped the ratings week at 1.44m viewers (adjusted from 1.32m Overnight).
    That was down on 2018’s 1.9m amid a controversy of protests and some social media negativity over coverage. But across the week 10 claimed a Reach of 4.1 million people (metro + regional). Reach equates to the amount of viewers who watched 5 minutes or more.
    With the finish line in sight however, it was another winning week for Nine.
  • Airdate: Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo

    ABC will screen the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo, which was staged with a full-size replica of Edinburgh Castle in Sydney.
    Hosted by ABC’s Jeremy Fernandez and Kumi Taguchi, with backstage interviews by Russell Torrance, this event includes a cast of more than 1500.
    Fourteen nations from around the world are represented, including the UK, Switzerland, France, Tonga, Fiji, Cook Islands, New Zealand and Australia as well as for the first time ever, acts from Indonesia, Papua New Guinea,
  • Matildas v Chile on ABC

    ABC will screen the Women’s International: Australia v Chile friendly game on Tuesday.
    This will be held in Adelaide and screen at 8pm locally in all states.
    Australia football royalty, the Matildas, take on South American rising stars, Chile, in the second of two friendly matches in Australia. The stars of the Matilda’s recent campaign in the FIFA Women’s Football World Cup in France are fit and ready to play in Adelaide.
    This friendly is the perfect warm up for Olympic quali
  • Renewed: Dickinson, See, For All Mankind.

    Apple TV has renewed several of its debut dramas: See, For All Mankind and Dickinson.
    The news comes just a week after the titles premiered.
    They join Morning Wars which already had a two-season order and is at work on its next season of 10 episodes.
    Apple has yet to release any specific details about subscribers or viewership activity on the service.
    Media reports claim the service has drawn millions of users who are spending on average more than an hour on the Apple TV+ platform.
    It’s n
  • Airdate: Dark Heart

    6 part UK crime drama Dark Heart begins this week on BBC First.
    Based on the Will Wagstaffe novels by writer Adam Creed, it stars Tom Riley (Da Vinci’s Demons, Starfish, The Collection) as a detective haunted by the unsolved double murder of his parents when he was just sixteen years old.
    Also featuring are Anjil Mohindra (Bodyguard), Charlotte Riley (Peaky Blinders, London Has Fallen, Edge of Tomorrow).
    This screened a year ago in the UK.
    Set and filmed in the heart of London, DI Will Wa
  • Timeshifted: Thursday 31 October 2019

    Report:
    Top 20 Consolidated 7 Programs
    Channels:
    All Free-to-Air
    Market:
    5 City Metro (aggregate figure)
    Demographics:
    Total People
    Day-part:
    02:00 – 26:00
    Day:
    Thursday
    Date:
    31/10/2019
    Deliverable:
    Consolidated 7 v OvernightRank
    Description (grouped)
    Channel\Network
    Consolidated 7
    Overnight
    Increase000s
    1
    SEVEN NEWS
    Seven Network
    837,000
    835,000
    1,000
    2
    SEVEN NEWS / TODAY TONIGHT
    Seven Network
    810,000
    807,000
    4,000
    3
    NINE NEWS
    Nine
    764,000
    763,000
    1,000
    4
    THE BACHELORETTE AUSTRALIA THUR
  • Timeshifted: Wednesday 30 October 2019

    Report:
    Top 20 Consolidated 7 Programs
    Channels:
    All Free-to-Air
    Market:
    5 City Metro (aggregate figure)
    Demographics:
    Total People
    Day-part:
    02:00 – 26:00
    Day:
    Wednesday
    Date:
    30/10/2019
    Deliverable:
    Consolidated 7 v OvernightRank
    Description (grouped)
    Channel\Network
    Consolidated 7
    Overnight
    Increase000s
    1
    THE BLOCK -WED
    Nine
    894,000
    804,000
    90,000
    2
    SEVEN NEWS
    Seven Network
    888,000
    888,000
    0
    3
    SEVEN NEWS / TODAY TONIGHT
    Seven Network
    874,000
    872,000
    2,000
    4
    NINE NEWS
    Nine
    777,000
    773,0
  • Timeshifted: Tuesday 29 October 2019

    Report:
    Top 20 Consolidated 7 Programs
    Channels:
    All Free-to-Air
    Market:
    5 City Metro (aggregate figure)
    Demographics:
    Total People
    Day-part:
    02:00 – 26:00
    Day:
    Tuesday
    Date:
    29/10/2019
    Deliverable:
    Consolidated 7 v OvernightRank
    Description (grouped)
    Channel\Network
    Consolidated 7
    Overnight
    Increase000s
    1
    THE BLOCK -TUE
    Nine
    967,000
    895,000
    72,000
    2
    SEVEN NEWS
    Seven Network
    922,000
    922,000
    0
    3
    SEVEN NEWS / TODAY TONIGHT
    Seven Network
    910,000
    908,000
    2,000
    4
    NINE NEWS 6:30
    Nine
    842,000
    84
  • Timeshifted: Monday 28 October 2019

    Report:
    Top 20 Consolidated 7 Programs
    Channels:
    All Free-to-Air
    Market:
    5 City Metro (aggregate figure)
    Demographics:
    Total People
    Day-part:
    02:00 – 26:00
    Day:
    Monday
    Date:
    28/10/2019
    Deliverable:
    Consolidated 7 v OvernightRank
    Description (grouped)
    Channel\Network
    Consolidated 7
    Overnight
    Increase000s
    1
    THE BLOCK -MON
    Nine
    1,017,000
    944,000
    73,000
    2
    SEVEN NEWS / TODAY TONIGHT
    Seven Network
    967,000
    965,000
    2,000
    3
    SEVEN NEWS
    Seven Network
    931,000
    930,000
    0
    4
    HAVE YOU BEEN PAYING ATTENTIO
  • Timeshifted: Sunday 27 October 2019

    Report:
    Top 20 Consolidated 7 Programs
    Channels:
    All Free-to-Air
    Market:
    5 City Metro (aggregate figure)
    Demographics:
    Total People
    Day-part:
    02:00 – 26:00
    Day:
    Sunday
    Date:
    27/10/2019
    Deliverable:
    Consolidated 7 v OvernightRank
    Description (grouped)
    Channel\Network
    Consolidated 7
    Overnight
    Increase000s
    1
    THE BLOCK -SUN
    Nine
    1,155,000
    1,088,000
    67,000
    2
    SEVEN NEWS – SUN
    Seven Network
    902,000
    901,000
    1,000
    3
    NINE NEWS SUNDAY
    Nine
    866,000
    865,000
    1,000
    4
    TOTAL CONTROL-EV
    ABC
    679,000
    4
  • Timeshifted: Saturday 26 October 2019

    Report:
    Top 20 Consolidated 7 Programs
    Channels:
    All Free-to-Air
    Market:
    5 City Metro (aggregate figure)
    Demographics:
    Total People
    Day-part:
    02:00 – 26:00
    Day:
    Saturday
    Date:
    26/10/2019
    Deliverable:
    Consolidated 7 v OvernightRank
    Description (grouped)
    Channel\Network
    Consolidated 7
    Overnight
    Increase000s
    1
    SEVEN NEWS – SAT
    Seven Network
    757,000
    756,000
    0
    2
    NINE NEWS SATURDAY
    Nine
    653,000
    652,000
    1,000
    3
    ABC NEWS-SA
    ABC
    525,000
    522,000
    4,000
    4
    THE GOOD KARMA HOSPITAL-EV
    ABC
    512,000
  • Timeshifted: Friday 25 October 2019

    Report:
    Top 20 Consolidated 7 Programs
    Channels:
    All Free-to-Air
    Market:
    5 City Metro (aggregate figure)
    Demographics:
    Total People
    Day-part:
    02:00 – 26:00
    Day:
    Friday
    Date:
    25/10/2019
    Deliverable:
    Consolidated 7 v OvernightRank
    Description (grouped)
    Channel\Network
    Consolidated 7
    Overnight
    Increase000s
    1
    SEVEN NEWS
    Seven Network
    785,000
    784,000
    1,000
    2
    NINE NEWS
    Nine
    742,000
    739,000
    3,000
    3
    SEVEN NEWS / TODAY TONIGHT
    Seven Network
    726,000
    723,000
    4,000
    4
    NINE NEWS 6:30
    Nine
    726,000
    725,0
  • Saturday 9 November 2019

    Report:
    Daily Free-to-Air Share
    Channels:
    All Free-to-Air Channels
    Market:
    5 City Metro (aggregate figure)Demographics:
    Total People (incl. guests)Day-part:
    18:00 – 24:00
    Day:
    Saturday
    Deliverable:
    Overnight and Consolidated
    Overnight
    Consolidated 7
    Consolidated 28
    Channel\Date
    09/11/2019
    02/11/2019
    12/10/2019
    ABC
    10.2%
    11.5%
    11.7%
    ABC KIDS/COMEDY
    3.2%
    3.3%
    3.5%
    ABC ME
    0.5%
    0.7%
    0.4%
    ABC NEWS
    2.4%
    1.5%
    2.1%
    ABC Network
    16.2%
    17.0%
    17.7%
    Seven
    16.4%
    15.6%
    17.1%
    7TWO
    3.7%
    3.9%
    4.6%
    7mate
    5.
  • Why is gender to blame for Today?

    Nine yesterday pointed the finger at gender as the reason behind its failed 2019 season of Today.
    “We took a bold decision to try something new with two women hosting the Today Show this year and regrettably that has not worked for the audience,” said Nine News boss Darren Wick.
    Meanwhile Sam Armytage and Natalie Barr have happily co-hosted Sunrise together when David Koch is absent.
    The Circle ran on 10 for three seasons, from an 8:30 start, with various hosts Chrissie Swan, G
  • Arctic drama for See-Saw films

    Sydney & London-based See-Saw Films is producing a big budget period drama The North Water for BBC.
    First scenes recently completed filming in the Arctic, shooting for three weeks in Svalbard. The unit travelled as far as 81 degrees north to film sequences in the pack ice, the furthest point north it is believed a drama series has ever filmed before.
    The series stars Stephen Graham (The Virtues, Line of Duty), Tom Courtenay (45 Years, The Aeronauts) and Peter Mullan (Mum, Top Of The Lake) a
  • Minister for Communications to address producers

    Paul Fletcher Minister for Communications, Cyber Safety and the Arts will make his first speech at the Screen Forever Conference this week in Melbourne.
    He will speak at the official Welcome at 1pm on Tuesday.
    “I’m pleased to be speaking at Screen Forever in recognition of the importance of Australia’s screen industry, both culturally and economically,” he said.
    “The stories we share on screen contribute to our sense of identity and national pride, and help connect
  • Rachel Griffiths joins Amazon drama

    Rachel Griffiths has signed on to Amazon’s forthcoming series The Wilds.
    The series, aimed at young adults is described as “part survival drama, part dystopic slumber party.”
    It is written by Sarah Streicher (Daredevil) and follows “a group of teenage girls from radically different backgrounds after an airplane crash strands them on a deserted island. The show explores the past and present struggles of these young women, offering up a vivid portrayal of what it means to
  • Airdate: E! People’s Choice Awards 2019

    E! People’s Choice Awards will be held tomorrow and screen Live to Australia.
    Jennifer Aniston will be presented with the People’s Icon of 2019 trophy.
    E! will broadcast its E! Live from the Red Carpet: People’s Choice Awards 2019 at 11am AEDT, co-hosted by Giuliana Rancic and Jason Kennedy.
    The official E! People’s Choice Awards 2019 ceremony screens at 1.00pm AEDT.
    Presenters include Bellamy Young (Prodigal Son); David Spade (Lights Out with David Spade); Joey King (Th
  • Fresh off the Boat confirms final season

    US comedy Fresh off the Boat will end with its current sixth season.
    An hour-long series finale will screen in the US in late February.
    Creator Nahnatchka Khan said, “I’m so proud of the show and what we’ve accomplished over the past six seasons.
    “Thank you to everyone at ABC and 20th Century Fox Television for going on this ride with us. It was truly a special experience and hopefully will forever be a reminder of all the stories out there that deserve to be told. Like
  • Friday 8 November 2019

    Report:
    Daily Free-to-Air Share
    Channels:
    All Free-to-Air Channels
    Market:
    5 City Metro (aggregate figure)Demographics:
    Total People
    Day-part:
    18:00 – 24:00
    Day:
    Friday
    Deliverable:
    Overnight, Consolidated 7 and Consolidated 28Channel
    Overnight
    Consolidated 7
    Consolidated 28
    08/11/2019
    01/11/2019
    11/10/2019
    ABC
    13.3%
    13.8%
    11.8%
    ABC KIDS/COMEDY
    2.9%
    3.7%
    3.7%
    ABC ME
    0.5%
    0.8%
    0.7%
    ABC NEWS
    2.0%
    1.3%
    1.7%
    ABC Network
    18.8%
    19.6%
    18.0%
    Seven
    16.9%
    18.0%
    19.8%
    7TWO
    3.4%
    3.4%
    3.7%
    7mate
    3.5%
  • Karl Stefanovic, Allison Langdon confirmed for Today

    Updated: It’s happening.
    Karl Stefanovic and Allison Langdon will take over as Today hosts in 2020, (a pairing which TV Tonight first tipped back on October 16).
    The move follows unsustainable ratings for the team of Georgie Gardner, Deborah Knight and Tom Steinfort.
    Nine News boss Darren Wick said, “Georgie is a person of great integrity who has given everything for the past two years in hosting one of the most demanding and high profile shows on television. She’s loved and a
  • Auditions: “Mega Mini Golf”

    A casting call has gone out for Mega Mini Golf (working title) on Seven.
    “Golf lovers from around the country go head to head through an epic obstacle golf course,” the noice reads.
    “Each episode contestants put their golf skills to the test on a supersized miniature golf course in the US.
    “Applicants need to be available for filming in March 2020, be able to fly to America and be passionate about golf!
    “Casting is closing on the 18th December so don’t delay.
  • Vale: Mike Raymond

    Sports broadcaster Mike Raymond, who was the voice of Seven motorsports, has died aged 76.
    He died following a short illness with pneumonia on Thursday.
    Raymond began his TV career on Sydney’s Speedway scene in the 1960s, before a two-decade stint as the voice of the Australian Touring Car Championship and the Bathurst 1000 from the mid-1970s until 1995.
    Along the way he was part of the innovative Seven Network team that pioneered the race cam concept in 1979, providing the first live on-
  • The Supernanny is back

    Can the Mary Poppins look.
    Jo Frost returns with The Supernanny, borrowing heavily from the spy genre.
    No Aussie broadcast info is available as yet.
  • Airdate: The Hall of Memory

    For those looking for something respectful for Remembrance Day, Seven will screen The Hall of Memory late tomorrow night.
    A powerful documentary paying homage to the Australian War Memorial’s Hall of Memory with its stained glass windows, mosaics and Byzantine dome. Presented by Memorial Director Dr Brendan Nelson.
    11:30pm Sunday on Seven.
  • Airdate: Asian Comedian Destroys America!

    Netflix has announced that Ronny Chieng’s stand-up comedy special, Asian Comedian Destroys America! will premiere Dec. 17.
    In his Netflix comedy debut, Chieng will share his perspective on the effects of consumerism while theorising the efficacy of the United States under an Asian-American president.
    All of his experiences combined with his ideas will culminate in his personal theory on what will really make America great.
    Source: Variety
22 Nov 2019

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