Here are today’s overnight ratings for the 27th of August 2015:

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Here are the timeshifted and consolidated TV ratings for the 20th of August 2015:

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sevenSportSaturday Arvo Racing returns
Caulfield and Rosehill LIVE Saturday on 7TWO
(27 August 2015) Seven’s LIVE coverage of Australia’s major horse races returns Saturday from Caulfield and Rosehill racecourses with the first Group 1 of the season on 7TWO from 2pm.

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how not to behaveComing up on
HOW NOT TO BEHAVE

Ep 8: WORKPLACE
Wednesday, September 2 at 8pm on ABC
Guest: Dicko

Gretel Killeen and Matt Okine teach us the art of office greetings, look into the etiquette of chucking a sickie and examine the dos and don’ts of bringing kids to work.

We talk the highs and lows of office politics with Dicko, plus comedian Greg Larsen shares way too much information with his colleagues in a hidden camera experiment.

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aquariusAquarius did not fire out of the gate so the show is moving to 9:30pm effective immediately but continuing with double episodes, meaning Motive is out of the schedule with only 4 episodes remaining in its current season.

Most Extreme Railways will air at 8:30pm on Wednesday September 2nd.

aflgfThis week in AFL on Seven: Round 22
(27 August 2015) Geelong must win on Friday Night Football against Collingwood to keep alive their hopes of playing a ninth consecutive finals series. We speak with ex-Magpie Heath Shaw about his exit from Collingwood.

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late show with stephen colbertFIRST ON THRONG – In a surprising but probably good move, Eleven will be the home of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. The show was expected to air across the Ten Network but many expected it to be carried on the primary channel. When you think about it, it makes much more sense to air the show on Eleven. Firstly, it will air at around 11:30 most nights, probably an hour earlier than what it would have received on Ten. Secondly, it means that Corden will air directly after making for a late night double with no overlap from the primary channel. The show begins Wednesday 9th September at 11:30pm, which is the same day turn around as America. The show begins in America on September 8th, which is about lunchtime September 9th in Australia.

two-and-a-half-men-01Two and a Half Men is returning for its final season for viewers in Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth starting this Monday August 31st at 10:40pm with double episodes. Viewers in Sydney and Brisbane are already half way through the final season, so it is time for everyone else to join in. If they play it out in double episodes, the show will be over in 9 weeks.

Also, starting this Monday, Sydney and Brisbane viewers will air double episodes of Two and a Half Men with Mom out of the schedule. 2 Broke Girls is out of the schedule in Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth with 3 episodes remaining of the current season.

ABCProgram highlights for week commencing September 13th includes the finals for Grand Designs, Vera, Bespoke and Last Tango in Halifax. You can also catch all new episodes of Australian Story, Four Corners, Media Watch, Q&A, Foreign Correspondent, Restoration Australia, How Not to Behave, Gruen, Utopia, The Chaser’s Media Circus, The Honourable Woman and Catastrophe.

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