The AFL season is over, a new digital channel has started and it’s the week before the Commonwealth Games – this is what will be on Ten for Week 40, covering from Sunday September 26 to Saturday October 2, which includes teh Britney Spears episode of Glee.
Sunday Sept 26.
Sunday nights remain unchanged with double episodes of Modern Family repeats from 6.30pm.
At 7.30pm, Junior Masterchef’s third episode cuts the top 20 down to the top 12.
Offsrping continues at 8.30, while the very short season of Married, Single, Other, concludes at 9.30pm with its season finale.
Monday Sept 27.
Ten getting into some more serious fast tracking, premiering season 2 of Undercover Boss at 7.30pm. With the series premiering in the US Sunday Sept 26, this puts it hours behind the US premiere.
Good News Week is at 8.30pm, before taking two weeks off for the Commonwealth Games.
Tuesday Sept 28.
No changes to Tuesdays, with Talkin’ ‘Bout Your Generation at 7.30 and NCIS repeats at 8.30pm. Guests on TAYG include Leo Sayer for Baby Boomers, Kimberly Davis for Gen X and Scott McGregor for Gen Y.
New seasons of NCIS and NCIS: LA start on the US Sept 21. Ten could have premiered them this night, but looks like they will now wait until after the Games – which should see new episodes of NCIS airing from Tue Oct 16.
Wednesday Sept 29.
It’s Britney, bitch.
At 7.30, the Britney Spears episode of Glee is here. Britney herself makes a cameo on the show. Songs performed include: …Baby One More Time, Oops!… I Did It Again, Toxic, Stronger and Me Against the Music.
House at 8.30, followed by Lie To Me repeat of S2 Ep 3 at 9.30.
Thursday Sept 30.
Bondi Vet at 7.30pm, Recruits at 8pm, Rush at 8.30pm and Burn Notice 9.30pm. All are new episodes.
Friday Oct 1.
Jamie Does season finale at 7.30pm, in which Jamie Does … Athens.
8.30 sees another NCIS repeat, followed by Law and Order: SVU at 9.30. Also a repeat.
The following two weeks sees all regular rogramming on Ten on hold to make way for the Commonwealth Games. Opening ceremony is on Sunday October 3, followed by 11 days of competition Oct 4-14.