Sunday May 1.
60 Minutes airs at the earlier time of 6.30pm, as the Logies will be telecast from 7.30pm. Throng will be live blogging and tweeting (#logies) all the Logie news as it happens.
Monday May 2.
New episodes of The Big Bang Theory moves to its new time of Monday, 7.30pm. New Mike & Molly follows at 8pm. At 8.30pm, is new CSI, followed by new CSI: Miami. Note that new CSI & CSI: Miami commence on Monday nights from Monday April 25.
Tuesday May 3.
7.30pm Tuesday is the new timeslot for Customs from Tuesday April 26, which of course continues into May. AFP is at 8.00pm and Sea Patrol 8.30pm. Top Gear 9.30, followed by new Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA at 10.50pm.
Wednesday May 4.
Another all new night – with documentary series David Attenborough’s Madagascar at 7.30pm, then new RPA at 8.30pm. At 9.30, the premiere of new series BIG – which has been nearly two years on the making. While BIG is all about losing weight, it is not an attempt to copy Ten’s The Biggest Loser.
Thursday May 5.
The line up for Thursdays at this stage remain TBA. Getaway should remain at either 7.30 or 8pm. Obviously the Footy Shows remain at 9.30pm.
Friday May 6.
NRL Markets. Australia vs. New Zealand is at 7.30pm, while at 9.30pm, City Vs Country as part of the lead up to the State of Origin.
Sunday May 8.
At 6.30pm is the premiere of In Their Footsteps – a series currently being heavily promoted by Nine. 60 Minutes remains at 7.30pm, while Blood Brothers premieres at 8.30pm. 9.30 TBA.
Monday May 9.
7.30 New The Big Bang Theory, 8.00 new Mike & Molly, 8.30 new CSI, and 9.30 new CSI: Miami
Tuesday May 10.
7.30 New Customs, 8.00 AFP, 8.30 Sea Patrol, 9.30 Top Gear rpt.
Wednesday May 11.
7.30 Madagascar, 8.30 RPA, 9.30 Big.
Friday May 13.
NRL markets – The Bulldogs take on the Dragons (again) at 7.30pm in Sydney, while Brisbane will see their Broncos take on the Panthers at 7.30pm. At 9.30, swap the matches over.
Programming and details subject to change.