Seven’s programming for the first week of Easter non-ratings – the week commencing April 17 includes a few repeats and a few surprises.
Here’s the summary.
Sunday April 17.
6.30pm is Mighty Ships. Sunday Night has a week off [updated], returning April 24 at 6.30pm. The rest of Sunday night remains as normal – 7.30 Border Security, 8.00 The Force, 8.30 Bones and 9.30 Castle – with the exception that all are repeats.
Monday April 18.
So what will replace My Kitchen Rules three nights a week? Well, we only know for Monday – at 7.30pm is Border Patrol – NZ’s version of Border Security, and at 8pm, Coastwatch. Both are new episodes.
8.30 is TBA, and Brothers and Sisters remains at 9.30pm.
Tuesday April 19.
7.30 is TBA.
Surprisingly – Winners & Losers is not having a break for Easter non-ratings. Seven’s latest drama hit remains at 8.30pm, followed by Parenthood at 9.30pm. Keeping Winners & Losers on will maintain the momentum, and prevent viewers from straying waiting for new episodes.
Wednesday April 20.
7.30 is TBA. Criminal Minds is at 8.30 with a repeat episode, and new Detroit 1-8-7 is at 9.30pm. I Shouldn’t Be Alive is on at 10.30pm.
Thursday April 21.
The night before Good Friday, and a virtual Friday night.
In Sydney, Heston’s Mission Impossible is at 7.30pm, the movie The Sixth Sense follows at 8.30pm, then 30 Rock at 10.50pm. AFL St Kilda Vs Brisbane at 11.20pm. Normal Thursday night programming has a week off.
Every where else will have the AFL from 7.30pm.
Friday April 22. Good Friday.
Better Homes and Gardens remains at 7.30, movies from 8.30pm. Titles TBA.