FOX8 – GOSSIP GIRL
Mondays from November 28 at 8.30pm – Australian Exclusive Premiere
The privileged college teens of Manhattan’s Upper East Side all live for gossip and scandal -along with fashion, shopping and partying in Manhattan’s trendiest hot spots. Keeping track of this wealthy and complex world isn’t easy, but it’s what Gossip Girl does best. Get ready for another year of backstabbing, fights, evil plans, lies, break-ups, hook ups, seduction and sex.
FOX8 – BONES
Mondays from November 28 at 9.30pm – Channel Premiere
Follow the cases of Dr. Temperance Brennan, a highly skilled forensic anthropologist who works at the Jeffersonian Institute in Washington, D.C., and writes novels on the side. When the standard methods of identifying a body are useless, law enforcement calls on Brennan for her uncanny ability to read clues left behind in the victim’s bones.
ARENA – TOP CHEF JUST DESSERTS
Mondays from November 28 at 9.30pm – Australian Exclusive Premiere
Fourteen pastry chefs will see if they have what it takes to outbake, outblend, and outbrulee the competition where the main focus is the Achilles heel of most chefs: desserts. Gail Simmons returns as the host of this highly competitive series showcasing the best of the best in the world of pastry arts. Once again joining the judges’ panel as head judge is Johnny Iuzzini, one of the country’s most celebrated and innovative pastry chefs, Hubert Keller, critically acclaimed chef as well as guest judge on Top Chef and finalist on Top Chef Masters, and Dannielle Kyrillos, entertaining expert and Contributing Editor of Food Republic will also serve as regular judges for the series.
W – LOVE/HATE
Tuesdays from November 29 at 7:30pm – Australian Exclusive Premiere
A year has passed since Darren’s quest for revenge ended in him being shot as he tried to walk away from John Boy Power’s toxic gangland world. Now missing a lung and tortured by nightmares he is working as gofer for newcomer on the scene Fran, a cigarette smuggler and loan shark.
THE HISTORY CHANNEL – THE LAST PASSAGE
Tuesday, November 29 at 8.30pm – Australian Exclusive Premiere
The moving and dramatic story of the secret WWII network that helped Allied soldiers escape capture by the Nazis. The Comet line was a force of courage in a climate of fear, and its story here is seen through the prism of one fateful night in 1943 when six strangers from five different countries were arrested in a farmhouse near the Pyrenees. After the events of that night in 1943, hundreds more aviators were to make the last passage. For them, the legacy of a stranger’s kindness would remain forever. These strangers would be celebrated as heroes, commemorated in endless ceremonies and engraved in memorials. But for those strangers, life as a hero has not been simple.
THE HISTORY CHANNEL – LOST & FOUND
Wednesday, November 30 at 7.30pm – Australian Exclusive Premiere
History usually focuses on the big moments: the turning points or the game changers that made our society the way it is today. But history is a lot more interesting than that. The life of an object can be every bit as interesting as the lives of famous explorers.
MAIN EVENT – GREEN vs WLODARCZYK
Wednesday, November 30 at 7.00pm LIVE – Australian Exclusive Premiere
Danny Green returns to the ring after his shock loss to Antionio Tarver. Can the ‘Green Machine’ return to form in front of his home-town fans.
THE HISTORY CHANNEL – JURASSIC FIGHT CLUB
Thursdays from December 1 at 7.30pm – Channel Premiere
For over a century, historians and scientists have been piecing together a history of the prehistoric world. This series examines the ultimate fighters of this unique period, gigantic beasts that stalked the earth millions of years ago. Some of these dinosaurs were larger than seven-story buildings, and hunted their prey with strategy and cunning, transforming the prehistoric world into a battlefield. The temperature, terrain, and innate sense of the opponent’s weaknesses and strengths all played a role in how each dinosaur planned his attack.
THE HISTORY CHANNEL – DINOSAURS DECODED
Friday December 2 at 10.30pm – Australian Exclusive Premiere
T-rex and Triceratops are among the best-studied dinosaurs of all time. So how much more can we learn about them? Surprisingly, more than we ever thought. This intriguing documentary discovers that young dinosaurs may have changed so dramatically as they grew up, that scientists assumed they were different species. A juvenile T-rex looked so different from an adult that it would be hard to recognise. Even dinosaurs’ colours may have changed as they aged. If the findings are right, dinosaurs looked and behaved much differently than we ever believed.