Congratulations to Nine for showing the entire 26th season of Survivor on GO! on Thursday nights hours after the US, without a single timeslot change. Continue reading »
In over four years of being closely involved with TV, this right now has to be one of the worst periods ever for last minute programming changes and amendments. Continue reading »
Ads on Seven tonight reveal that House Rules will premiere on Seven next Tuesday May 14 at 7.30pm – two days after Nine premieres The Block All Stars 6.30pm Sunday May 12. Continue reading »
It is obvious now that Seven’s new renovation series House Rules will overlap with Nine’s The Block – which we now know will premiere next Sunday May 12, 6.30pm while House Rules is now being promoted as starting next week.
But can the newcomer hold up against The Block? Or will the audience be divided between the two. Continue reading »
According to EPG’s for next Sunday May 12, The Block Sky High will premiere at 6.30pm that night. Continue reading »
But I have to say, while one is in a stable timeslot hours after the US – on a night that there isn’t much else on TV, the other is becoming near impossible to keep up with. Continue reading »
A quick check of the EPG for Seven tonight reveals the new Seven period drama won’t start until 8.44pm.
In reality, that will probably end up becoming more like 8.50pm as it is straight after the grand finale of My Kitchen Rules – and we all know, that reality competition finals always run overtime. Continue reading »
Today, a new home shopping channel popped up on my TIVO – channel 65 – ishop tv. Continue reading »
Seven are now ramping up their coming soon and sneak peek ads for their new renovation show – House Rules. House Rules is Seven’s version of Nine’s The Block where complete strangers renovate poeple’s houses room by room over 6 weeks. Seven have now also thrown in “state vs state” into the advertising.
Sound familiar? It is – Nine’s first promos for 2013′s regular season of The Block – The Block Skyhigh – promoted the show as “state vs state” as well. In Skyhigh, there will be 5 couples competing instead of the usual four. Continue reading »