With not even Masterchef helping Ten at the moment in the ratings, the network continues to tweak and change its line up. The following information supersedes any other post relating to Ten programming.
A Gifted Man
From next Thursday, Feb 15, A Gifted Man will move to the later time of 10.30pm Thursdays after failing to attract enough ratings to sustain its 8pm timeslot.
At 8pm, a repeat of Modern Family will air. New Law & Order: SVU moves to 8.30pm – a better time for the show, followed by a repeat at 10.30pm. Letterman now at 11.30pm.
8.00pm Thursday February 2 on Ten
Missed the first episode of this new medical/supernatural drama? It’s not too late to get on board!
Smooth talking, playboy surgeon Dr Michael Holt (Patrick Wilson) continues to be visited by his ex-wife from the hereafter- the unrealised love of his life, as she encourages him to lead a more selfless life both personally and professionally.
This week, Dr Holt visits a community drop-in clinic – run by his late ex-wife – treating a Haitian boy with sickle cell disease, he gets more than he bargains for when the boys’ true paternity is revealed.
Working double duty, Dr Holt has a crisis on his hands back at his Manhattan practice where the pregnant wife of a close friend has a haemorrhaging brain tumour. Will he be able to save her, the baby or neither?
8.00pm Thursday January 26 on Ten
A Gifted Man is TEN’s new drama about a brilliant, charismatic surgeon whose life dramatically changes when his deceased ex-wife begins showing him another way of life from the “hereafter”.
Michael Holt (played by Angels in America’s Patrick Wilson) is an exceptional doctor who lives a materialistic life of luxury thanks to his work-obsessed career and powerful, wealthy patients.
However, his ordered world is rocked when his ex-wife. Anna (The King’s Speech’s Jennifer Ehle). an idealistic free-clinic doctor and loved his life, mysteriously appears to him. In an attempt to go back his ‘normal’ life. Michael visits Anton, a carpenter who moonlights as a medium to try and extract Anna’s spirit from his body. However, when Anna appears and asks Michael to go to her clinic to help keep it running, he realises she needs him now more than ever.
Also starring Pablo Schreiber (The Wire) and Margo Martindale (Dexter), this new series perfectly blends a medical drama with a touch of the supernatural.