In anticipation for the new series to air soon, A Once Upon a Time special airs in place of Grey’s on Tuesday Nov 6, while Once Upon A Time plays during the day (other than Cup coverage days). Criminal Minds, Surveillance Oz and Brynne all have finales this week. Continue reading »
Border Security and Airways return to Sunday. Killing Time becomes a double episode. Grey’s and Smash back on Tuesday. Continue reading »
The AFL Brownlow Medal on Monday 24th sees the X Factor pushed back to a Tuesday performance show and Wednesday Elimination show. And in case we can’t get enough X Factor, there is a special on Thursday night featuring One Direction and a behind the scenes look at the UK’s X Factor. GCB and Winners & Losers have a week off. Continue reading »
This week, The X Factor reaches its live rounds in which the Top 12 will perform and one will go home on the Tuesday night. On Friday and Saturday night is the last night time AFL games for 2012. Continue reading »
The Amazing Race Australia
Premieres at 8.30pm, Monday May 16. As this is a 90 minute episode, Brothers and Sisters will start at 10pm that night.
In Their Footsteps encore on Nine.
Yet again CSI: New York gets bumped out of Nine’s schedule. An encore of In Their Footsteps will air at 9.30pm Tuesday May 10 in stead of CSI: NY. At this stage, CSI: NY remains at 9.30pm Tue May 17.
GEM – late Tuesday night, May 10.
How Clean Is Your House is on at 10.30 and 11.00pm with new episodes, followed by NEW Without a Trace at 11.30pm.
Another Big encore
BIG and In Their Footsteps will both encore this Sunday afternoon on Nine. BIG at 2pm in Sydney and Brisbane, 3pm Melbourne. In Their Footsteps follows – that is in addition to the Tuesday night encore.
Come Fly with me on GO!
On Monday May 16, at 10pm, GO will replay Come Fly with me, which premieres on Nine at 8pm.
While Airways flies out of Seven’s schedule.
Due to poor ratings, Airways is out of Seven’s schedule this Thursday May 12. Instead, double new episode of How I Met Your Mother airs. The following Thursday, May 19, Mother remains at 8pm with a TBA at 7.30pm.
Seven will replay last Sunday’s Dancing with the Stars, from 10am Sunday May 15.
Ten’s late news will air at 10.30pm and run for 45 minutes to cover the Federal Budget. There will be no 6.30 With George Negus encore as a result – so make sure you catch George at 6.30!
Seven have revealed timeslots for Australia’s Got Talent and new series No Ordinary Family.
No Ordinary Family will premiere in a double episode at 7.30pm, Monday May 2. As a result, the scheduled Bones repeat at 8.30pm is out.
Australia’s Got Talent will return with a 90 minute episode at 7.30pm Tuesday May 3. As a result, Winners & Losers will start at 9pm, Parenthood at 10pm.
Australia’s Got Talent continues at 7.30pm Wednesday May 4. Both episodes feature auditions. Criminal Minds remains at 8.30pm, and Detroit 1-8-7 will air in a double episode featuring episodes 4 and 5 of the series.
Moving to Thursday, and Airways is back with a new series, offering unprecedented access to the day-to-day running of a budget airline in Australia. It airs at 7.30pm. A new episode of How I Met Your Mother follows at 8.00pm.
The Friday night movie for May 6 in markets not airing AFL is Confessions of a Shopaholic, a first run movie. At 6.30pm Saturday May 7, is the free to air premiere of High School Musical 3, followed by Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead man’s Chest.
Seven’s first Sunday “after the tennis” and first night of official ratings will see the Krishna and Trishna documentary special that was recorded late last year at 6.30pm and the new season of Airways at 8pm. Programming from 8.30 onwards that night is yet to be announced, but it will most likely be Bones and Castle as that formula has done well for Seven throughout summer and late 2009 as well.
Trishna and Krishan is the story of the separation of the conjoined twins from Bangladesh that captured our attention late last year as the story broke of their marathon separation surgery. Both twins were under induced comas during and after the surgery. Both recovered from it without major complication, and this documentary follows their paths from being conjoined twins to their new found freedom after being separated.
Airways returns with more trials and tribulations of Tiger Airways customers seeing somewhat difficult than expected travelling circumstances. Delays, cancellations, lost luggage are some of the triggers for passenger tantrums and some simply losing the plot.
Our guess for the regular line up on Seven from Sunday Feb 14 would be Sunday Night at 6.30pm, Border Security at 7.30pm and Airways at 8pm.
Programming information: yahoo7