Here’s what is happening on Seven for the much of the rest of summer.
Beat The Star fills in the timeslot vacated by The Amazing Race, 7.30pm Thursday From Dec 23. It remains on every Thursday until Thur Jan 13.
From Sun Dec 26, over 4 Sundays at 6.30pm, is the special Billy Connolly: Journey To The Edge of the World, in which Billy Connolly journeys through the remote regions of Canada and into the Arctic Circle. Note the last Vicar of Dibley special on Seven airs Sun Dec 19, 6.30pm.
Border Patrol, Coast Watch and Bones all remain on Sunday nights from 7.30 until Jan 16. Bones fans receive a special treat, with a double episode on the night of Sun Jan 16.
On Sun Dec 26 and Sun Jan 2, repeats of the Castle at 9.30 are replaced with movies Species and Derailed respectively.
The spectacular special Journey to the Edge of the Universe airs at 10.30 Monday Dec 27 – over just one hour. I thought I saw it as a two hour show on National Geographic a few years ago. Perhaps cut down? Still, well worth watching for the imagery.
The last Under the Hammer for now airs Wed Dec 29 at 8pm.
The final of ICU is at 8pm Mon Jan 3.
One of the few new international shows screening anywhere over summer – Outlaw continues at 9.30pm Mondays, with an extra episode on Sunday Jan 9 before its final at 9.30 Monday Jan 10.
Travel show High Road, Low Road – having being forced out of Saturday nights to avoid a conflict with sponsors of No Leave, No Life premieres 8pm Wed Jan 5. The first episode covers LA and Palm Springs, the second, airing Jan 12, covers New York. The third which will cover New Zealand’s North Island won’t be seen until after the Australian Open tennis, maybe on a Saturday night but that is to be confirmed.
No Leave, No Life, has its final episode for series 2 on Saturday Jan 15, at 6.30pm.
The final of the US version of Minute to Win It will air 7.30 Tue Jan 11.
From Mon Jan 17, the Australian Open airs on Seven from 11am – 6pm daily, as well as from 7pm at night for the first week. The tournament concludes on Sun Jan 30 with the Men’s Final. While the Australian Open is on, the morning news moves to 10.30, while 9am – 10.30am are occupied with children’s programming. Areas not on AEDT check local guides closer to the dates. News and Today Tonight remain 6pm – 7pm weeknights.
Home and Away returns Monday January 24, 2011 at 7pm, coinciding with the second week of The 2011 Australian Open. Weekday night time sessions therefore start at 7.30pm as a result.
All times and information here based on Sydney market.