NCIS runs out of episodes from the previous season – which may mean Ten move straight into the new season just about to start in the US. Also with a final this week is Don’t Tell The Bride. Continue reading »
Don’t Tell the Bride
New Hawaii Five-O returns to Monday nights, at 9.30pm. New NCIS remains on Sunday night. Continue reading »
Here it is – Ten programming for the week September 2-8, 2012 – up late due to the risk of programming changes. The only news is new NCIS on Sunday night – Sept 2, while repeats remain on Tuesday night – the shows’ traditional night for new episodes in recent years. Continue reading »
In recent weeks, Ten’s ratings have hit an all time low. Everybody Dance Now failed to connect with audiences and was promptly dumped from the schedule. I Will Survive, with ratings now in the 300,000′s is following the same path. The Shire is now even lower – not helped though by multiple timeslot changes, while Being Lara Bingle could almost be considered a success compared to how things are going now. Don’t Tell the Bride also is not exactly setting the ratings world on fire – settling over 500,000 so far. Continue reading »
UPDATED. With Everybody Dance Now gone, Sunday night sees an episode of the Simpsons, Modern Family repeats, some Graham Norton and an NCIS repeat. Ten seem to have taken Shrek from Nine, with the first of the Shrek movies airing on Saturday night. Continue reading »
Yes - Ten needed to act on Everybody Dance Now – but the end result with programming next week will simply leave viewers more confused than ever. Continue reading »
The episodes have swapped so here is the first couple to appear on the premiere episode of Australia’s “Don’t Tell The Bride” that will air Tuesday August 21st at 7pm on Ten. Read his vs her ideals and get ready for the tears, tantrums and hopefully everlasting love.
AARON & MELISSA from Woy Woy, NSW – Oh my, it’s the Central Coast again! Continue reading »
This week sees Ten premiere Don’t Tell the Bride, Can of Worms and I Will Survive which airs on two nights. It also sees the finale of Masterchef All Stars on Sunday night August 19. Continue reading »
According to GO! programming for next week (August 12-18, 2012), GO! will be airing the UK version of Don’t Tell The Bride – a full week before Ten premieres its Australian version. Continue reading »
Can of Worms returns to TEN on Monday 20th August at 8:30pm. Each week, our new host Chrissie Swan will be joined by three celebrity guests, a studio audience and Australians from all walks of life to find out what we really think about some very curly moral questions. ‘Should organ donation be compulsory?’ ‘Is 13 too young to be a model?’ ‘Would you date an unhappily married person?’ No topic is off limits and fence sitters are strictly forbidden as Australia debates and deliberates. Join in the conversation.
Opening a very different can of worms, Don’t Tell the Bride launches on Tuesday 21st August at 7:00pm, posing another of life’s major dilemmas – ‘Would you trust your groom to organise your entire wedding?’ Continue reading »