UPDATED. Ten’s line up for the week August 5-11, 2012 includes the one hour finale for Being Lara Bingle which airs on Tuesday night August 7. The Shire moves to Wednesday night only, while Ten plays the last five House episodes in the one week, concluding on Friday night. Continue reading »
Not that much happening on Ten during the first week of The Olympics other than Masterchef All Stars, Being Lara Bingle and The Shire. Oh – and House fans – possibly the most messed around TV show fans of 2012 – you get a double helping of House on Wednesday night – and yes, I waiting to post this programming information in case Ten changed their minds again! Plus an extra House on Thursday night Continue reading »
Ten programming for the week of July 1-7 is much the same as June 24-30. Sunday night, with the absence of MotoGP or Formula One includes a free to air premiere movie after Touch at 9.30pm. Meanwhile, Masterchef this week sees includes a Heston Blumenthal challenge and we all know how freaky he can get with food! Continue reading »
This week, The Finder debuts on Ten – a series from Fox US that didn’t make it past its first season, while, on Tuesday night, new NCIS finally is back on Ten. Meanwhile, House this time round remains in the schedule – it returns this Wednesday June 20, and continues Wednesday June 27 as well.
This week sees the conclusion of six part series Bikie Wars while House is scheduled once again to the line up, this time, Wednesday night at 9.30pm, replacing The Good Wife. Best check closer to the date to see if House is still in the schedule or once again out. Continue reading »
House was set to return in double episode on Saturday nights from Saturday May 26. Continue reading »
Ten programming for the week May 20-26 sees more weird and wonderful weekday start times, thanks to Masterchef running overtime – ok – well at least they tell us in advance, but honestly, it really messes up subsequent programming, as well as the return of House to…
Milano cast in Mistresses remake
Alyssa Milano has been cast in the US version of British drama series Mistresses. The actress will play a married lawyer called Savannah.
Penn to return to House for finale
Actor Kal Penn will reportedly return to House for the show’s season finale this year despite the fact his character committed suicide in the fifth season.
Kardashian hit by flour bomb
Reality star Kim Kardashian was on the receiving end of a bag of flour thrown by a woman in a hotel lobby. “That probably is the craziest, unexpected, weird thing that ever happened to me,” Kardashian told E! Online. “Like I said to my makeup artist, I wanted more powder and that’s a whole lot of translucent powder right there.”
Fergie not joining The X Factor USA
Black Eyed Peas singer Fergie has denied that she will be joining The X Factor USA this year due to issues with timing.
Jesse Spencer is leaving being a doctor and becoming a fireman.
The House actor has landed the lead in Chicago Fire, a new drama pilot from NBC, about the complex and heroic men and women of the Chicago Fire Department. According to Deadline, he’ll play Matthew Casey, a firefighter who is a natural leader when putting out fires, but in his personal life, he is a mess.
The news comes just weeks after it was announced that House would end its eight-year run.
Could it be thrid time lucky for House?
House – now in its final season – will return to Ten next Sunday February 26 at 9.45pm, after Homeland. This comes after House was origianlly slated to air on Friday nights from mid January and then again on Saunday nights after Homeland a few weeks ago.
Perils of Paranoia: The team takes on the case of a prosecutor who they initially believe is suffering from hyper-anxiety, but soon discover has paranoid delusions.
6am Monday February 27 is the premiere of Ten’s new entry into the breakfast TV news market with “Breakfast”. It will attempt to edge into the dominance of Nine and Seven’s Today and Sunrise offering a poinr of difference headed by Kiwi Paul Henry.
Due to Breakfast taking over morningd from 6-9am, Ten’s morning children’s programming moves to ELEVEN, while Pre School program Wurrawhy moves to 11.30am, after The Circle – which now runs from 9-11.30am from Monday Feb 27. Children’s programming will also feature at 4pm with shows like Totally Wild, H2O: Just Add Water and Scope. Good Chef Bad Chef moves to 3.30pm.
Prime time for the week is now pretty well settled into a regular routine – although it would not surprise me if Ten maje some changes to Wednesday nights – along the same lines they did with Thursday nights in an attempt to claw back some audience. Talk’ ‘Bout Your Generation is suffering its lowest first run ratings ever last week (Wed Feb 15).
Super Sundays, apart from House entering the night at 9.45pm remain the same, as do Monday nights – with NCIS: LA still scheduled for 8.30 Mondays – guys – put it after new NCIS on Tuesdays like the rest of the world do! NCIS on Tuesday night is followed by a repeat at 9.30, there is still also a repeat on Wednesday night after The Good Wife, while new SVU remains on Thursday night now at 8.30pm, followed by a repeat, then A Gift Man.
Mobbed remains on Friday night (Mar 2) at 8.30, followed by the movie X-Men United (X2). No changes to Saturday night (Mar 3) either, the movie at 10.30 after An Idiot Abroad (he goes to Africa in this episode) is Broadcast News from 1987.