Tonights episode of Offspring saw us farewell two amazing cast members – Deborah Mailman who plays nurse Cherie and John Waters who plays Dad Darcy Proudman. Darcy and Cherie, along with son Ray, have decided to embark on a road trip across the country in their combi van. Continue reading »
Sunday May 19
6.00pm – Bondi Rescue – ALL NEW – Season Finale
7.00pm – Modern Family – ALL NEW
7.30pm – The Biggest Loser: The Next Generation – ALL NEW
8.30pm – Elementary – ALL NEW
9.30pm – The Graham Norton Show Continue reading »
Channel Ten is bringing out it’s big guns in the next two months. Offspring, Touch, New Girl and MasterChef are all returning while the highly anticipated new shows The Americans, Reef Doctors and The Truth Is with Hamish McDonald will hit our screens. Mr and Mrs Murder, Bondi Rescue, The Biggest Loser and American Idol will all have their finales to make way for the new fresh programming. Bring it on Ten!
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This season continues to follow Nina’s struggle to deal with her fabulously messy family, her passion fuelled love life and her tendency to over-think and fly off into fantasy. Continue reading »
Yet again, the fact that Asher Keddie won Gold Logie was out and about on the internet LONG before the announcement on Nine’s Logies telecast at around 12.15am – a time when less than 500,000 were still tuned in. Continue reading »
Network Ten have announced the launch of Offspring: Moving In, an innovative, free app for the award-winning Australian drama series Offspring.
The Offspring: Moving In app rewards Offspring’s fans and viewers with exclusive scenes and insights into a new character who will be joining Offspring in the upcoming season. The app’s content will not be made available across any other digital platform. Continue reading »
2012 Ratings Year.
Official Survey Period Weeks 7 to 48 (excluding Easter and Olympics).
Network Ten in 2012.
• Local productions deliver strong results, led by MasterChef, The Biggest Loser and Offspring. Continue reading »
Yesterday I headed off to Pyrmont to see the 2013 program presentation and was excited by what I saw. Here is what to expect from a rejuvenated Channel Ten in the new year. MORE DETAIL than what you might of read elsewhere!
Over 40 weeks Ten will show new series week after week, so there will always be a “series” on and no breaks in programming. Here they are - Continue reading »