Friday April 22 – Good Friday.
No Biggest Loser. At 7.30 is a Glee marathon with 3 episodes in a row.
Saturday April 23.
Sydney: Oprah at 7.30pm, a Hawaii Five-O repeat at 8.30, followed by new White Collar at 9.30. AFL: Adelaide vs. Carlton from 10.30pm
Everywhere else: AFL: Adelaide vs. Carlton from 7.30pm in QLD & VIC, 6.30pm in SA & WA. Movie Indecent Proposal follows the game.
Sunday April 24.
The Biggest Loser Families at 6.30pm sees Dr Swan returns to Camp Biggest Loser to re-evaluate the contestants’ BIO AGE. Witness the amazing results as our families prove that, with a little hard work, you really can reverse the hands of time.
Modern Family at 7.30 is a repeat, with season 1, episode 18. 8pm a new episode of Bondi Rescue, then at 8.30, Hawaii Five-O is also a repeat. 9.30 NCIS repeat.
Monday April 25.
At 7.30, on a special night, The Biggest Loser Families continues with this week’s Weigh In and Elimination – but who leaves is no longer in the hands of the contestants. The two who go under the yellow line will be pitted against each other in a battle of three rounds.
At 8.30 is the 2011 Melbourne International Comedy Festival Great Debate: Adjudicator, Corinne Grant, is presented with two arguments as Tom Gleeson, Julia Morris, Jason Byrne, Paul McDermott, Cal Wilson and Paul F Tompkins debate – is this the end of the world, as we know?
After the debate at 9.45 is the movie, The Tender Hook.
Tuesday April 26.
A repeat of Talkin’ ‘Bout Your Generation at 7.30, NCIS repeat at 8.30 and a new episode of NCIS: LA at 9.30pm.
Wednesday April 27.
At 7.30, The Biggest Loser Families: This week is all about reflecting on how far the contestants have come – and what better way to measure their success than to try on their Dream Outfit!
8.30 is the special presentation, with the movie only just completed: William & Kate: A Modern Day Fairy Tale.
Witness the ups and downs of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s courtship; from the heady days at St. Andrews University to the most talked about royal wedding since Charles married Diana. Starring: Ben Cross, Nico Evers-Swindell, Camilla Luddington, Justin Hanlon, Serena Scott Thomas
Thursday April 28.
At 7.30, The Biggest Loser Families features the episode where the remaining contestants turn on the trainers with the ultimate payback – after 13 weeks of intense physical exercise, the contestants are given the opportunity to turn the tables. Tonight, the trainers become the trainees!
In SA, WA and VIC, at 8.30pm, another Thursday night AFL match with West Coast Eagles Vs Melbourne. NSW and QLD will see a repeat of The Good Wife at 8.30 and a repeat of Law & Order SVU at 9.30.
Friday April 29.
The night of the Royal Wedding between William and Kate.
7.00pm Celebrate Will & Kate – The Wedding Project.
8.00pm The Ceremony – with Fitzy, Wippa & Lucy
9.30pm Celebrate Will & Kate – The Wedding Circle.
11.00pm Ten Late News
11.30pm Sports Tonight.
Times are AEST – NSW, VIC, QLD. Take off half an hour for SA.
In WA, programming for the night is:
5.00pm Celebrate Will & Kate – The Wedding Project.
6.00pm The Ceremony – with Fitzy, Wippa & Lucy
7.30pm Celebrate Will & Kate – The Wedding Circle.
9.00pm 2011 Melbourne International Comedy Festival Great Debate
10.15pm Ten Late News
10.45pm Sports Tonight.
Saturday April 30.
While AFL is on everywhere else, Sydney gets a new episode of The Oprah Winfrey Show at 7.30pm, followed by two new episodes of White Collar from 8.30pm.
Sunday May 1.
Masterchef Australia series three premieres with a 90 minute episode at 7.30pm. Also The Biggest Loser Families continues – when the finale is so far is yet to be confirmed. May 1 is still very likely, otherwise there will be overlap between Masterchef and The Biggest Loser.
Monday May 2.
The late night George Negus encores are no more. From this day onwards, the only time to catch 6.30 with George Negus is at 6.30pm. Ratings for the show continue to grow in its new timeslot.
Full details about Ten programming from May 1-7, including details about Masterchef’s first week back will be published one week from now.