Sunday January 23.
Raising Hope repeats fill the void left by the Simpsons at 6pm. Episode 4 is on 6pm.
UPDATED: Rules of Engagement is at 6.30 with a new episode S5E8, followed by a repeat of Modern Fmaily at 7pm.
At 7.30, it’s the fourth and final Australian Oprah special.
At 8.30, is the “epic” movie Australia, starring Hugh Jackman and Nicole Kidman.
Monday January 24.
Returning with new shows at 10am is the Circle.
The first night of Ten’s new extended new is here. In addition to Ten News at Five, is 6PM with George Negus and Ten Evening News at 6.30. 6PM with George Negus is a national program that promises to go more in depth with national and international stories than what the normal nightly news does.
Joining the 6PM team are Hugh Rimington, Hamish McDonald, Meggie Palmer, Max Futcher, Danielle Isdale, David Taylor, Emily Rice and Emme Dallimore.
George Negus says: “This is an opportunity to put my journalistic mind and body where my mouth has been. What TEN has in mind for the 6PM timeslot is seriously different. I was fortunate enough to be involved in the ground-breaking advent of 60 Minutes. This 6PM concept of TEN’s has the same sort of audacious freshness about it. Stay tuned!”
Ten Evening News at 6.30 is a state based bulletin, with different presenters in each market. In Sydney, it will be hosted by Sandra Sully, who bid farewell to Ten’s Late News after 16 years late in 2010.
At 7pm, The 7PM Project continues, with their more topical and relaxed look at the news and topics of the day.
At 7.30pm, Glee is up to episode 21 of season 1 called Funk.
Undercover Boss continues at 8.30pm. This week’s new US episode looks at the owner of the Chicago Cubs – one of America’s most beloved baseball; teams.
At 9.30 is a Good News Week Special – The Couch Show – featuring six of the best couch potato interviews.
At 10.30, Outrageous Fortune continues. Also airs 10.30 Friday Jan 28.
Tuesday January 25.
7.30 sees repeats of Talkin’ ‘Bout Your Generation continue. That is followed by NCIS: LA, now in third time round repeats. Lie to Me S2E11 is at 9.30.
Wednesday January 26.
3.00pm NBL Melbourne Tigers Vs Sydney Kings.
Also in third time round repeats is Modern Family – S1E5 is at 7.30. That is followed at 8pm by episode 9 of Raising Hope.
Great news for White Collar fans with a double episode from 8.30pm on Wed Jan 26. S2E8 and S2E9.
Thursday January 27.
Double Bondi Vet remains at 7.30, followed by new The Good Wife S2E8 at 8.30 and New Law and Order SVU at 9.30 S12E2.
Friday January 28.
The planned double episode of Raising Hope – which would have been repeats of episodes only on a few weeks ago, is now replaced with a Bondi Vet Special at 7.30 called Your Very First Puppy.
UPDATED: The Friday night movie is SPEED (not LIttle Miss Sunshine)
Saturday January 29.
From this day onwards, Ten’s weekend news will be seen at 6pm, not 5pm.