Seven: post-Easter

When official ratings resume in the week of April 19 Seven will introduce several new shows.

No airdates have yet been released, but TV Tonight can confirm the shows in the first week back into ratings will include:

10 Years Younger in 10 Days. Sonia Kruger’s new lifestyle show premieres.

Russell Brand’s Ponderland. Brand’s UK comedy series kicks off with the episode “Family.”

Family Guy returns with “Road to Germany” episode 3 of the seventh series (see comments).

my-name-earl111My Name is Earl resumes with “The Magic Hour” ep 1 of series 4.

As previously noted Heroes is also back.

Also returning are Desperate Housewives, Brothers and Sisters, Grey’s Anatomy, Ghost Whisperer, Criminal Minds, How I Met Your Mother, Bones, Boston Legal, RSPSCA Animal Rescue, Find My Family and Sunday Night.

Continuing are Home and Away, Scrubs, 30 Rock, Lost, Private Practice, Infamous Assasinations, 24, Eli Stone.

Australia’s Got Talent has the second of its 2-part Grand Final.

28 Comments:

  1. No_Netfilter

    With Seven skipping FG episodes, ad-hoc scheduling & 6 months delay, only makes me feel vindicated for having already seen them via other means. I bet they’ll again butcher eps into 1 hour chunks by chopping off ends and intro’s.

    Ironic that the best series 7 eps were the first few, which then weaken through the season due to the effects of the writers strike.

    Watch for the McCain-Palin gag in ‘Road to Germany’ that was topical way, way back during the presidential campaign when it was intended to be seen.

  2. What has happened to Prison Break. I did not see PB in the line up of returning or featured shows.. Has there been another season been made after the last one. cause they sure left it open to a new season, with Michale’s mother in possession of “the company’s” little black book.

    I would like to see the new season. but have not heard of channel 7 playing prison break since last year

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