Airdate: 2009 Brownlow Medal

mcavAs part of the AFL deal, this year Seven has the Brownlow Medal telecast.

Bruce McAvaney hosts the Brownlow at 8:30pm Monday September 21st in Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth (11:40pm Sydney / Brisbane).

It is preceded by the 2009 Brownlow Blue Carpet Special hosted by AFL Game Day‘s Hamish McLachlan with Fifi Box and Rebecca Maddern at 7:30pm.

Viewers in Sydney and Brissy can watch the 2009 Brownlow Blue Carpet Special at 8pm on 7HD with the Brownlow live at 8:30pm.

A new ep of City Homicide will air at 8:30pm Wednesday across the network followed by Game Day: Season’s Best in Melbourne, Adelaide & Perth and on 7HD in Sydney & Brisbane.

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16 Comments:

  1. AFL is losing its way in Sydney!! They are talking about another team and yet we cant even watch live games! Have started going to NRL games.. A shame.

  2. oh god, nasal annoying bruce again !!!!!!!!!

    ”its a ssssspesssshial niiiiight,
    its the 3rd time, this yeeeeear ,in this month, of the last decaaaade, in this centuryyyy that we seee allllthese delishhhhiouuussssss players in one place,
    itsssss soooo spesssshhhhiaaaaaallllll !!! ‘

  3. Smart move by Seven playing the City Homicide ep that would have been shown on Monday one the Wednesday which means the whole country will be still be in sync the following Monday.

  4. it works out better when the brownlow and emmys are show on different networks, this way those who want to watch the emmys and dont have foxtel can watch it without having to stay up till the early hours. on years when ten don’t have the brownlow i have noticed that both ten and foxtel have been showing the emmys at 8.30 meaning that it is on two networks at the same time

  5. Can anyone explain why they keep giving work to Hamish McLachlan?

    He’s terrible, and the only reason he got a job was because he’s the brother of the AFL’s commercial chief!

    Get Denis Cometti or Sandy Roberts instead.

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