January 09: Obama, Ajay, McLeod’s & Temptation

TV Tonight begins a look back over 2009, by logging some of the headlines that made the year so memorable.

temp1TV Tonight begins a look back over 2009, by logging some of the headlines that made 2009 so memorable.

Simon Baker mulls US citizenship
Heather Locklear gets probation

Grant Denyer on the comeback to recovery
Matt Smith named eleventh Doctor Who
NRL Footy Show loses “The Chief”
Queensland courts the Logies
Joe O’Brien becomes permanent co-host of ABC2 News Breakfast
Mike Munro signs to Sunday Night
TEN ends Bold & Beautiful 6pm experiment
President Obama Inauguration

Patrick Swayze hospitalised with pneumonia
Peter Overton takes over Nine News Sydney from Mark Ferguson
Chris Bath joins Sunday Night
Dexter marries “his sister”
The Stig “unmasked”
Andrew O’Keefe thanks loyal audience
Golden Globe winners: Mad Men, 30 Rock, John Adams
Regional TV “swap” in doubt
Kym Valentine switch on Neighbours
TEN’s “livin in the 70’s” logo

ajr1Ajay Rochester receives 12 months good behaviour
CanWest debt puts pressure on TEN
Negus: Current affairs shows should shape up
Producers to lobby against NZ content
The Great Outdoors in great limbo
Seven delays tennis in Qld, SA and WA
Axed: Britannia High
Southern Star sells to Dutch for $75m
APAC on the air
Newton handbag thief cops 18 months
Micallef moonlights on TEN
WIN pulls Underbelly ads
Axed: The Outdoor Room

Last ever Temptation episode airs
Underbelly producers: ‘Creative license’ conveys essential truth
‘Ramsays’ back to Ramsay Street
George Clooney scrubs back into ER
Sci Fi fastracks Battlestar Galactica
ITV drops Trinny & Susannah

tzaetta1Tania Zaetta receives Defence Force compo
TV advertising dollar shrinks
SBS boss: “ABC wants to take us over.”
Final McLeod’s Daughters episode airs


8 Responses

  1. Got my hopes up for a moment there when I saw the Temptation image David.. Before I read the headline I thought maybe Nine had come to their senses 🙁

    But I’m with Tepee, I do love a good retrospective of the year. I look forward to reading the rest – hopefully not too much work for you during your well earned hiatus!

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