TEN 2012 Programming Launch
Young Talent Time, The Julian Assange Story, Breakfast, Reef Doctors, Puberty Blues plus more Renovators and George Negus are amongst TEN's 2012 highlights.
TEN has now announced its highlights for 2012.
They include (NB: list is not complete):
- Rob Mills will host a Young Talent Time revival.
- The Renovators will return.
- Andrew Rochford will co-host a new morning television show simply called Breakfast. His co-host is yet to be announced. To be modelled on The 7pm Project in format.
- 6:30 with George Negus remains
- New drama adaptation of Puberty Blues by Kathy Lette and Gabrielle Carey
- New drama series based on the Great Barrier Reef, called Reef Doctors featuring Lisa McCune who will also co-produce
- Underground: The Julian Assange Story, which tells the story of an 18 year old Australian who allegedly hacked the CIA website.
- Bikie Wars: Brothers in Arms
- MasterChef Australia
- The Biggest Loser: Singles
- Homeland, featuring Mandy Patinkin and Claire Daines
- Terra Nova
- The Graham Norton Show
- New Girl, featuring Zooey Deschanel
- Bones spin-off The Finder.
- The 2-2, US series about rookie cops produced by Robert DeNiro
- The Gifted Man, featuring Patrick Wilson as a competitive surgeon
- How to Be a Gentleman, starring Reece Darby (Flight of the Conchords) and Kevin Dillon
- The Good Wife
- Modern Family
- NCIS: Los Angeles
- Bondi Vet
- Bondi Rescue
- The Circle
- The 7pm Project
- Can of Worms
David Mott says of The Renovators, “So far the format has underperformed. But it’s a brand we believe in so we are working directly with Shine to renovate The Renovators for 2011 and beyond.”
A spokewoman said it was too early to say whether there would be new seasons of Talkin’ ‘Bout Your Generation and Junior MasterChef in 2012 when the current seasons were only just on air or soon to air. TEN says it is yet to make a decision on whether it will revive It’s A Knockout.
Still to come this year are Class of 2011, Rush, Recruits: Paramedics and Good News World, from the makers of Good News Week and the AFL Grand Final.
This post updates.