Still to come in 2013

2013-07-09_2347Halfway through the year but there is still plenty to look forward to from networks.

There are still some big local dramas and reality shows to come and from September networks will also be able to fast-track new and returning US shows.

If you want to know more about any of these shows, try clicking on the show’s Tag or do a search.

Please note this list is not complete.

ABC:
Serangoon Road,
Janet King,
Carlotta,
The Gods of Wheat Street,
Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries,
The Broken Shore,
It’s a Date,
(Untitled Chris Lilley project)
Upper Middle Bogan,
Redesign My Brain,
William’s Big Twitch,
First Footprints,
Kakadu,
Audrey’s Kitchen,
Gruen Nation,
New Tricks,
Silk,
Broadchurch,
Don’t Be Afraid of the Darkies,
8MMM,
Opening Shot,
Top Boy,
Nowhere Boys (formerly Lost Boys),
Peleda,
The Flamin’ Thongs,
The Annoying Orange,
Prank Patrol Road Trip,
Blue Kangaroo,
Room on the Broom,

Delayed to 2014: Spicks and Specks

SEVEN:
Zero Hour,
Mr. Selfridge,
The X Factor,
Dancing with the Stars,
Surveillance Oz,
The Black List,
SlideShow,
Never Tear Us Apart: The Untold Story of INXS,
Cosentino (specials),
Anh Does Britain,
Coastwatch Australia,
Formal Wars,
Young Dumb and Living off Mum,
Please Marry My Boy,
Beauty & The Geek Australia,
Hotel Secrets,
30 Rock,
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Cancelled: Australia’s Got Talent

NINE:
Australia’s Got Talent,
Underbelly: Squizzy,
Power Games: The Packer-Murdoch Story,
Schapelle,
The Taste,
Love Child,
Big Brother,
The Bible,
Hostages,
Partners

Cancelled: Return to Eden

TEN:
Puberty Blues,
Recipe to Riches,
Wonderland,
This Week Live,
A League of Their Own,
Ripper Street,  (pictured)
Shock of the Now,
The Bachelor,
Come Date with Me,
Batavia,
Secret & Lies: The Track,
New Girl,
Homeland,
Mako: Island of Secrets,
Reign,

(Untitled morning project),
(Untitled breakfast project),

SBS:
Housos,
Better Man,
On Death Row,
The Bridge,
South Park,
Once Upon a Time in Punchbowl,
The Network,
Welcome to Puntland,
Surgery Ship,
Stephen Hawking’s Brave New World,
Destination Flavour,
Thai Street Food,
Movie Mayhem with Marc Fennell
The Killing
Vikings,
Masters of Sex

Cronulla Riots (online)

This post updates.

43 Comments:

  1. Is there a reason for them not having the Amazing Race AU. Didn’t it rate well. I thought at the start of the year they announced it and didn’t they already have auditions for it?

  2. The list has been drawn from public statements by networks.

    William: There has been no change to Batavia announcement, despite my asking TEN. Party Tricks was confirmed for 2014.

    Mr J: TEN has not made any announcement regarding Bet on Your Baby, let alone a date. Seven is yet to confirm more Brynne.

    Billy: No Amazing Race Aus this year.

    Aeddie: No confirmation yet on more Biggest Loser even though we know it has been filming.

    No confirmation on Doctor Who. Some shows already have airdates: The Bible, South Park, Broadchurch etc. Ripper Street already in promos. However the list is about what’s coming.

  3. harrypotter1994

    I still don’t understand why 7 is playing movies on weeknights lately with Pirates 4 and Red…They said they had a packed schedule this year but doesn’t seem that way to me now. Then add in Criminal Minds repeats as well and it really doesn’t looked packed at all to me

  4. @ billy66683- Hey. Yes. The answer is no, it won’t.
    I’m wondering if Stephen Hawking’s Brave New World is a new series as the local library has had the series from 2011 on DVD for a long time.

  5. Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special (probably 24/11)
    Doctor Who Christmas Special (probably 26/12).
    An Adventure in TIme and Space (Doctor Who Drama chronicling the creation of the series)

    What about Series 3 of Scott and Bailey?

  6. Mr Selfridge replacing A Place To Call Home, Ripper Street replacing Elementary and the Mentalist S5 final eps being used as a platform for Underbelly and Puberty Blues replacing Offspring seem the most logical moves.
    (all programming guesses subject to random changes and disinformation put out by networks).

    Hopefully once Seven have finished screwing around with Happy Endings and The Mindy Project they will screw around with the final season of 30 Rock.

    SBS also have S3 of The Killing starting on Wednesday 24th of July (I presume S3 because the synopsis isn’t for S1 or 2). S2 of The Bridge could follow that.

    The BBC announced the 3rd season of Silk but haven’t scheduled it. Presumably the ABC knows it will be this year sometime.

  7. @carolemorrissey

    Thanks for the heads up on The Mentalist. I would have missed them in the sea of repeats on Nine.

    Seven haven’t bother to show the second half of S2 of Suits, so fast tracking S3 would be out of the question.

    Scandal is huge in the US, it failed badly here though.

  8. carolemorrissey

    Suits & Covert Affairs starts in the US next week. I suppose it’s too much to expect 7 to fast track them. Still waiting for the 2nd season of Scandal and the final season of Proof of Life. Scandal is huge in the US, don’t know why 7 didn’t fast track it. Instead of showing cancelled shows like Red Widow, they should be showing these shows. Save Red Widow for the non-ratings time.

  9. Wish Ten would hurry up and deliver the new episodes of Futurama.
    I mean do they really have that much of a jam-packed bustling schedule of repeated repeats that they can’t find the time to fit it in?
    Mind you, these are the same monkeys who waste New Simpsons in a 6pm slot on a Sunday. It’s one of their few drawcard shows and it should be on in prime time.

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