2014: Still to Come

2014-07-08_2251Utopia, Dancing with the Stars, Big Brother, Gina, The Bachelor, Party Tricks, The Code, Please Like Me, Borgen -just some of the shows still to air this year.

The end of this week marks the mid-point of the 2014 television year.

Here are the shows still coming based on previous network statements. Assembling this list is always a moving feast, but here’s how things are shaping up.

NB: does not include all titles.

Anzac Girls,
The Code,
Upper Middle Bogan,
Judith Lucy is All Woman,
We’ll Have to Leave it There,
Afghanistan: The Australian War,
Brilliant Creatures,
The Flying Miners,
Save Your Life Tonight!,
Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery,
Kitchen Cabinet,
Head First,
Please Like Me,
Mad as Hell (second 2014 season),
Life on the Reef,
It’s a Date,
Who’s Been Sleeping In My House?,
Outback Choir,
Adam Hills: The Last Leg,
Doctor Who,
Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond,
Flying Monsters,
Keys To The Museum With David Attenborough,
Secret State,
The Accused,
Soul Mates (ABC2),
Maximum Choppage (ABC2),
Blue Zoo (ABC3),
Bing Bunny (ABC3),
Noirhouse (iview)


Bringing Sexy Back,
Australia: The Story of Us,
The Amazing Race Australia,
The X Factor,
The Big Adventure,
Dancing with the Stars,
Beauty and the Geek Australia,
Criminal Minds,
Brynne: My Bedazzled Life,
The Force,
Dynamo: Magician Impossible,
The Happenings,
Melbourne Cup Carnival,
Caulfield Cup Carnival,
Sydney-Hobart Yacht Race,


The Block: The Glasshouse,
Big Brother,
Married at First Sight,
The Embassy Bangkok,
The Following,
Anger Management,
Mike and Molly,
Almost Human,
The Tomorrow People,*
P!nk Live in Concert,
Test Cricket,


The Bachelor,
Big Bash League,
Commonwealth Games,
Party Tricks,
Recipe to Riches,
Family Feud,
50 Years Young,
Witches of East End (ELEVEN),
Reign (ELEVEN),*
Beauty and the Beast (ELEVEN),
Pan Pacific Swimming Championships (ONE),
Lost with the Boys (Digital)


Once Upon a Time in Carlton,
Masters of Sex,
Living with the Enemy,
What’s The Catch?,
First Contact,
The Great Australian Race Riot,
Gourmet Farmer Afloat,
Lip Service,
Shane Delia’s Spice Journey: Turkey,
Vuelta a Espana,
Sex Box,
Drunk History,
Duck Quacks Don’t Echo,
Destination Flavour Down Under,
Greeks of the Sea,
Brooklyn Nine-Nine,
Real Humans,
Legally Brown,

* may premiere first on Foxtel.

NB: A Foxtel article will be published separately.

This post updates.


  1. Thanks for this list. The back end schedules on the commercial channels look a bit bare, so I expect some as yet unannounced fast-tracked shows will have to be utilised when the US season commences.

  2. The only thing that interests me here is Anzac Girls. Channel Seven cancelled A Place to Call Home and yet spent money on Brynne: My Bedazzled Life. Enough said, really.

  3. Secret Squirrel

    Seven’s list is one big yawn and Nine’s isn’t much better with a couple of maybe-possibles. On Ten I’ll record/catch-up Homeland and prob give Extant a look as well.

    Heaps of good stuff coming up on the ABC and I hadn’t remembered that there will be a second helping of Mad as Hell this year, so that’s a bonus. A few things I’m looking fwd to on SBS too.

  4. Look at all the reality programming channel 7 has. So little Australian drama/stories. And they go and cancel shows like A Place to Call Home. Sheesh. Lost for words

  5. I would’ve excluded the shows with an airdate – or at least acknowledged them.

    Didn’t the Fleming one air earlier in the year – or was that on Foxtel?

    • Thanks for the feedback guys, a few changes noted. You can find out more about each show by clicking on its Tag. Yes some of these have an airdate, I haven’t suggested otherwise. Fleming was withdrawn from ABC1 schedule and is still yet to air. Tomorrow People is yet to air on Nine, I have not been advised of any change.

  6. Hmmm. Looks like the ABC and SBS will be getting the majority of my viewing time then.

    Channel Ten, on the other hand, will only get my attention for their 50th birthday special.

  7. Sandra Crack

    Given that you have mentioned that ch 7 have been holding back on shows like , The Melbourne Cup Carnival & the Caulfield cup , I think it would only be fair to include the The Brownlow medal count and the Afl grand final too.

  8. How to Live with Your Parents has aired in full, Extant, Family Feud are in the line-up in the next couple of days, as is Arrow, The X Factor, Criminal Minds and The Force, Young, Dumb and Driving Us Crazy has aired in full on Seven.

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