Returning: NCIS, NCIS: LA, Wonderland, The Good Wife.

2015-01-21_1435TEN has confirmed more of its upcoming schedule with local drama Wonderland plus US dramas NCIS, NCIS: LA and The Good Wife all back the week after next.

Monday February 2
9:00 pm Movie: Jack Reacher

Tuesday February 3
8:30 pm NCIS
Grounded DiNozzo, Bishop and her husband, who are stuck at Dulles airport due to inclement weather, work an NCIS case involving an elevated terrorist threat to Northeast airports.

9:30 pm NCIS: Los Angeles
“The Grey Man”
When a former Marine turned homeless is murdered, Kensi and Deeks go undercover for the investigation and find a link to the Mexican cartel.

Wednesday 4th February
8:30pm Wonderland
Tom’s late night decision leaves him on thin ice; Callan’s efforts to bond with Steve result in a brush with death; Dani uncovers plans for a secret wedding but there’s an even bigger shock in store.

9:30pm The Good Wife
“The Trial”
When Cary’s case goes to trial, a plea deal offer has him seriously considering jail time. A bad joke lands Alicia in trouble, just as her campaign for State’s Attorney is in full stride.


  1. Wonderland is decent but why does it says S3 where as if you look wonderland it says that S2 consist of 22 episode & yet only played 15 does channel ten split the show up in parts?

  2. I can’t see what Wonderland does for Channel 10. The Good Wife has slipped a bit. Goggle Box.. watching people watching tv…really, sounds like a Big Brother show. Yick!

  3. Good to see NCIS is returning. For those who follow it, be prepared for what happens in the next episode when Gibbs mets his ex -wife. Many good eps. this season with this show.

  4. Ten really shot itself in the foot when some moron greenlit a second season of Wonderland. It’s been a lemon from the start. Should be screening at 11pm.

  5. @Pete – because they had terrible lead ins (except for The Bachelor). IAACGMOH would boost Wonderland and The Good Wife. If Wonderland fails on the back of IAACGMOH then the show is doomed.

  6. Its nice to see 8.30ish start times for these shows. Not interested in having drama pushed back for reality. Not sure if I will return to watching wonderland. Nothing in the 2015 preview was all that impressive and the show seemed to get worse as it entered season 2. It would be nice to see who bishops husband is on NCIS. Hopefully they will stick to 8.30pm Thursdays for madam secretary.

  7. I think Ten will use I Am A Celebrity as a platform to promote the upcoming shows. The V8 Supercars starts up very late next month and there is no sign of Peter Brock so far. No Shark Tank?

  8. Its great they are back but where is the advertising for them? TEN seems to have focused only on I’m a Celebrity. Less than 2 weeks notice for the return of these shows in advertising? Its no wonder they are where they are.

  9. As Australian Primetime is from Six til Midnight Seven Days a Week, Australian Networks shall Launch a Late Primetime Schedule that targets Younger Viewers.

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