Seven: summer highlights

Blindspot, Agents of SHIELD, Blacklist, AACTA Awards -Seven's summer boasts some of its strongest content in years.


Seven has confirmed key titles for summer, boasting some of the strongest content it has scheduled in recent years.

As previously advised, plenty of US shows already on air will continue into December: Blindspot, The Blacklist, Quantico, Grey’s Anatomy, Heroes Reborn, The Player, Grimm, The Amazing Race, Chicago Fire, Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares and Mighty Cruise Ships.

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and The Goldbergs both return alongside new episodes of Dynamo: Magician Impossible and Motorway Patrol.

First run local titles will include What Really Happens In Thailand, The Chase Australia,  Sunday Night, Aussie Barbecue Heroes, with flagship events the AACTA Awards on Wednesday, December 9 at 8.30pm and Carols In The Domain on Saturday, December 19 at 8.30pm.

Sport highlights include the Hopman Cup (7mate) and the Brisbane International (7TWO) from January 3, the APIA International Sydney (7TWO) from January 10, the Kooyong Classic (7TWO) from January 12 and the Australian Open from Monday, January 18.

Seven’s release also teases the Home and Away special event ‘An Eye for an Eye’ on Presto on Wednesday, December 9 plus “After the tennis, get set for new seasons of My Kitchen Rules, Home And Away, Downton Abbey and more, plus the highly anticipated premieres of Molly and the gripping new drama Wanted, starring Rebecca Gibney and Stephen Peacocke.”

13 Responses

  1. Strong content = lots of shows that can no longer hold a prime time ratings slot and will likely be burnt off in double eps before Christmas, New Years and live sport fill the schedule.

    No Agent Carter and still no sign of Once Upon a Time, there are around 40 eps of that that haven’t aired in this country. Seven relegated DA to late Thursday night last season, yet they are holding back the final season and Christmas special so they can show them in one block sometime in the middle of 2016.

    But looks like there will be plenty of stuff to record this Summer for when there isn’t interesting tennis, cricket, soccer or basketball on.

  2. Wow.. still no Agent Carter? Is 7 ever going to show this or do I have to resort to other means?

    Surprised to see no mention of The Muppets too. Thought they were showing this soon.

  3. so glad Goldbergs will be back, long overdue. dont know why they waited so long. they better have double episodes! hopefully we don’t have to wait so long for season 3!!

  4. Hi David, if you have the chance, could you please ask Seven when they’ll air the final season of Parks and Recreation? It finished up in the US back in February and still no sign of it here.. Thanks 🙂

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