Returning: Gogglebox

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Gogglebox is returning in late August for its 4th season.

It will premiere on Foxtel’s LifeStyle Channel on Wednesday, August 24, at 7.30pm, and broadcast the following night on TEN on Thursday, August 25, at 8.30pm.

No doubt the first episode will feature the Olympics closer.

Hannah Barnes, General Manager LifeStyle Channels, said: “Gogglebox Australia has been a huge hit with Australian audiences on the LifeStyle Channel. I know fans of the show can’t wait to have the Goggleboxers back on television, which is why we are very excited to be launching another series so soon.”

Head of Comedy, Network Ten, Paul Leadon said: “Network Ten is delighted to welcome the Goggleboxers back into our lounge rooms. The next few months sees the launch of many new shows and TV events. No doubt our guys will have plenty to say.”

The TV Week Logie Award-winning show about people watching television takes viewers into 11 Australian lounge rooms to capture the often hilarious and heart-warming reactions of some of the country’s most opinionated and avid television viewers.

All of the much-loved Gogglebox Australia households from Season 3 are returning for Season 4: best mates and larrikins with a thirst for life Adam and Symon; bubbly Greek best friends Anastasia and Faye; cocktail-loving Wayne and Tom; the sports-crazy Jackson Family; the fun-loving and cricket-mad Delpechitra Family; vivacious friends and housemates Angie and Yvie; the Indigenous art dealers Mick and Di; the close knit Dalton Family; the happily married couple Lee and Keith; the three generations of women in the the Silbery Family; and old high school acquaintances and housemates Zina and Vivian.


Gogglebox Australia is an Endemol Shine Australia production for Foxtel and Network Ten.


  1. I’ve watched the first 3 series, but I don’t think I’ll go again for the fourth. I don’t really relate to any of the households anymore. In terms of TV shows I watch, I was probably most in sync with the bearded family (sorry don’t recall their surname) and while the people they’ve replaced them with seem nice, I don’t watch the sort of shows they seem to like. It has been interesting viewing none the less, as it’s helped me understand why the most popular shows are as popular as they are.

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