Nine avoids Olympics clash
With Seven set to have the momentum, Nine programming could be great summer filler.
Nine has a week of summer-style programming next week as it opts not to compete against the Olympics.
Repeats and movies get primetime treatment despite no Live events taking place until 10:30pm. No judgement, the momentum will clearly be with Seven even screening highlights in primetime.
But it does differ from TEN’s approach which is to offer an alternative.
60 Minutes, The Hunt, A Current Affair, The Footy Show, Footy Classified and RBT will all continue.
Amongst Nine’s other “highlights” are a repeat of 20 to One, Super Scary Plane Landings and movie reruns of Mission Impossible III and Mr. & Mrs. Smith.
The unaired Briefcase episode also screens -at the late time of 10:30pm Tuesday.
Meanwhile TEN is continuing with The Bachelor, The Great Australian Spelling Bee, All Star Family Feud, Have You been Paying Attention?, The Project and The Living Room.
Offspring is resting.