9Life marks first anniversary


9Life will mark its first year on air on Saturday, November 26.

According to Nine, the channel has proved particularly popular with its target demographic of Women aged 18-54, with a total of 6.8 million Australians tuned in during October.

Hamish Turner, Nine Network Program Director, said: “9Life was quick to establish itself in the Free TV landscape, achieving robust results and gaining a loyal audience in its first year.

“We will continue to invest in the best lifestyle and reality content from around the world that delivers consistency for our audience and advertisers.”

To celebrate the first anniversary, new titles next week will include Keeping Up With The Kardashians, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Hollywood Medium with Tyler Henry, Kourtney & Khloe Take Miami, Listed Sisters and Big Rich Texas.

In 2017, new programs on 9Life will include Below Deck, Dash Dolls, Kourtney & Kim Take New York, Real Housewives of New York, Real Housewives of Cheshire, Ladies of London, Million Dollar Listing San Francisco, WAGS, WAGS: Miami, Hunting Vintage, Vintage Flip, and Island Hunters.

Returning in 2017 are Millionaire Matchmaker, Vanderpump Rules, The Bachelor USA, The Bachelorette USA, Million Dollar Listing New York, Fixer Upper, Flip or Flop, Masters of Flip and House Hunters.

All New Keeping Up With The Kardashians Tuesday, November 29 at 7.30pm
All New Hollywood Medium with Tyler Henry Tuesday, November 29, at 8.30pm
All New Mom’s A Medium Tuesday, November 29, at 9.30pm
All New Kourtney & Khloe Take Miami Tuesday, November 29, at 10.30pm
All New Million Dollar Listing Miami Wednesday, November 30, at 9.30pm
All New The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Thursday, December 1, at 8.30pm
All New Big Rich Texas Monday, December 5 at 7.30pm


  1. I might as well just go a head and switch off 9Life now like I have with all the infomercial channels. I might do 9Go too…. What a waste of air time.

  2. Any idea David when 9Life might make a reappearance in Tasmania? We lost it in the channel switching arrangement and there has been no news on it recommencing.

  3. Armchair Analyst

    I have been surprised as to how many good titles are on NineLife. I found my self watching more than i thought i would. So far the channel is a success.

  4. I love 9life lifestyle programmes like house hunters etc but yeah I agree even though I love reality I think it should be on a different channel as 9life should be just lifestyle as the name suggests.

  5. This is just a personal comment because I don’t like reality, but I’d love for Ch 9 to leave all the lifestyle shows on 94 and start a new channel 95 for all their reality shows. Then we wouldn’t see all the reality ads while while lifestyle shows. I know I’m probably the only person who doesn’t like reality, but hey, that’s my 2cents worth! 😉

    • Took the words out of my mouth. This channel has a split personality. What they call the “lifestyle” shows are great – light entertainment for when you need something fun that you don’t have to concentrate on. The rest (so-called “reality”) is pure trash, and as Lyn above says, should have its own channel so that we can avoid it more easily.

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