Seven teases multichannel highlights for 2017

This is not a full list, but I thought it was worth passing on.

Seven has teased a number of its multichannel highlights for 2017.

This is not a full list, but I thought it was worth passing on.

On 7TWO in 2017: There are brand new episodes of Murdoch Mysteries, Animal Airport, For The Love Of Dogs, Endeavour S4, Houdini & Doyle, Vicious S2, Damned Designs: Don’t Demolish My House  and Building Dream Homes.

On 7mate in 2017: Family Guy, American Dad, Ice Road Truckers all return with brand new episodes.

On 7flix in 2017: Grey’s Anatomy, How To Get Away With Murder, Quantico, Once Upon A Time, Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D all return with brand new episodes.

14 Responses

  1. I thought it was a hoax last night when I saw an ad featuring three heavily pregnant women and the caption Yummy Mummies coming to Seven in 2017. Are they kidding? They’re really scraping the bottom of the barrel.

  2. It’s not necessarily the fault of Ch 7 or the other FTA channels but overseas content is not easy to follow for most fans waiting for show renewals. Just when you get a few episodes to watch they can get transferred to other time slots or sister channels and then you find out that it is likely to be cancelled in the USA as most of it has already been shown there, which is never encouraging.

  3. Glad OUAT is on their list 😀 Hope it stays there. They’ve been really good with the show this year after screwing around with it at the start & making us wait forever for season 4. Hope that’s now over but not holding my breath over it

  4. And at least 20 episodes a week of The Big Bang Theory spread over 7flix, 7mate and even on Seven. Enjoy!

    And be prepared to chase new shows around the schedule as their air times slip into the realms of the graveyard shift.

  5. Glad HTGAWM is resuming. I didn’t see that happening! An early Christmas present almost. The treatment of this show has been disgusting. Thanks for the update David. Merry Christmas to you and look forward to the world of TV land in 2017.

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