Seven ….still to come

Seven has teased a number of its remaining highlights for 2018 including Dance Boss (pictured), All Together Now, Take Me Out and The Good Doctor.

But the list is also interesting for the titles that are absent: 800 Words, Wanted, The Blake Mysteries, Instant Hotel, Emergency Call (Update: Seven confirms all coming this year). Also absent are The Rich House and Australian Gangster, both of which Seven indicated were delayed and unclear if they are proceeding.

Seven also has a big sports slate ahead including the AFL Grand Final, Melbourne Cup and its new Cricket deal.

Family Fun

Little Big Shots
You won’t believe what this new bunch of kids are going to do, or say, when Shane Jacobson returns with a new season of the #1 feel-good hit of 2017. The stars may be little but this show is big!

Dance Boss
People from all walks of life will become stars right before your eyes in this brand new television dance competition hosted by entertainment icon Dannii Minogue. Pitting extraordinary amateur dancers from ordinary workplaces against each other in epic dance battles, DANCE BOSS sees 12 crews of workers from the same workplace or profession compete to win a $100,000 pay cheque and realise their dance dreams.

All Together Now
Get ready for The 100 – the biggest judging panel Australia has ever seen, headed by singing superstar Ronan Keating. Who can get them all on their feet singing along? Get set for one big party as Julia Zemiro hosts this singing competition like no other.

Relationship TV

The Single Wives
Romance isn’t dead if you understand the secrets of attraction. Globally renowned dating coach Matthew Hussey is joined by host Fifi Box as he helps guide four brave women searching for their second chance at love. It’s not about finding your fairytale, it’s about creating your fairytale in this relationship crash course you won’t want to miss!

Take Me Out
Joel Creasey plays modern matchmaker in this cheeky, outrageous and fun new dating series which sees single guys trying to impress a panel of 30 flirty women. Surely they can convince one of them to go on a date!

Australia’s Biggest Show

The Good Doctor
Australia’s number one show is back! Freddie Highmore returns as Dr Shaun Murphy in the second season of this feel-good medical drama which is a ratings phenomenon around the world.

Event Television

Undercurrent
Has an innocent woman gone to jail? In the tradition of Making a Murderer and The Jinx comes this gripping Australian true crime series.

Jimmy Barnes: Working Class Boy
Son. Brother. Father. Singer. Fighter. Immigrant. Storyteller. Survivor. Icon. To understand the man, you must meet the boy. Based on the #1 bestselling book, this documentary sets Jimmy Barnes’ raw, and sometimes darkly funny story against a backdrop of archival footage and interviews with family and friends.

The Real Full Monty
For one night only, eight male celebrities dare to bare all to help shine a light on men’s health issues. This feel-good documentary takes you on a journey with these brave men, from the awkwardness of the first rehearsal to the final triumphant moment standing in front of a packed theatre in nothing but their birthday suits.

New Drama

9-1-1
From creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk (the American Horror Story franchise, Nip/Tuck) comes hit US drama 9-1-1, which follows the high-pressure lives of police officers, paramedics and firefighters who are thrust into the most frightening, shocking and heart-stopping situations. The action-packed, provocative series stars Academy Award® and Emmy® Award nominee Angela Bassett (American Horror Story, What’s Love Got to Do with It), Emmy® Award and Golden Globe® nominee Peter Krause (The Catch, Six Feet Under) and Emmy® Award nominee Connie Britton (Nashville, Friday Night Lights, American Horror Story).

21 Comments:

  1. bettestreep2008

    I rarely watch Seven or Nine – and there is nothing on this list that appeals to me. Only reality shows I watch are Survivor and Masterchef on Ten – but so wish they edited them better. A 40 minute show should never last 90 or 100 minutes.

    • I don’t think Seven have stuffed with 800 words it’s a show that’s only has about 20 episodes or fewer a season unlike All Saints that was on year round and had over 40 episodes in a season. It’s always shown at about this time of year. They haven’t stuffed around with the timeslot that much. I watched the first season but lost interest after that.

  2. Armchair Analyst

    Not much on this list that interests me. Sport obviously yes with the exception of Yachting. I think Jimmy Barnes bio doco sounds good. So will watch that. But as i said i am not enticed. Too many dating shows or “relationship” shows out there. I am more interesting in how TEN do for the rest of the year and next year.

  3. The programming at 7 always just seams very vanilla bland and there is not much here that is convincing me otherwise.

    The one show that I could have been semi-intrested in was The Rich House. Had it been done well, I could see it be an intresting Reality Game Format in the vain of (but not directly ripping off) a Big Brother or Survivor.

  4. Seven seem to be just flooding the dating show market trying to ruin Married at First Sight joke they did with Spartan early this year. Dance Boss looks awful & I am not sure about All Together Now without Jon English. (Joke)

  5. I have very bad TV reception at my apartment so I have to watch the live stream on my Chromecast. I wish they would start Dance Boss so I don’t have to see the ads for it which appear on almost every ad break. Different ads to what is shown on broadcast TV which doesn’t make sense. Looks like some good shows ahead

    • Indeed, where be the BAU? Typically they’ve started it after State of Origin finishes – which is tonight, so hopefully sometime soon.

  6. This is a pretty good offering for the back half or the year. I’ll check out Dance Boss, Single Wives and The Full Monty. All Together now looks pretty awful.

    Surprised Instant Hotel is coming back, I thought that did alright last year?

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