Curtain up on Seven’s AllFronts 2019

On Friday morning Seven will unveil its AllFronts 2019 at its permanent new home at Media City, Eveleigh.

On-air talent will join with over 1000 people, including journos, analysts, advertisers and agencies with Seven ready to claim another winning year. A second event will be held in Melbourne next week with interstate guests flying to either city.

The team producing the event is Seven’s team behind Summer and Winter Olympics, Commonwealth Games and the AFL Grand Final.

An 80 minute showcase led by CEO Tim Worner will include sneak peeks of 2019 shows. High on the agenda is Seven’s summer of Cricket and there are renewals of My Kitchen Rules, House Rules and expect more of staple brands such as Better Homes and Gardens, Home & Away, The Chase, Sunrise, The Morning Show, First Dates, Sunday Night and newcomer Little Big Shots. Awaiting renewals are such shows as Take Me Out, Interview and The Mentor and Seven is yet to reveal casts for Ms. Fisher’s MODern Mysteries and The Full Monty (now with females).

Could there be a new drama (Bevan Lee has been plotting another high soap)? And industry chatter also persists over partnerships with News Corp.

As usual TV Tonight will bring you all the action!

One Comment:

  1. With SeaChange reboot on 9… and your tip of a A County Practice reboot, could this be annouced? Maybe original cast as Penny Cook, Josphine Mitchell ans Brett Climo returning to Wandin Valley? Hmmm.

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