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Airdate: Strictly Come Dancing

British dance show will now air on Free to Air on 10 Peach.

Hands up who wanted more of Craig Revel Horwood?

Strictly Come Dancing will air for the first time on Free to Air TV next month on 10 Peach.

The 2019 season isn’t due until September so expect this to be a previous season. Most recent judges also include Bruno Tonioli, Darcey Bussell (who has just announced her retirement as judge) and Shirley Ballas.

8:30pm Friday May 3rd on 10 Peach.

10 Responses

  1. At least there’s something new to watch on 10 Peach.

    I guess the 16-39s just can’t get enough of Everybody Loves Raymond, Frasier, and Sex and the City. Frankly, I’m baffled that 10 aren’t digging a little deeper into their archives to repeat locally commissioned content from years gone by rather than repeating the same old U.S. sitcoms ad infinitum. Hell, hasn’t the CBS buyout enabled 10 to draw from a broader range of programmes?

    And why are so many of their new content being wasted on 10 All Access? When their primetime offerings are barely drawing in 200,000, who would be crazy enough to subscribe when Netflix and other services offer superior original programming for one’s buck? Their marketing department use Sabrina the Teenage Witch as a selling point for 10 All Access. Insanity!

    1. Agree with this 1000%. How can Peach pretend it’s cool when they have been screening repeats of old-skewing shows like Becker since the day they started? Digital TV is just a wasteland of shows bought in packages, strewn everywhere in the schedule with no thought or reason

    1. I know but there was a ballroom dancing show originally called come dancing but then after the success of strictly ballroom I guess they thought strictly would be appealing to fans of the movie

  2. Thank you 10, I love strictly . I think it only aired one season on Foxtel and that was Bruce’s last one before he died. It probably should start at 730pm as the first few weeks have 16 contestants plus a 40 minute result show

  3. Because the Australian version has done…well(?) for 10, so why not give the audience a foreign version with stars unrecognisable to most Aussies. What an expensive waste of programming.

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