Seven’s post-Olympics schedule

All the airdates you need for DWTS, SAS Australia, Amazing Race, Showtrial, The Rookie and more.

Seven has now confirmed its schedule for next week following the Winter Olympics.

This includes new seasons of Dancing with the Stars: All Stars, SAS Australia, The Amazing Race, The Rookie, Ambulance: Code Red, Border Security, UK drama Showtrial and an “All Sports’ edition of The Front Bar screening nationally.

Sunday Feb 20
6pm Seven News
7pm Dancing with the Stars: All Stars
8:30pm Winter Olympics: Figure Skating
10pm Winter Olympics: Countdown to Closing Ceremony
11pm Winter Olympics: Closing Ceremony

Monday Feb 21
7pm Home & Away
7:30pm SAS Australia
9:15pm The Amazing Race dbl
11:15pm The Latest

Tuesday Feb 22
7:30pm SAS Australia
9pm The Rookie dbl
11pm The Latest

Wednesday Feb 23
7:30pm SAS Australia
8:45pm The Front Bar: All Sports
9:45pm Ambulance: Code Red
10:45pm The Latest

Thursday Feb 24
7pm Home & Away trpl
8:30pm Showtrial dbl
11:10pm The Latest

Friday Feb 25
7pm Better Homes & Gardens
8:30pm Movie: 2012 rpt

Saturday Feb 26
7pm Border Security
7:30pm Movie: Raiders of the Lost Ark rpt
10pm Movie: Con Air rpt

7 Responses

  1. No sign of S9 of the Blacklist. Looks like we’ll have to wait until the ink is dry on the new deal between 7’s suspected new streaming partner Peacock later this year… (AFR yesterday).

  2. It’s very lacklustre. Nothing really screaming watch me. I’ll watch TAR and The Rookie cos i love those shows but even then, looking at the schedule it looks like a summer schedule. I thought Seven said they wanted to boost its first quarter 🤔

    1. Seven’s rusted on oldies love Dancing with the Stars with Dazza and Tina Sparkle! It’s probably smart programming to put it on against two shows that attract younger eyeballs. I suspect it’ll do decent Total people figures but be nowhere in the demos.

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