• Returning: South Park

    Those very bad boys are coming back after the Olympic games. South Park returns to SBS on August 25 at 8:30pm. “Tonsil Trouble” from Series 12 screened in the US in March. This season will target Britney Spears, Heavy Metal, Canada and, gasp, the internet. Kindly link to this site when sourcing or posting in […]

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  • Love in the arvo

    Heads up for two curious entries on daytime viewing this week. One is a repeat of the UK series Mistresses. This is an opportunity for those who missed seeing the finale after it was yanked off air by Seven. It will screen in 3 x 2hr instalments, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. And there is a […]

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  • Returning: Back to You, Engagement. Bumped: Futurama.

    TEN will finally play the last two episodes of Back To You when the show makes a brief return in a change to TEN’s Thursday night line-up. Next week Futurama is out of schedule, when Rules of Engagement returns at 7:30pm. It is followed by the second last ep of Back to You. Its last […]

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  • Bumped: Prison Break. Gone: The Unit.

    Michael’s going to be breaking out a little bit later now. Seven has pushed back Prison Break to a later start time of 10:20pm from next week, after last night it only attracted 635,000 viewers. It is replaced with a double episode of Criminal Minds which had an impressive 1.4m viewers last night, ahead of […]

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  • Returning: The Mighty Boosh

    Kooky British comedy series The Mighty Boosh is coming back to SBS when the Olympics end. The third series returns at 8:55pm Monday August 25. Likened to a modern Goodies, the series is written by and stars comedians Julian Barratt and Noel Fielding. They surround themselves with musical numbers, pop culture references, animated sequences, puppets […]

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  • Dancing with the Deals

    The names of the next Dancing with the Stars personalities will soon be out in the open with news that Seven is about to shoot another week of ‘Dancing with the Deals.’ Last year Seven did the same with celebrities including Anh Do, Michael Klim and Patti Newton. Celebrities from the upcoming series of Dancing […]

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  • Not so GLAAD

    The GLAAD Media Awards will not screen as promised this Thursday night on Arena. It is the second time Arena has scheduled the US awards for gay and lesbian representation in the media. It was originally scheduled for June 5 (ahead of its US screening) and reprogrammed for this Thursday night. A spokesperson for Arena […]

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  • Bumped: Mark Loves Sharon, Burn Notice

    TEN is making a switch to its Monday night programming from next week moving Mark Loves Sharon to 10:30pm. Burn Notice moves forward to 9:30pm from July 21. While the new timeslot for the offbeat drama makes sense it isn’t an ideal outcome for the local comedy. It is also changes the flow of one […]

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  • Double or nothing: Lipstick Jungle, Prison Break

    Seven is moving fast on the falling figures for Lipstick Jungle, adding double episodes from this Sunday. The move will bump Trinny and Susannah Undress out of schedule. Last night the show attracted 655,000 viewers, a sizeable drop from the 1m who watched Private Practice before it. It was also a long way behind Nine’s […]

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  • Returning: America’s Next Top Model

    When Big Brother winds up its season (for good) TEN will slate a new series of America’s Next Top Model from 6:30pm Sunday July 28 and 7:30pm Mondays. Repeats of Thank God You’re Here will move in at 7:30pm Sundays. The next season of Australian Idol is not expected to air until after the Olympics. […]

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  • Airdate: Special: Mamma Mia!

    Here I go again… Yes it’s another ABBAlicious special coming Sunday week on Seven. This one, landing like a helicopter on the Arrival helipad, promises interviews with Meryl Streep, Pierce Brosnan, Colin Firth and Julie Walters. ABBA: The Mamma Mia! Story screens at 6:30pm Sunday July 20. There’s a bunch of other bits for die-hard […]

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  • Airdate: The Exorcist (the version you’ve never seen)

    Always a chilling film, with or without the extra ten minutes that’s in this “version you’ve never seen”, The Exorcist screens this Sunday morning at 12:30am (Saturday night) on Nine. Some viewed this edition with 12 extra minutes as little more than a marketing ploy. There are extra moments in four key scenes. The film […]

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