Nine Network - Programs and Schedules

In a late schedule change, Nine are airing an episode of 60 Minutes at 7.30pm tonight.
This is the expose on a cosmetic surgeon which was banned from broadcast due to a court injunction, which has just been overturned on appeal.

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Game of Silence

Tuesday 21 June 11:30 pm

Full season has been on 9Now

A rising attorney finds his perfectly crafted life threatened when his long-lost childhood friends threaten to expose a dark secret from their past.

Week commencing 19 June 2022


Sunday 19 June
07:00 pm 62nd Annual TV Week Logie Awards Red Carpet
07:30 pm 62nd Annual TV Week Logie Awards
11:00 pm Australia’s Top Ten of Everything: Logies Moments Rpt

Monday 20 June
07:30 pm Celebrity Apprentice Australia S06 E15
09:10 pm Million Dollar Murders S01 E05
10:15 pm Nine News Late
10:45 pm 100% Footy (Syd, Bri) Footy Classified (Mel, Ade, Per)
11:45 pm Manifest S03 E07

Tuesday 21 June
07:30 pm Celebrity Apprentice Australia S06 E16 Season 6 Final
09:10 pm Matt Wright’s Wild Territory S01 E09
10:10 pm Nine News Late
10:40 pm Law & Order: Organized Crime S02 E09
11:30 pm Game of Silence Series Premiere

Wednesday 22 June
07:30 pm Travel Guides Rpt
08:30 pm Movie: Bad Moms (2017)

Sydney, Brisbane
10:15 pm Nine News Late
10:45 pm Chicago Med Rpt
11:40 pm Dr Christian Jessen Will See You Now Rpt

Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth
10:15 pm Footy Classified
11:10 pm Nine News Late
11:40 pm Chicago Med Rpt

Thursday 23 June
Sydney, Brisbane
07:30 pm Under 19s State Of Origin NSW V QLD
10:00 pm Nine News Late
10:30 pm The Equalizer S02 E08
11:30 pm Cold Case: New Leads Wanted Rpt

Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth
07:30 pm RBT Rpt
08:30 pm Paramedics Rpt
09:30 pm New Amsterdam S04 E06 Mel E07 Ade, Per
10:30 pm Nine News Late
11:00 pm The Equalizer S02 E08
11:50 pm Cold Case: New Leads Wanted Rpt

Friday 24 June
Sydney, Brisbane
07:30 pm Women’s State Of Origin NSW Women v QLD Maroons
09:45 pm State Of Origin Post Match
10:00 pm Movie: The Manchurian Candidate (2004)

Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth
07:30 pm Children’s Hospital S01 E02
08:30 pm Movie: Yesterday (2019)
10:45 pm Movie: Eight Days a Week-The Touring Years (2016)

Saturday 25 June
07:00 pm A Current Affair

Sydney, Brisbane
07:30 pm The NRL Pacific Tests PNG v Fiji
10:00 pm Movie: Collateral (2004)
12:20 am Labour of Love Rpt

Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth
07:30 pm Movie: Robin Hood (2010)
10:10 pm Movie: Conan The Barbarian (2011)
12:10 am Labour of Love Rpt

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This is part 2 of the crossover with Law & Order: SVU (part 1 was shown on 10 in January this year).

This is an 8-part observation series filmed at Perth Children’s Hospital and Fiona Stanley Hospital during 2021, and produced by Prospero Productions.

A heart-warming and inspiring 8 x hour documentary series following the staff and patients at the world’s most remote children’s hospital.

I found this flyer on the net tonight.

EDIT 2: Nine’s promo

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Week commencing 26 June 2022


Sunday 26 June
Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane
07:00 pm State Of Origin: Game 2
09:50 pm State of Origin Post-Match
10:50 pm Nine News Late
11:20 pm The First 48 Rpt
12:15 pm Accident, Suicide Or Murder? S01 E04

Adelaide
07:00 pm State Of Origin: Game 2
09:20 pm State of Origin Post-Match
10:20 pm Nine News Late
10:50 pm The First 48 Rpt
11:45 pm Accident, Suicide Or Murder? S01 E04

Perth
05:00 pm Nine News
05:30 pm State Of Origin: Game 2
07:50 pm State of Origin Post-Match
08:50 pm TBA
10:50 pm Nine News Late
11:20 pm The First 48 Rpt
12:15 pm Accident, Suicide Or Murder? S01 E04

Monday 27 June
07:30 pm Australian Ninja Warrior Season 6 Premiere
09:40 pm Wimbledon: Day 1
12:00 am Wimbledon Late: Day 1
05:00 am Nine News Early Edition

Tuesday 28 June
07:30 pm Australian Ninja Warrior S06 E02
09:30 pm Matt Wright’s Wild Territory S01 E10
10:30 pm Nine News Late
11:00 pm Law & Order: Organized Crime S02 E10
11:50 pm Game of Silence S01 E02

Wednesday 29 June
07:30 pm Australian Ninja Warrior S06 E03
09:30 pm Travel Guides Rpt

Sydney, Brisbane
10:30 pm Nine News Late
11:00 pm Chicago Med Rpt
11:50 pm Dr Christian Jessen Will See You Now Rpt

Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth
10:30 pm Footy Classified
11:25 pm Nine News Late
11:50 pm Chicago Med Rpt

Thursday 30 June
Sydney, Brisbane
07:30 pm NRL Thursday Night Footy Sea Eagles v Storm
09:50 pm Thursday Night Knock Off
10:35 pm Nine News Late
11:05 pm The Equalizer S02 E09
12:00 am Cold Case: New Leads Wanted Rpt

Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth
07:30 pm RBT Rpt
08:30 pm Paramedics Rpt
09:30 pm New Amsterdam S04 E07 Mel E08 Ade, Per
10:30 pm The Equalizer S02 E08
11:20 pm Nine News Late
11:50 pm Cold Case: New Leads Wanted Rpt

Friday 1 July
Sydney, Brisbane
07:30 pm NRL Friday Night Footy Panthers v Roosters
09:55 pm Golden Point
10:35 pm Movie: The Manchurian Candidate (2004)

Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth
07:30 pm Children’s Hospital S01 E03
08:30 pm Movie: Bridesmaids (2011)
10:55 pm Movie: Blockers (2018)

Saturday 2 July
07:00 pm A Current Affair

Sydney, Brisbane
07:30 pm Wallabies V England
10:00 pm Wallabies V England Post Match
10:30 pm Movie: Inferno (2016)

Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth
07:30 pm TBA
10:00 pm TBA

:mega: Note: When commenting on schedules please don’t quote large sections of the post.

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Sports lovers should be happy with Nine for next week - with the State of Origin on Sunday, Wimbledon starting on Monday, NRL from Thursday, and the Rugby Union (Wallabies v England) on Saturday.

Ninja Warrior Aus starts on Monday. Following that is Wimbledon tennis (Day 1) on the main channel. Then Wimbledon will go to 9Gem from Day 2 (Tuesday).

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Looks like a big week of sport on Nine.
Next Sunday will be the State of Origin at Optus Stadium. Good that Perth viewers will enjoy the game on the primary channel in HD. WA viewers had the State of Origin on the primary channel in the past 6 years and they should be great.
But the Wallabies v England match will be played at Optus Stadium. Even though it is slated at 5:30pm (WA Time), it has a 100% chance of shown on 9HD in Perth. What might happen to NIne News and ACA in Perth on 2 July?

I guess this means NRL in SD on 9Go! for VIC/SA/WA?

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Who in their right mind would sit through 2 hours of Ninja every night? Not even Ninja superfans would be able to stomach so much padding, fluff, and the OTT focus on all the returnees.

Nine are just so lazy to program anything decent post 8.30 so they just go and ruin their hit shows.

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Wonderful to see some new innovative programs at Nine :roll_eyes:

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More info on Children’s Hospital that premiered Friday

Enter the world of two remarkable world-class hospitals and follow their dedicated healthcare teams working with sick and injured children when Children’s Hospital premieres Friday, June 17, at 7.30pm on Channel 9 and 9Now.

This new eight-part series shines a light on the amazing front-line workers at Perth Children’s Hospital and Fiona Stanley Hospital – two of the busiest in the west – as they care for children from all corners of the vast state of Western Australia.

Many of the children arrive through the doors of their emergency departments for urgent, life- saving treatment. Others are flown thousands of kilometres for operations that will change their lives.

The multi-disciplinary specialist teams at both hospitals must deal with every emergency imaginable, from a bead stuck up a nose to a life-threatening brain tumour. Each unpredictable day brings a new set of dramas.

Executive Producer Julia Redwood says the heartwarming and uplifting series will give viewers a glimpse into the tireless work of the two hospitals and the staff of the St John Ambulance service.

“The doctors and nurses are truly inspirational, but so are the kids. They show just how amazing children can be when faced with tough times – not only are they resolute but often incredibly funny,” Redwood said.

The premiere episode follows four cases. Louelle, a young girl, who has fallen through a roof while helping her dad clean the gutters. Six-year-old Harper, whose dizzy spell at school turns out to be caused by a golfball-sized brain tumour. Four-year-old Zavier, who requires emergency treatment after a fall and finds himself at the same hospital as his mother, who is about to give birth. And three-year-old Mia, who has pushed a bead up her nose and is reluctant to have it removed.

Join these kids and their families on their roller coaster journey through the emergency department, and meet the inspirational doctors, nurses and healthcare workers who go above and beyond to treat and care for every one of them.

Children’s Hospital is made by Prospero Productions for the 9Network, with principal production funding from Screenwest and Lotterywest.

Sydney Friday, June 17, at 7.30pm on 9Gem and 9Now
Brisbane Friday, June 17, at 7.30pm on 9Gem and 9Now
Darwin Friday, June 17, at 7.30pm on 9Gem and 9Now
Adelaide Friday, June 17, at 7.30pm on Channel 9 and 9Now
Melbourne Friday, June 17, at 7.30pm on Channel 9 and 9Now
Perth Friday, June 17, at 7.30pm on Channel 9 and 9Now

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Update
Tuesday 28 June
09:30 pm Wimbledon: Day 2
12:00 am Wimbledon Late: Day 2

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3 hours of repeats on Nine tonight. Pretty poor programming to not have at least something new at 7.30pm.

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The fact that they keep using Travel Guides repeats to fill their Wednesday blanks is very telling. They air it whenever they don’t have something for Wednesday or when they see fit. Sooner or later that show’s popularity and ratings will dive thanks to Nine treating it with contempt.

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