I genuinely would love to see what other would do with ten’s schedule (albeit in the appropriate thread). I just don’t think they could have done much in such short notice between November-January when they already had planned what they had to air.
Week commencing 6 January 2019
Sunday 6 January
06:00 pm David Attenborough’s Natural Curiosities Rpt
06:30 pm The Sunday Project Series Return
07:30 pm The Graham Norton Show S24 Ep12 Guests: Emily Blunt, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Emily Mortimer and Ben Wishaw
08:30 pm Movie: The Girl On The Train (2016)
10:45 pm NCIS Rpt
Monday 7 January
07:30 pm Ambulance Australia Rpt
08:30 pm Movie: Muriel’s Wedding (1994)
10:30 pm How to Stay Married Rpt
Tuesday 8 January
07:30 pm Ambulance Australia Rpt
08:30 pm NCIS: Los Angeles x 3 Rpt
Wednesday 9 January
07:30 pm Jamie and The Nonnas S1 Ep08 Series Final
08:30 pm Law And Order: SVU S20 Ep08
09:30 pm Law And Order: SVU Rpt
10:30 pm Hawaii Five-O Rpt
Thursday 10 January
07:30 pm Territory Cops x 2
08:30 pm Movie: Red (2013)
10:50 pm Blue Bloods S9 Ep09
11:50 pm Blue Bloods Rpt
Friday 11 January
07:30 pm The Living Room Rpt
08:30 pm The Graham Norton Show x 2 Rpt
10:30 pm Arj Barker: Get In My Head Rpt
Saturday 12 January
06:00 pm The Nut Job (2014)
07:45 pm Kung Fu Panda 2 (2011)
09:45 pm NCIS: New Orleans x 2 Rpt
11:45 pm Elementary Rpt
Girl on the Train FTA premiere, enjoyed this eerie thriller at the cinemas a couple of years back.
Muriel’s Wedding (network premiere?) Nine won’t be too happy.
The Conners moving to 10 Peach?
What’s Nine got to do with it? If Nine let titles go then they will know that they’re most likely going to pop up somewhere else. Just like how Nine will pick up titles that have been on other networks. It’s business. They won’t care especially that Ten is using it as summer filler.
where would it go when Two and a Half Men takes up the 7pm to 8.30 time slot Monday to Thursday
Last night, Ten’s main channel was beaten by its own multichannel, 10 Bold!
Is that the first time it’s ever happened? TV history may have been made last night!
Ten’s main channel share has been so low lately you wonder why they persist with the current management. Beaten by cable channels as well some nights.
That would be right. In the past, we have seen Ten’s main channel being beaten by a multichannel from a rival commercial network from time to time, but never, until last night, has it been beaten by one of its very own.
I was one of the 13 people in Australia watching “Sex and the City” movie last night on Ch 10, I’m also ashamed to admit
why should you be ashamed to admit it. If you like it that’s your decision.
Firstly, was it the first one or the second one?
Secondly, I’m not sure how they came to the decision to make one let alone two!
It was the 2nd one.
Have to admit even as a gay man I have never seen the attraction to Sex and the City. Friends of mine would shoot me for saying that.
Same here, don’t like it at all.
…And you complain about their programming…
I think the series proper is great (not many other comparable series that have such strong character development and the quality never really dipped through its entire run) , though it’s starting to age pretty badly.
The movies are horrendous and were very obvious money making exercises.
When will 10 ever seriously challenge the other networks?
Even having had so many of the huge hits over the last few decades, they’ve never been able to capitalise… I’m thinking Perfect Match and Neigbours in their hey day, Australian Idol, Big Brother, Masterchef… they just can’t seem to get any traction across their full schedules…
They will never again challenge the other networks but surely they can do better than sub 10% shares.
Although I agree that Ten are unlikely to rate much better than 3rd in the foreseeable future, it’d be really disappointing if they could never again challenge Seven and/or Nine in the ratings.