The Nine Network has gone big this morning, unveiling its fresh range of programs hitting the telly this year.
With the aim of boosting its home grown content, the network has committed to bringing Aussie audiences a raft of domestic programming that hits closer to home for viewers.
Nine director of television Michael Healy said, “Today’s announcement reinforces our promise to bring viewers more local content with stories that reflect and depict their lives and the world they live in.”
Check out the range of new shows coming soon:
One holiday, six households, countless opinions. A loveable bunch of travellers offer a surprising take on some of the most popular holiday destinations in Australia and around the world, with a different holiday each episode.
Every week two deserving Aussie families who are doing it tough will be in for the surprise of their lives, with a chance to nab more than $1 million in this new series.
Led by an expert host, Sex Ed will offer a revealing insight into contemporary attitudes to sex in Australia.
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Nine’s comedy countdown is back with a fresh look and new hosts.
The country’s most exciting new double act will romp around extraordinary Australian homes and meet the fascinating people who live in them.
Healy also confirmed the network’s lineup for the second quarter of 2016.
“Our upcoming schedule set to commence after Easter is brimming with arguably the strongest second-quarter slate we have ever broadcast,” he said.
These programs include:
- The Voice
- You’re Back In The Room
- Reno Rumble
- Married At First Sight
- Love Child
- The AFL And NRL Footy Shows
- The Hunt
- 58th TV Week Logie Awards
- The Verdict