The 10 network has outlined their programming slate for 2021 with a programming line-up that features plenty of returning favourites and three new shows.
Julia Morris and Dr Chris Brown will enjoy the shortest flight of their Network 10 careers as they journey deep into the heart of the Australian bush for the seventh season of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!.
Racing alongside will be The Amazing Race Australia, a show whose name in 2021 is now more literal than anyone could have imagined. That’s right, the show is staying home to proudly present Australia at its most amazing.
Filming for The Amazing Race Australia recently commenced in Queensland.
MasterChef Australia will return after Easter with judges Melissa Leong, Jock Zonfrillo and Andy Allen will be overseeing more magic in the MasterChef Australia kitchen just after Easter, when the granddaddy of cooking shows returns to its roots with a season themed “Ordinary People, Extraordinary Food”.
No mention from 10 at this stage regarding the possibility of a rumoured celebrity version of Masterchef in 2021.
New titles on 10 in 2021 include an Australian version of the Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman reality craft building format, Making It Australia. This light-hearted crafting series features a diverse range of talented ‘makers’ showcasing their artistic skills.
In 2021, the network will also be helping some lonely dogs find their fur-ever home when The Dog House Australia premieres on 10.
Set inside a rescue shelter, this “heart-warming” new show will set out to find the perfect match for canines looking for their fur-ever families.
And a interesting new Australian show called The First Inventors, will launchin 2021. The series is a co-commission currently in development with National Indigenous Television (NITV), and will take viewers on a journey back through time – somewhere between 70,000 and 120,000 years ago – to a community in the midst of developing sophisticated stone tools, art, agriculture, irrigation and much more.
In this incredible story of knowledge, resilience and invention, presenter Rob Collins will meet and collaborate with First Nations authorities whose frontline fieldwork is giving us an exciting new insight into ancient Indigenous innovations and discoveries.
10 has confirmed Australian Survivor will return in 2021 with host Jonathan LaPaglia, the network is yet to confirm when or where filming is likely to commence. Production was unable to occur this year due to COVID travel restrictions.
The Bachelor and The Bachelorette Australia is returning, but no mention of Bachelor In Paradise with that format likely to be “rested” due to low ratings.
Kat Stewart, Stephen Peacocke, Doris Younane, Katie Robertson and Roy Joseph are back as a surrogate family of lovable misfits in the second season of the breakout Aussie drama hit, Five Bedrooms. The series was filmed earlier this year during Melbourne’s COVID lockdown
And the Butler family will return for a third season of the Pete Hellier and Lisa McClune comedy series How To Stay Married.
Meanwhile, the whackiest and wildest show on TV – The Masked Singer Australia – returns for a new series of spectacle and speculation.
The Fab Four – Amanda Keller, Chris Brown, Barry Du Bois and Miguel Maestre – return for a fresh new season of The Living Room.
And don’t forget our favourite friends on the couch with Gogglebox Australia
Dave Hughes will be tackling more of life’s biggest, smallest and most awkward issues with a brand spanking new season of Hughesy, We Have A Problem.
And after celebrating its 200th episode this year, Have You Been Paying Attention? returns in 2021 for its ninth season with quizmaster Tom Gleisner and series regulars Sam Pang and Ed Kavalee.
The heroes of Bondi Beach are back for more Bondi Rescue in 2021, while Territory Cops will take us back to the Top End.
The Project enters its 12th year in 2021 and will continue to provide Australians with their dose of news delivered differently, six nights a week.
10 News First will present the biggest and most comprehensive coverage of local, national and international news stories while Studio 10 is back weekday mornings with its unpredictable mix of fun and energy.
After a year without racing at the famous Albert Park circuit, the Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix will be back in 2021 with all its thrills and spills.
The high stakes and even higher speeds of the MotoGP World Championship will return and 10 will again be home to all the glamour of the Melbourne Cup Carnival.
International content includes new seasons from Jamie Oliver, Ambulance UK, The Dog House, Toddlers Behaving (Very) Badly, The Royals Revealed, The Savoy, NCIS, Bull, FBI: Most Wanted and The Graham Norton Show as well as the 2021 Grammy Awards.
And proving good things really do come to those who wait The Gilded Age will finally premiere in 2021. This eagerly anticipated drama from Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes is set in 19th century New York and boasts a stellar cast including Christine Baranski and Cynthia Nixon.
- Making It Australia*
- The Dog House Australia*
- The First Inventors*
- 10 News First*
- 2021 Grammy Awards
- Ambulance Australia*
- Ambulance UK
- Australian Survivor*
- Bondi Rescue*
- FBI: Most Wanted
- Five Bedrooms*
- Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix*
- Gogglebox Australia*
- Have You Been Paying Attention?*
- How To Stay Married*
- Hughesy, We Have A Problem*
- I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!*
- Jamie Oliver
- MasterChef Australia*
- Melbourne Cup Carnival*
- MotoGP World Championship*
- Studio 10*
- Territory Cops*
- The Amazing Race Australia*
- The Bachelor*
- The Bachelorette*
- The Dog House UK
- The Gilded Age
- The Graham Norton Show
- The Living Room*
- The Masked Singer Australia*
- The Project*
- The Royals Revealed
- The Savoy
- Todd Sampson’s Body Hack*
- Toddlers Behaving (Very) Badly