Don't Play "You have a couple who give over their savings to the experts," explains Hamish Turner, Nine's head of programming. Karl Stefanovic and Lisa Wilkinson have co-hosted Today since Nine Advertisement Here Come the Habibs: Following a wave of pre-emptive outrage, this comedy did well for Nine in — but ratings have since softened.
This true crime series struggled to stay above the half-million viewer mark. After four seasons, it could be the end for Love Child, set in a Kings Cross hospital in the s and '70s. There is some hope for this local drama — Nine is working on scripts and funding arrangements with producers.
But no guarantees of a sixth season just yet. Australian Ninja Warrior was a ratings smash. Supplied Australian Ninja Warriors: The ratings smash of — involving "the toughest obstacle course in the world" — will feature more episodes next year.
And maybe even a winner. But you have to get to the top of Mount Midoriyama. That's what Australian Ninja Warrior is about.
A few years ago, viewers started to switch off — overwhelmed by the never-ending spin-offs. But Nine's decision to air just one season per year, starting in , has paid off handsomely.
Of any show on Nine, you'd have to say The Block is emblematic of the brand. Back for a fifth season. Twenty singles will be paired off into ten couples, then try to make things work. A fourth coach is yet to be announced. Australia's funniest duo interview ordinary Aussies about their most extraordinary experience — then rope in the famous mates to re-enact them. This Time Next Year: Naturally, Nine wanted to see if the series rated well before renewing it. Now, a second season is underway.
Given filming occurs over more than 12 months, its unlikely to debut until late next year. This Aussie drama, starring Rodger Corser, returns for a third season.
After notching up more than a decade on-air together — and having steadily grown their audience — Karl Stefanovic and Lisa Wilkinson have signed on for another year. Nine has also locked in three big awards ceremonies: A ratings smash in the UK, Nine hopes its adaptation of this reality show will deliver big numbers locally.
Airing across multiple weeknights, it tracks "sexy young Aussie singles" looking for love on a Spanish island. Not only must they find a partner; they must convince viewers their love is real. Despite the high cost and lavish production values, Nine will screen this on its 9Go digital channel and 9Now on-demand website. I don't think we've ever seen a multi-million dollar show stripped [across different nights of the week] for a multi-channel before.
It's a youth-skewing show, essentially 16 to We felt if we wanted to run it on Nine, we'd have to move away from that younger audience. Talkin' 'Bout Your Generation: A viewer favourite upon its Channel Ten debut , this family quiz show returns with Shaun Micallef at the helm — and three new team captains. International Student heads Generation Z. Yes, this youngest age group has come of age, bumping Baby Boomers out of the program. Underbelly Files — Chopper: Originally slated for this year, it's only recently started production and will debut in The two-part miniseries promises a fresh look at late underworld figure Mark "Chopper" Read.
It's a story I wasn't aware of. I think it will surprise everyone. This new Aussie thriller stars two detectives who survive a shark attack, then join forces to hunt down a serial killer who is stalking them.
Singles search for love — but rely on family and friends to find their perfect match. Taking inspiration from Tinder, each group "swipes" through prospective suitors.
This factual series is filmed in Darwin, the only place in Australia where driving tests must be recorded. Eat Well for Less: Instead, this two-part series reveals common nutritional traps, while showing how to eat healthily on a budget. Loading Family Food Fight: Six Aussie families compete to see whose cooking is best, via a series of challenges.