Reserve the couch, grab the remote and get ready, there’s some great viewing coming your way. Check out our highlights …
My Kitchen Rules
Home-made MKR is back with hosts Pete Evans and Manu Feildel ready to serve up the drama. Fans will feast on more instant restaurant rounds than ever before.
How to Get Away with Murder
Annalise Keating, a tough criminal law professor teaches “How to Get Away with Murder” at University. She challenges her students to solve some of the difficult criminal cases that her law firm takes on. But four students go too far getting involved in their own murder mystery cover up.
Australia: The Story of Us
Australia: The Story of Us is a narrative about the people, places and events that have shaped the continent from the first inhabitants to the present day. Catch the amazing CGI and cinematic sequences.
Gallipoli: The Power of Ten
To commemorate the 100th anniversary of Gallipoli, and presented by Ben Roberts-Smith VC, Sunday night screens the stories of the ten ANZACs who received our highest military honour, the Victoria Cross. Includes amazing stories like the cricketer who used his skills with the ball to catch live bombs for 50 hours straight.
Following the success of The Killing Field comes Winter, based on the Rebecca Gibney character, Detective Sergeant Eve Winter. Peter O’Brien reprises his role as Detective Inspector Lachlan McKenzie, as together, they must solve the murder of a young mother at a beautiful fishing town.
State of Affairs
Katherine Heigl (Grey’s Anatomy) is CIA analyst, Charleston Tucker, the President’s right-hand woman. Charleston has a close relationship with President as she was once engaged to her son before a terrorist attack took his life. She is all about her job and trying to get to the bottom of her fiancé’s murder.
Gallipoli tells the story of 17-year-old Thomas “Tolly” Johnson (Kodi Smit-McPhee) who lies about his age to join his brother Bevan in the Great War. On April 25, 1915, Anzac troops go into battle on the Gallipoli peninsula. Tolly, Bevan and their mates are thrust into the eight-month campaign that forged the Anzac legend. Also starring Harry Greenwood, Lachy Hulme, Lincoln Lewis, Grant Bowler and James Stewart.
House of Hancock
Set primarily in the period 1980-2002, House of Hancock tells the epic true story of the Hancock dynasty and the love triangle that emerged between the father Lang (Sam Neill), his daughter Gina (Mandy McElhinney) and his Filipina housekeeper Rose (Peta Sergeant).
The Block is back with not one but two series. Nine couples — a mix of newbies and returning contestants — will take on a staggering TV renovation challenge. After four eliminations we’ll be left with one familiar Block couple, up against the combined strength of three new couples, all in a quest to walk away with the grand prize.
The Experiment: Married At First Sight
Three of Australia’s leading relationship experts match-make eight singles into four married couples. This social experiment explores the science of love with each bride and groom meeting for the very first time on their wedding day.
The Amazing 90s
This series covers all the big events and personalities of the decade from Australia and overseas in TV, movies, music, pop culture, sport and politics. The death of Diana, the Thredbo disaster, the Monica Lewinsky scandal, the Port Arthur massacre and the hit comedy movie The Castle – just some of the notable defining moments.
Look out for returning favourites – The Voice, Love Child and House Husbands. Plus the QRL Intrust Super Cup match of the round each week, local matches live every Sunday.
I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here!
Hosted by Julia Morris and Chris Brown, I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! will take 10 big-name celebrities and drop them in the middle of the South African jungle.
Hosted by Sarah Harris, the series will feature crazy, practical and hilarious products and ideas presented to multi-millionaire “sharks”. If the sharks like the idea, they will invest their own money to bring it to market.
Australians love watching television. Now they can watch other Australians who love watching television thanks to Gogglebox, a unique, funny and often moving series.
CSI: Cyber stars Emmy Award-winner Patricia Arquette (Medium) as the head of Cyber Crime Division of the FBI, a unit that solves crimes that start in the mind, live online, and play out in the real world.
The Odd Couple
The classic Neil Simon sitcom The Odd Couple returns with Matthew Perry as messy sports writer Oscar Madison, who takes in his friend—neat-freak photographer Felix Unger (Thomas Lennon) — after his wife kicks him out.
From the Clipsal 500 Adelaide in February to the Sydney 500 in December, enjoy the six biggest V8 Supercars events, live and free. All other V8 Supercars races will feature in highlights programs. Host Matt White is joined by Mark Webber, Alan Jones, Greg Rust and Daryl Beattie.
The Secret River
Based on Kate Grenville’s bestselling novel, the two-part series, The Secret River tells the tale of William and Sal Thornhill, early convict colonists in NSW. William is compelled by desperation and love for family to participate in a crime of inhuman savagery. Starring Oliver Jackson-Cohen (Mr Selfridge) as and Sarah Snook (Sisters of War).
In order to survive, Lincoln Swift (James Stewart) must take his family into witness protection and give evidence against his former employer, crime boss Nils Vandenberg (Marcus Graham) in this eight-part series. Also featuring Stephen Curry, Nathan Page, Jodi Gordon, Kim Gyngell and Jacqueline McKenzie.
As our third longest-serving prime minister, Andrew Dugdale (Shaun Micallef) dined with presidents and kings, co-hosted world summits and changed the lives of millions of Australians. But since his publicly-mandated retirement, he has too much time on his hands and no one to waste it on.
Blood and Thunder
Two immigrant clans — the Alberts from Switzerland and the Youngs from Scotland — created a musical partnership that forged the success of The Easybeats, AC/DC, Rose Tattoo, The Angels, The Allstars and many more. A story tinged with tragedy and triumph.
Centenary of Gallipoli
To mark the Centenary of Gallipoli, ABC News will present a full week of live broadcasting from the region. Additional key documentaries includes: The Waler: Australia’s Great Warhorse; Lest We Forget, What?; The Waves of ANZAC Cove starring Sam Neill and Vietnam ANZACS.
From the producers of Rake and Jack Irish, Alex Dimitriades and Aden Young lead star in The Principal, a four-part drama as the Principal, tries to save one of Australia’s most challenging multicultural schools from extinction.
This three-part series is about a hidden multicultural institution, the Kebab shop. From behind the spits and skewers of meat, these workers have a unique front row seat on multicultural Australian life.
Richard Hammond’s Wildest Weather
A new three-part series that will see Richard set up enormous weather experiments and using a whole barrage of innovative technology, revealing the hidden world of weather in stunning detail.
Rectify and Fargo
Both returning for their second series – Rectify stars acclaimed Australian actors Aden Young (I, Frankenstein) and Adelaide Clemens (The Great Gatsby) and Fargo season 2 will go back in time to focus on the experiences of a young Lou Solverson (the father of Molly).
Paul McDermott hosts this new 10-part comedy series inviting celebrities to offload their pet hates and consign them to oblivion in Room 101.Guests include: HG Nelson, Julia Morris, Dave Hughes and Vince Colossimo.