Seven Returns My Kitchen Rules Grey’s Sets Winter Premiere

Channel Seven has now locked in all it’s key timeslots for next week.

Reality cooking show My Kitchen Rules will screen 3 nights a weeks at 7:30 PM from Monday-Wednesday with 90 minute episodes.

In the new season, Manu Feildel and Pete Evans return to host and judge the ultimate home-cooking battle! But this time around, a twist that will change the rules and raise the stakes! Tonight QLD’s Jac and Shaz are cooking the first meal for the series. Will these mums from the country be able to wow their competitors and our judges? Or will the pressure take its toll?

 

Following MKR on Tuesday will be the season 11 return of Grey’s Anatomy. Seven will begin the series with a double episode.

I Must Have Lost It On The Wind / Puzzle With A Piece

With Cristina gone, a new doctor is making the rounds while, Derek and Meredith struggle to compromise about Washington. Meanwhile, Callie and Arizona come to a decision about surrogacy, Amelia overhears a big secret and Bailey realizes she will have to fight Alex for Cristina’s board seat

9 PM Tuesday on Seven.

New Australian Drama  Winter will screen 9 PM Wednesdays.

After the success of 2014’s TV movie The Killing Field, Rebecca Gibney returns to the screen as Detective Sergeant Eve Winter Peter O’Brien will also  reprise his role as Detective Inspector Lachlan Mackenzie.

Together, they must solve the chilling murder of young 23-year old mother Karly at a hauntingly beautiful fishing town south of Sydney. On the same night a troubled young girl Indiana (Sara Hope) is hit by a car in Kings Cross.

The cast also includes  Matt Nable, Antonia Prebble, Akos Armont and is probably one of the most intriguing dramas of the year.