Seven has confirmed some of it’s Summer programing and while it’s all good stuff there are still some shows sitting on the shelf.
New episodes of Home And Away continue into Summer ahead of the worldwide premiere of special event ‘An Eye for an Eye’ on Presto on Wednesday, December 9.
First-run episodes of The Chase Australia, Sunday Night, Aussie Barbecue Heroes, Blindspot, The Blacklist, Quantico, Grey’s Anatomy, Heroes Reborn, The Player, Grimm, The Amazing Race, Chicago Fire, Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares And Mighty Cruise Ships will also continue into December.
Additionally, new seasons Of Air Rescue, Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. And The Goldbergs will premiere next month alongside new episodes Of What Really Happens In Thailand, Dynamo: Magician Impossible And Motorway Patrol.
The first of the big events to hit the spotlight is the nation’s premiere celebration of Australian film and television, the 5th annual AACTA Awards , on Wednesday, December 9 at 8.30pm.
Then, celebrate Christmas with some of Australia’s best-loved entertainers when Woolworths Carols In The Domain returns Saturday, December 19 at 8.30pm.
Seven Sport’s Summer of Tennis serves up The Hopman Cup (7mate) and the Brisbane International (7TWO) from January 3, the Apia International Sydney (7TWO) from January 10 and the Kooyong Classic (7TWO) from January 12. These tournaments lead to the premiere sporting event of the season and the first Grand Slam of 2016 – The Australian Open from Monday, January 18.
While all of that is great fans of Scandal and Once Upon a Time are still witing for their 4th season which aired in the US in September 2014