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This is a list of Australian television events and premieres which occurred in 2009. The year 2009 is the 54th year of continuous operation of television in Australia. It also marks the introduction of digital multichannels for the three commercial television networks (the Seven Network, the Nine Network and Network Ten), which were each able to launch an alternate standard-definition digital channel, separate from their primary channels, from 1 January. Network Ten launched their channel, One, on 26 March, whilst the Nine Network launched GO! on 9 August,[1] and the Seven Network launched 7Two on 1 November.

Events[edit]

  • 10 JanuaryPeter Overton takes over as the anchorman of Sydney's 6 pm Nine News on weeknights after Mark Ferguson is suspended indefinitely after poor ratings, losing to Seven News.
  • 31 January - After being pulled by the Nine Network in 2008, McLeod's Daughters airs its final episode to a total viewership of 576,000.
  • 7–14 February – All three commercial networks in Australia take major expensive news coverage of the 2009 Victorian Bushfires, in which 181 people lost their lives, including former Nine newsreader Brian Naylor and actor Reg Evans.
  • 9 February – The premiere of Underbelly: A Tale of Two Cities sets the ratings record of the highest-rating Australian television series launch since the introduction of the OzTAM people meter system in 2001.[2][3] The launch attracted 2.58 million viewers,[2][3] and is also the highest rating non-sporting program in television history.[2]
  • 26 MarchOne HD launches.
  • 19 April – After a mini-term absence, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? returns to Nine with the newly launched title Hot Seat which launches in its 5.30pm. A few years later, Hot Seat overtook Deal Or No Deal's lead-in the 5.30pm quiz-show battle in the lead-in to the 6pm news with Nine News both winning Sydney and Melbourne respectively.
  • 26 AprilTalia Fowler wins the second season of So You Think You Can Dance Australia.[4]
  • 3 MayRebecca Gibney wins the Gold Logie Award for the Most Popular Personality on Australian Television at the 2009 Logie Awards.[5][6]
  • 10 May – After protest in very bad ratings, Australian Idol decides to cancel its Monday Night Live Verdict show. The Show becomes a Sunday Night staple. Later in the year the show has landed up a whole year of poor ratings. The year ended when 19 yr old Stan Walker taking the title as the final series winner with Sony Music Australia defeating Hayley Warner. Idol was axed in January the following year.
  • 12 May – The ABC receives an extra $136.4 million over three years from the 2009 federal budget to develop an advertising-free digital children's channel (ABC3),[7] and increase its production of local drama to 90 hours a year,[7] a similar level to the amount required by the commercial networks.[7] The budget also allocated SBS an extra $20 million over the same period to produce up tp 50 hours of new Australian content each year.[7] This figure is significantly below the extra $70 million SBS were seeking per year.[7]
  • 13 May – Former rugby league football player and The NRL Footy Show presenter, Matthew Johns, is suspended indefinitely from the program by the Nine Network following reports of his involvement in a group sex act with other Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks players in 2002.[8] The incident was first reported on ABC1's current affairs program, Four Corners, on 11 May 2009.[8]
  • 18 May – It is revealed that Ajay Rochester will no longer be host of Channel Ten's The Biggest Loser, a position she has held since the series began in 2006, due to her desire to pursue new interests.[9] Alison Braun, the runner-up of the show's third season, is believed to be one of the front-runners to be the new host.[9]
  • 3 June – A skit involving terminally ill children and the fictional 'Make a Realistic Wish Foundation' (a parody of the Make-a-Wish Foundation) causes public outrage after airing on an episode of The Chaser's War on Everything on ABC1. The skit involved The Chaser members Chris Taylor (as the foundation spokesperson) and Andrew Hansen (as a doctor). The premise of the skit was that if the terminally ill children are only going to live for a few more months before dying, it is not worth spending money on lavish gifts for them. It portrayed the children asking for extravagant items such as a trip to Disneyland and the chance to meet Zac Efron, with Taylor and Hansen instead giving them a pencil case and a stick respectively. The skit concluded with Taylor stating "Why go to any trouble, when they're only gonna die anyway". Following public criticism of the skit, both The Chaser and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation issued statements of apology. The ABC subsequently suspended the series for two weeks following the controversy. The series will return on 24 June.
  • 8 JuneGordon Ramsay called Tracy Grimshaw 'a pig' in an interview for A Current Affair. Also on 8 June, Barry Soraghan becomes the first person to miss the final question on Millionaire Hot Seat.
  • 10 June – The Nine Network announces the third series of Underbelly will be titled Underbelly: The Golden Mile,[10] and will focus on Kings Cross in Sydney, beginning in 1989,[10] and also include the Wood Royal Commission into police corruption.[10]
  • 20 June – After getting into big trouble about scrapping the rights to Warner Bros., the Nine Network proposed new channel becomes a light-entertainment channel for younger people, dropping Light Entertainment, Retro, Variety and Lifestyle from taking part (didn't use until GEM launched the following year). GO! was officially launched 9 August to become "Australia No. 1 digital channel".
  • 26 June - Nine News takes major expensive coverage about the death of Michael Jackson.
  • 19 July – 38 year old mother of three, Julie Goodwin wins the first series of MasterChef Australia, beating 35 year old artist Poh Ling Yeow, with the Grand Final recorded the ratings over 3 million people tuning in.
  • 25 September – Mark Ferguson is suspended indefinitely from Nine News after signing a long-term contract with the Seven Network.
  • 28 September - Jeff Tarr becomes the second person to miss the final question on Millionaire Hot Seat.
  • 30 September – 2.64 million people tuned into the first Hey Hey It's Saturday reunion special to see the return of Daryl Somers and the gang.
  • 7 October – A "Red Faces" segment in the second of two Hey Hey It's Saturday reunion specials causes international catastrophe when the performers for Act 2 appear in blackface performing a tribute to the music of Michael Jackson. Guest judge Harry Connick, Jr. scores a O for the act while criticizes the segment as offensive and didn't like the music of Michael Jackson. Hours later, Somers apologizes to him on air to say "sorry". During the replay of GO! broadcasts, when Act 1 finished, the show went to a commercial break and came back for Act 3, after Connick's 2nd performance from a number, it went to a final commercial break in time for the grand finale. Hours after the reunion show, Connick Jr. was fired and banned for life.[11]
  • 25 October – Australian Television Legend Don Lane dies of long battle with illness, he was 75.
  • 27 October - After 12 years on air, the multi-awarding winning medical drama All Saints aired its last episode to a total viewership of 1,512,000.
  • 1 November7TWO launches, after failing to soft launch two days earlier.
  • 25 NovemberEamon Sullivan wins Celebrity MasterChef Australia.
  • 26 NovemberEmpire Of The Sun wins Single and Album of the Year at the 2009 ARIA Awards.
  • 3 DecemberABC3 launches.
  • 4 December – Federal Communications Minister Senator Stephen Conroy announces that Community television stations will we will receive $2.6 million in federal funding and the suitable spectrum to enable to begin digital simulcasts.[12]

Deaths[edit]

Name Age Date of death Occupation Ref
Bourne, ErnieErnie Bourne 82 21 January Actor (Adventure Island) [13]
Evans, RegReg Evans 80 7 February Actor in numerous Australian films and TV series [14]
Naylor, BrianBrian Naylor 78 8 February Seven Network and later Nine Network newsreader [15]
Ramsey, PennyPenny Ramsey 61 11 February Actor in numerous Australian films and TV series [16]
Gallacher, FrankFrank Gallacher 65 24 February Actor in numerous Australian films and TV series [17]
Wherrett, PeterPeter Wherrett 72 23 March Host of Torque [18]
Sorell, JohnJohn Sorell 72 10 April Former Nine News Melbourne director (1975–2003) [19][20]
Dickson, RobRob Dickson 45 11 April Documentary filmmaker; winner of Australian Survivor [21]
Asbury, AlbertAlbert Asbury 69 1 May Former ABC News Brisbane journalist and chief of staff (1976–2008) [22][23]
Tingwell, BudBud Tingwell 86 15 May Actor in numerous Australian films and TV series [24][25][26]
Krel, MatthewMatthew Krel 64 20 May SBS Youth Orchestra Conductor [27]
Coleman, RossRoss Coleman 60 27 July Choreographer and dancer on Bandstand and The Don Lane Show [28]
Barrett, RayRay Barrett 82 8 September Actor in numerous Australian films and TV series [29]
Leyland, MikeMike Leyland 68 14 September Co-host Ask the Leyland Brothers [30]
Boyd, GordonGordon Boyd 86 8 October Host of Showcase [31]
Williams, PaulPaul Williams  ? 11 October SBS Football commentator [32]
Lane, DonDon Lane 75 22 October Host of The Don Lane Show [33]
Cruickshank, SuSu Cruickshank 63 8 December Actress in numerous Australian films and TV series [34]

Channels[edit]

New channels[edit]

Defunct channels[edit]

Renamed channels[edit]

Ratings[edit]

Premieres[edit]

Domestic series[edit]

International series[edit]

Telemovies[edit]

Domestic telemovie premieres on Australian television in 2009
Telemovie Network Original airdate(s) Ref
The Eternity Man ABC1 18 January [56][57][58]
The Last Confession of Alexander Pearce ABC1 25 January [59][60]
Chainsaw SBS TV 27 January [61][62]
One of the Lucky Ones SBS TV 3 February [61]
Rogue Nation ABC1 15 March [63][64]
Motorcycle Karma Nat Geo Adventure 2 April [65]
Saved SBS TV 12 April [66][67]
3 Acts of Murder ABC1 14 June [68][69]
A Model Daughter: The Killing of Caroline Byrne Network Ten 4 November [70]
Samson and Delilah ABC1 22 November [71][72]
Dungoona
(formerly titled Wauchope)[73]
MTV 13 December [74][75]
International telemovie premieres on Australian television in 2009
Program Country of origin Network Original airdate(s) Ref
Coming Down the Mountain  United Kingdom ABC2 2 January [76]
Magnificent 7 United Kingdom ABC1 4 January [56][77]
Lusitania: Murder on the Atlantic United Kingdom,
 Germany
ABC1 11 January [78]
The Somme United Kingdom ABC1 18 January [79]
The Trial of Tony Blair United Kingdom ABC1 18 January [56][57]
Fanny Hill United Kingdom ABC1 25 January [60]
The Cheetah Girls: One World  United States Disney Channel 30 January [80]
Gym Teacher: The Movie United States Nickelodeon 21 February [81]
Dadnapped United States Disney Channel 28 February [81]
Spectacular! United States Nickelodeon 16 May [82][83][84]
Network Ten 18 September [85]
Filth: The Mary Whitehouse Story United Kingdom ABC1 31 May [86][87]
Short Stay in Switzerland United Kingdom BBC HD 17 September [88]
Grey Gardens United States Showcase 19 September [89]
The 39 Steps United Kingdom ABC1 18 October [90][91]
Wuthering Heights United Kingdom ABC1 25 October [90][92]
Ben 10: Alien Swarm United States Cartoon Network 28 November [93]
Albert's Memorial United Kingdom ABC1 13 December [94]
Clash of the Santas United Kingdom ABC1 24 December [95][96]
The Man Who Lost His Head United Kingdom,
 New Zealand
ABC1 25 December [95][97][98]
A Room with a View United Kingdom ABC1 Unknown [56]

Miniseries[edit]

Domestic miniseries premieres on Australian television in 2009
Miniseries Network(s) Original airdate(s) Ref
False Witness UK.TV, BBC HD 11, 12 January [99][100]
International miniseries premieres on Australian television in 2009
Miniseries Country of origin Network Original airdate(s) Ref
Messiah V: The Rapture United Kingdom UKTV 15, 22 March [101]
Sunshine United Kingdom UKTV 13, 20, 27 April [102]
House of Saddam United Kingdom Showcase 5, 12, 19, 26 May [103]
Unforgiven United Kingdom UKTV 26 July, 2 and 9 August [104]
Frank Herbert's Children of Dune United States Go! 2, 9 October [105]
Red Dwarf: Back to Earth United Kingdom ABC2 30 November, 7 and 14 December [95]
Oliver Twist United Kingdom ABC1 20, 27 December [95][106]

Documentary specials[edit]

Domestic documentary premieres on Australian television in 2009
Documentary Network(s) Original airdate(s) Ref
Destiny in Alice ABC1 1 January [56][107]
Courting with Justice ABC1 8 January [108]
Nigger Lovers ABC1 15 January [56][109]
The Spirit of Australian Sport: Tennis The History Channel 17 January [110][111][112]
The Safe House SBS TV 20 January [113]
When the Natives Get Restless ABC1 22 January [114]
Glass: A Portrait of Philip in Twelve Parts[a] ABC1 26 January [56][115]
Flour, Sugar and Tea ABC1 29 January [116]
Best Undressed SBS TV 6 February [117][118]
The Man Inside Dame Edna ABC1 12 February [119][120]
River of No Return SBS TV 13 February [121][122]
In Memory of Maia Network Ten 15 February [123]
Tibet: Murder in the Snow SBS TV 19 February [124]
The Stamp of Australia The History Channel 23, 30 March [110][125][126]
Bombora: The Story of Australian Surfing ABC1 26 March, 2 April [127][128]
Artscape: Anatomy ABC1 14 April [129]
Solo ABC1 16 April [127][130]
CMC Rocks the Snowys Country Music Channel 17 April [131]
For Valour The History Channel 25 April [132][133]
Rock + Roll Nerd: The Tim Minchin Story ABC1 30 April [134][135]
Forecast for Disaster: The Weather Behind Black Saturday The Weather Channel 2 May [136][137]
Bomb Harvest Discovery HD 11 May [138]
Trimbole: The Real Underbelly Nine Network 11 May [139]
Something in the Water ABC2 13 May [140]
Friday on My Mind SBS TV 22 May [141]
Ned Kelly Uncovered ABC1 9 July [142][143]
Liberal Rule: The Politics That Changed Australia SBS TV 21 July [144][145][146]
Cassowaries ABC1 26 July [127][147]
Community Cop SBS One 13 September [148]
Skippy: Australia's First Superstar ABC1 17 September [127][149]
Blank Canvas Bio. 3 October [150][151][152]
Dead Famous ABC1 8 October [153]
Whale Patrol ABC1 15 October [127][154]
The Great Escape: The Reckoning ABC1 29 October [155]
Rainforest: The Secret of Life ABC1 1 November [127][156]
Addicted to Money ABC1 5, 12, 19 November [150][157]
Darwin's Brave New World ABC1 8, 15, 22 November [127][158]
Ko Ho Nas (formerly known as Kill or Die)[150] SBS One 9 November [159]
The Tragedy of the Montevideo Maru The History Channel 11 November [160][161][162]
Surviving Mumbai ABC1 26 November [163][164]
World Champion Santa ABC1 24 December [95][165]
Operation Croc Seven Network 27 December [166]
Operation Jumbo ABC1 27 December [95][167]
Pieces of Me ABC1 29 December [168]
Lost Years: A Sea Turtle Odyssey
(formerly known as Loggerheads: The Lost Years)[150]
SBS One 28 November 2010 [169]
International documentary premieres on Australian television in 2009
Program Country of origin Network Original airdate(s) Ref
Lunch with Madame Murat  France SBS TV 1 January [107]
The Story of 1  United Kingdom ABC1 1 January [107]
Evolve  United States The History Channel 4 January [110]
Journey to the Edge of the Universe United Kingdom,
United States
National Geographic Channel 4 January [170]
The Lobotomist United States SBS TV 4 January [171]
Nigel Marven's Ugly Animals United Kingdom ABC1 4 January [172]
Gangland Graveyard United States ABC1 5 January [173]
Blood and Guts: A History of Surgery United Kingdom SBS TV 6 January [174]
Everest ER United States ABC1 8 January [108]
Who Killed Stalin? United Kingdom ABC1 8 January [175]
Hubble's Final Frontier United Kingdom National Geographic Channel 10 January [176][177]
Penguins of the Antarctic United Kingdom,
United States
ABC1 11 January [78]
Changing Climates, Changing Times France,  Canada SBS TV 11 January [178]
The House of Windsor: A Royal Dynasty United Kingdom ABC1 12 January [79]
Dreams of Obama United States ABC1 16 January [179][180]
Martian Robots United Kingdom National Geographic Channel 17 January [176][181]
An Eye for an Elephant United Kingdom ABC1 18 January [182]
Made in Chicago: The Making of Barack Obama United States ABC1 19 January [183][184]
Monster of the Milky Way United States National Geographic Channel 24 January [176]
2050: How Soon Is Now?  Spain ABC1 26 January [185]
How to Live to 101 Without Trying United Kingdom SBS TV 27 January [186]
Death of the Universe United States National Geographic Channel 31 January [176][187]
Cherub of the Mist  India ABC1 1 February [188]
Born to be King: Prince Charles at 60 United States ABC1 2 February [189]
1983: The Brink of Apocalypse
(a.k.a. Soviet War Scare 1983)
United States ABC1 2 February [189]
The Girl Who Lives in the Dark United Kingdom SBS TV 10 February [190]
India Reborn Canada,  Germany,
United Kingdom, France
SBS TV 10 February [191]
Wild Caribbean United Kingdom ABC1 15 February [192][193]
Death of a Nation United Kingdom ABC1 16 February [194]
How Does Your Memory Work? United Kingdom SBS TV 17 February [195][196]
Bringing Up Baby United Kingdom ABC1 19 February [197]
The Machine That Made Us United Kingdom SBS TV 20 February [198][199]
A Lady's Guide to Brothels United Kingdom SBS TV 20 February [200]
How Life Began United States The History Channel February [110]
All About Dung United States The History Channel 15 March [201]
The Boyz Are Back in Town United Kingdom ABC2 10 April [202]
Jade Goody United Kingdom Bio. 19 April [203]
13 Kids & Wanting More United Kingdom The LifeStyle Channel 7 May [204]
Ancient Ink United States The History Channel 8 May [103]
In the Womb: Identical Twins United Kingdom National Geographic Channel HD 10 May [138]
Earthquake: Panda Rescue Unknown Animal Planet 12 May [205]
When Borat Came to Town  Netherlands,
 Romania
SBS TV 12 May [206]
Ben Stiller United States Bio. 13 May [103]
China's Last Elephants United Kingdom,
Germany
Animal Planet 17 May [205]
Stanley Kubrick's Boxes United Kingdom ABC2 17 May [207]
Ice Vegas United States National Geographic Channel HD 20 May [138]
The Perfect Vagina United Kingdom SBS One 22 May [208]
Louis Theroux: Law and Disorder in Philadelphia United Kingdom Seven Network 25 May [209]
The Road to Guantanamo United Kingdom SBS TV 26 May [210]
The Journalist and the Jihadi: The Murder of Daniel Pearl United States Crime & Investigation Network 27 May [103]
Kung Fu Inc. Unknown National Geographic Channel HD 27 May [138]
Superstar on Trial: Mexico's Madonna  Mexico Crime & Investigation Network 10 June [211]
The Sci Fi Boys United States Sci-Fi 24 June, 1 July [212]
Gok Wan: Too Fat Too Young United Kingdom The LifeStyle Channel 30 June [213]
The Beckoning Silence United Kingdom The History Channel 16 July [214]
We Are Wizards United States ABC2 22 July [215]
Miracle of the Hudson Plane Crash United States,
United Kingdom
Seven Network 3 August [216]
Josef Fritzl: Story of a Monster United Kingdom Crime & Investigation Network 19 August [217]
Battle at Kruger Park
(a.k.a. Caught on Safari: Battle at Kruger)
United States Seven Network 31 August [218]
Waltz with Bashir  Israel SBS One 1 September [219]
Pedigree Dogs Exposed United Kingdom ABC1 10 September [220]
Inside the Wonders of the Muslim World United States SBS One 11 September [221][222]
The Human Family Tree United States National Geographic Channel 11 October [223]
Theater of War United States ABC2 8 November [224]
Fergie: Duchess on a Mission United Kingdom Nine Network 12 November [225][226]
Addicted to Boob Jobs United Kingdom LifeStyle You 15 November [citation needed]
Britney: Speared by the Paps United Kingdom MTV 15 November [citation needed]
The Magic of Audrey United States ABC2 15 November [95][227][228]
What a Difference a Day Made: Doris Day Superstar Germany ABC2 22 November [95][227][229]
Unlikely Animal Friends Unknown Seven Network 24 November [230]
Louis Theroux: A Place for Pedophiles United Kingdom BBC Knowledge 28 November [231]
Joanna Lumley in the Land of the Northern Lights United Kingdom ABC1 29 November [95][232]
Prince Charles' Other Mistress United Kingdom ABC1 1 December [95][233]
Sex Positive United States SBS One 1 December [234]
I Killed John Lennon United Kingdom Crime & Investigation Network 8 December [235]
Snowdon and Margaret: Inside a Royal Marriage United Kingdom ABC1 8 December [95][236]
Backstairs Billy: The Queen Mum's Butler United Kingdom ABC1 15 December [95][237]
Hitler's Favourite Royal United Kingdom ABC1 22 December [95][238]
The Legends of Santa United Kingdom SBS One 23 December [239]
Final Chance to Save the Orangutans with Joanna Lumley United Kingdom ABC1 26 December [240]
The Queen's Coronation: Behind Palace Doors United Kingdom ABC1 29 December [241]
I Dreamed a Dream: The Susan Boyle Story United Kingdom UK.TV 30 December [citation needed]
Date Program Channel
Domestic
Still to debut Kokoda ABC1 [127]
Still to debut The Mission ABC1 [127]
Still to debut A Pacific Solution SBS TV [150]
Still to debut Penguin Island ABC1 [127][150]
Still to debut Salam Father SBS TV [150]
Still to debut Shintaro SBS TV [150]
Still to debut Under Southern Seas ABC1 [242]
Still to debut Westall 1966: A Suburban UFO Mystery TBA [243]
Still to debut The Conditions of Love TBA [243]
Still to debut Immortal TBA [243]
Still to debut Inside the Firestorm ABC1 [244]
Still to debut Murundak - Songs of Freedom TBA [244]
Still to debut From the Ashes ABC Television [160]
Still to debut Accentuate the Positive ABC Television [160]
Still to debut Jandamarra ABC Television [160]
International
2008 Richard Hammond's Engineering Connections National Geographic Channel [245]
30 May SBS TV
10 August On Board Air Force One Seven Network [246]
June National Geographic Channel
Still to debut Loose Change 9/11: An American Coup Foxtel [247]
Still to debut The Nomad Trail ABC Television [160]
Still to debut Sales, Seduction and Sex SBS Television [160]
Still to debut Skin Deep SBS Television [160]
Date Program Channel
Domestic
Still to debut 1606 and 1770: A Tale of Two Discoveries TBA [160]
Still to debut Gallipoli's Deep Secrets The History Channel [248]
Still to debut As Australian As The History Channel [248]
International
2008 United Kingdom Richard Hammond's Engineering Connections National Geographic Channel [245]
30 May SBS TV
10 August United States Air Force One Seven Network [246]
June National Geographic Channel

Specials[edit]

Date Program Channel
Domestic
25 January Announcement of the 2009 Australian of the Year Nine Network [249]
1 February 2009 Country Music Awards of Australia Network Ten [250]
14 February Country Music Channel [250]
3 February 2009 Allan Border Medal Nine Network [251]
8 February Marty Rhone: A Tribute to Cliff Richard and the Shadows ABC1 [252]
12 February Australia Unites (Bushfire telethon) Nine Network [253]
13 February Geoffrey Robertson's Hypothetical Closing the Gap NITV [254]
13 February After The Fire: An ABC News Special ABC1 [255]
22 February National Day of Mourning Service ABC1 [256][257]
SBS TV [256][257]
Seven Network [256][257]
Nine Network [256][257]
Network Ten [256][257]
22 February Tropfest 2009 Movie Extra [258]
11 April Nine Network [259]
20 March Essence of the Game Seven Network [260]
27 March MTV Australia Awards 2009 MTV [261]
18 April Seven Network [262]
30 March 2009 Melbourne International Comedy Gala Network Ten [263]
10 April 2009 Good Friday Appeal Seven Network (Melbourne) [264]
22 April Firebird and Other Legends ABC2 [265]
25 April ABC's coverage of ANZAC Day ABC1, ABC2 and ABC HD [266]
5 May Christian the Lion special Seven Network [267]
27 June Michael Jackson: The King of Pop Nine Network [268][269]
4 July The Latest on Michael Jackson Nine Network [270]
6 July Triple J TV presents Lily Allen ABC2 [271]
13 July 2009 Melbourne International Comedy Debate Network Ten [272]
15 August 50 Years of Television Nine Network (Brisbane) [273]
22 August Coming Home Seven Network [274]
29 August ARIA Hall of Fame 2009 Nine Network [275]
8 September World Food Spectacular Seven Network [276]
10 September Hamish & Andy's American Caravan of Courage Network Ten [277]
20 September TV's Best of the Best Nine Network [278][279]
21 September 2009 Brownlow Medal Seven Network [280][281]
22 September The Very Best of the Paul Hogan Show (Part 1) Nine Network [278]
30 September and 7 October Hey Hey It's Saturday: Reunion specials Nine Network [282][283][284]
18 October The 2009 Deadlys SBS One [285]
31 October and 7 November 2009 Rock Eisteddfod Challenge ABC1 [286]
17 November The Very Best of the Paul Hogan Show (Part 2) Nine Network [287]
17 November Rove Presents Hamish & Andy Regifted, Another Very Early Christmas Special Network Ten [288]
19 November 2009 IF Awards SBS One [289]
20 November showcase [290]
8 November 2009 Andrew Olle Media Lecture ABC1 [291][292]
12 December 2009 AFI Awards Nine Network [293]
26 November 2009 Aria Awards Nine Network [294][295][296][297]
27 November MTV [297]
26 November 2009 Walkley Awards SBS One [298]
10 December The New Black ABC1 [95][127][299]
11 December John Safran: Media Tycoon ABC1 [95][300]
13 December Hulkamania (Was pulled from schedule two days before it was to air due to circumstances surrounding the Australian promoter of the event) One [301]
13 December 2009 Schools Spectacular ABC1 [95][302]
19 December 2009 Carols in the Domain Seven Network [303]
24 December 2009 Carols by Candlelight Nine Network [304][305]
24 December Carols from St George's Cathedral 2009 ABC1 [306][307]
25 December 2009 Australian Dancesport Championships Seven Network [308]
31 December Sydney Symphony with Human Nature ABC1 [309]
31 December The Noughties: A Decade in Review Nine Network [310]
31 December 2009 New Year's Eve ARIA Countdown Nine Network [311]
31 December Shaun Micallef's New Year's Rave Network Ten [310][312]
31 December Sydney's New Year's Eve Fireworks Nine Network [313]
International
1 January 2009 Vienna New Year's Concert SBS TV [314]
3 January 30 Best and Worst Beach Bodies Network Ten
4 January 119th Annual Rose Parade Seven Network
10 January 40 Smokin' On-Set Hookups Network Ten [315]
21 January Barack Obama 2009 presidential inauguration ABC1 [183]
SBS TV [183][316]
Seven Network [317]
Nine Network [318]
Network Ten [316]
2 February Lost: Destiny Calls Seven Network [319]
23 February 81st Academy Awards Nine Network [320][321]
Movie Extra [321][322]
 ?? February Spielberg on Spielberg Bio. [323]
10 May ABC2 [323]
11 March Stand Up: Muslim-American Comics Come of Age ABC2 [324]
12 March Status Quo: The Party Ain't Over Yet ABC1 [325]
13 April I Get That a Lot Network Ten [326]
13 April Just for Laughs special Network Ten [326]
20 April Celebrity Plastic Surgery: The Good, the Bags and the Ugly Network Ten [327]
15, 16 and 17 May Eurovision Song Contest 2009 SBS TV [328]
1 May 2008 BBC Electric Proms ABC2 [329]
11 May Lost: The Story of the Oceanic 6 Seven Network [330][331]
27 May Lost: A Journey in Time Seven Network [332]
31 May Planet of the Dead ABC1 [333][334]
13 June San Remo Song Festival SBS One [335]
26 June The Life and Death of Michael Jackson Network Ten [336]
29 June The Michael Jackson Story Seven Network [337]
1 July Michael Jackson: What Really Happened? Nine Network [338]
1 July Michael Jackson: Picking up the Pieces Network Ten [339]
5 July Secrets of Merlin Network Ten [340]
6 July Michael Jackson: 30th Anniversary Special (Retitled Michael Jackson: The Last Time and most likely a repeat) Seven Network [341]
20 July Wire in the Blood (USA episode "Prayer of the Bone") ABC2 [342]
5 August Jamie Saves Our Bacon Network Ten [343]
13 August Surviving Sextuplets and Twins Network Ten [344]
20 August The 45 Stone Virgin Network Ten [344]
22 August Pearl Jam: Live in Cornice, Italy Nine Network [345]
22 August Hot August Night NYC Nine Network [346]
24 August Miss Universe 2009 Seven Network [347]
30 August 2009 Teen Choice Awards Network Ten [348]
5 September Neil Diamond: Welcome Home Neil Nine Network [346]
10 September The Beatles in the Studio Nine Network [349]
3 November My Friend Michael Jackson: Uri's Story Seven Network [350]
22 November 2009 British Comedy Gala Network Ten [351]
22 November Pet Shop Boys at the BBC ABC2 [352]
6 December The Waters of Mars ABC2 [95][353]
15 December Christmas at the White House: An Oprah Primetime Special Network Ten [354]
21 December The Making of Back to Earth ABC2 [95]
22 December Dannii Minogue: My Story Seven Network [355]
24 December 2009 Nobel Peace Prize Concert ABC2 [356]
24 December 2009 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show Network Ten [357]
25 December Prep & Landing Seven Network [358]
25 December The Queen's Christmas Message 2009 ABC1 / UK.TV / Nine Network [359]
31 December U2 Equals BBC ABC2 [95][309]
31 December Seal Soul Live ABC2 [95][309]
Still to debut 2008 Radio 1's Big Weekend ABC2 [56]
Date Program Channel
Domestic
1 February 2009 Country Music Awards of Australia Network Ten [250]
14 February Country Music Channel [250]
13 February Frozen in Time FOX8 [360]
13 February Geoffrey Robertson's Hypothetical Closing the Gap NITV [254]
22 February Tropfest 2009 Movie Extra [258]
11 April Nine Network [259]
7 March Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Main Event [361][362][363]
14 March Sound Relief (Sydney concert) MAX [364][365][366]
27 September Nine Network [367]
14 March Sound Relief (Melbourne concert) Channel [V] [364][365][366]
27 September Nine Network [367]
27 March MTV Australia Awards 2009 MTV [261]
18 April Seven Network [262]
21 April 2009 ASTRA Awards Various Foxtel channels [368]
22 April Firebird and Other Legends ABC2 [265]
2 May An Audience with Tina Arena Bio. [369]
23 May Cracker Night 2009 The Comedy Channel [370]
27 June Bernadette Peters in Concert: Live from the Adelaide Cabaret Festival Bio. [371]
5 July 2009 APRA Music Awards MAX [372]
27 July 2009 Helpmann Awards Bio. [373][374]
2 August Live: Jet Channel [V] [375]
1 November The Breast Darn Show in Town The Comedy Channel [376]
13 November Nickelodeon Australian Kids' Choice Awards 2009 Nickelodeon Australia [377][378]
26 November 2009 Aria Awards Nine Network [294]
27 November MTV
3 December I Can't Believe It's Not Better The Comedy Channel [379][380][381][382][383]
20 December An Evening with Michael Parkinson UK.TV [384]
Still to debut Sydney Dance Company specials Bio. [150][151][152]
International
9 January United Kingdom The Hairy Bikers Come Home The LifeStyle Channel [385]
12 January United States 66th Golden Globe Awards Arena [386][387]
18 January United States The Powerpuff Girls Rule!!! Cartoon Network [388]
26 January United States 15th Screen Actors Guild Awards Showcase [389]
9 February United States 51st Grammy Awards Arena [390]
9 February United Kingdom 62nd British Academy Film Awards Bio. [391]
23 February United States 81st Academy Awards Nine Network [320][321]
Movie Extra [321][322]
26 February United Kingdom 2009 BRIT Awards Channel [V] [392]
 ?? February United States Spielberg on Spielberg Bio. [323]
10 May ABC2 [323]
4 April United States 2009 Kids' Choice Awards Nickelodeon [393]
12 April United States WWE Diva Diaries Arena [394]
2 May United Kingdom Glyndebourne Musical Month: 75th Birthday Season BBC HD [138]
25 May United States Shaun Cassidy Biography Bio. [395]
8 June 63rd Tony Awards Bio. [371][396]
20 June Barry Manilow Live From Las Vegas Bio. [371]
26 June Barry Manilow Songs from the 1970s Bio. [371]
20 July United States The Debbie Rowe Interview: The Missing Tapes Arena [397]
27 July United States Jacko Madness Arena [398]
September United States 2009 MTV Video Music Awards MTV
21 September United States 61st Primetime Emmy Awards Arena [399][400]
21 September Network Ten [401]
6 November Germany MTV Europe Music Awards 2009 MTV [402]
7 November United States 2009 Scream Awards Sci Fi Channel [403]
12 November United States 2009 CMA Awards Country Music Channel [404]
23 November United States 2009 American Music Awards FOX8 [405]
13 December United States VH1 Divas 2009 MTV
27 December United States 2009: That Really Happened? VH1 [406]
27 December Bonnie Tyler's Top 50 1980s Power Ballads VH1
31 December United Kingdom Last Night of the Proms 2009 UK.TV [407]
United States 20th GLAAD Media Awards Arena [408]

Programming changes[edit]

Changes to network affiliation[edit]

This is a list of programs which made their premiere on an Australian television network that had previously premiered on another Australian television network. The networks involved in the switch of allegiances are predominantly both free-to-air networks or both subscription television networks. Programs that have their free-to-air/subscription television premiere, after previously premiering on the opposite platform (free-to air to subscription/subscription to free-to air) are not included. In some cases, programs may still air on the original television network. This occurs predominantly with programs shared between subscription television networks.

Domestic[edit]

Program New network Previous network Date
Thank God You're Here[409][410][411] Seven Network Network Ten 29 April 2009
Football Stars of Tomorrow[412] Nine Network / Fox Sports Fox Sports / SBS TV 28 June 2009

International[edit]

Program New network Previous network Date
United States Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles[413] FOX8 Nine Network March
Flight of the Conchords United States Flight of the Conchords[414] SBS One Network Ten 8 June 2009
Torchwood United Kingdom Torchwood[415] ABC2 Network Ten / Ten HD 39 June 2009
Little Britain United Kingdom Little Britain[citation needed] Nine Network ABC1 30 June 2009
Survivor United States Survivor[416] Go! Nine Network 11 August 2009
Bachelor, The United States The Bachelor[416] Go! Nine Network 11 August 2009
Bachelorette, The United States The Bachelorette[416] Go! Nine Network 11 August 2009
Dance Your Ass Off United States Dance Your Ass Off[417] Go! Nine Network 15 August 2009
Wire, The United States The Wire[418][419] Go! (series five) / ABC2 ABC2 1 September 2009
Bad Girls Club, The United States The Bad Girls Club[citation needed] MTV Arena 16 September 2009
United Kingdom Gavin & Stacey[note 1][420] UKTV / BBC HD Seven Network 14 September
South Park United States South Park[421][422] SBS One / Go! SBS One 4 October 2009
Curb Your Enthusiasm United States Curb Your Enthusiasm[422] Go! Nine Network 4 October 2009
Weeds United States Weeds[422] Go! Nine Network 4 October 2009
Nip/Tuck United States Nip/Tuck[422] Go! Nine Network 5 October 2009
Style By Jury United States Style By Jury[citation needed] 7TWO Seven Network December 2009
Malcolm in the Middle United States Malcolm in the Middle[423] Network Ten Nine Network 7 December 2009
Wild at Heart United Kingdom Wild at Heart[95] ABC2 ABC1 19 December 2009
Rita Rocks United States Rita Rocks Arena W. Channel 26 December 2009
Date Program To From
March Jerry Springer Show, The United States The Jerry Springer Show Arena FOX8 [424]
5 June United States Charm School MTV VH1 [425][426]
19 August United States Will & Grace TV1 111 Hits [427]
6 September United States Leverage W. FOX8
24 October United States Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew Arena bio. [4]
15 November Canada Pelswick KidsCo Nickelodeon[citation needed] [428]
15 November Canada/France Donkey Kong Country KidsCo Fox Kids[citation needed] [428]
15 November United States Dress My Nest Style Network Arena [429][430]
15 November United States Married Away Style Network Arena [429][431]
15 November United States Pantry Raid Style Network Lifestyle FOOD [429][432]
15 November United States Split Ends Style Network Arena [429][433]
15 November United States Style Her Famous Style Network Arena [429][434]
15 November United States Whose Wedding Is It Anyway? Style Network Arena [429][435]
16 November Canada Rolie Polie Olie KidsCo Disney Channel[citation needed] [428][5]
16 November United States Instant Beauty Pageant Style Network Arena [110]
16 November United Kingdom What Not to Wear LifeStyle You The LifeStyle Channel [6]
16 November United Kingdom The House of Tiny Tearaways LifeStyle You The LifeStyle Channel [7]
20 November United Kingdom Don't Tell the Bride LifeStyle You The LifeStyle Channel [8]
30 November United States Two and a Half Men Arena FOX8 [436]
21 December United Kingdom How to Look Good Naked LifeStyle You The LifeStyle Channel [9][437]

Free-to-air premieres[edit]

Below is a list programs which made their premiere on free-to-air television that had previously premiered on Australian Pay TV, a program may still air on the original network.

Date Program FTA Pay TV
1 January Secret Millionaire Nine Network The LifeStyle Channel [438][439][440]
12 January Airtime! Nine Network Nickelodeon
12 January Killing Hitler Seven Network  ?
15 January The Unteachables ABC1 UK.TV [441]
21 January Chandon Pictures ABC1 Movie Extra [442][443][444]
8 February Cranford ABC1 UK.TV [445][446]
9 February Stephen Fry: The Secret Life of the Manic Depressive ABC1  ? [198][447]
22 February E! True Hollywood Story: Heath Ledger Network Ten E! [448]
5 March Pulling ABC2 UK.TV [449]
8 March Infamous Assassinations Seven Network The History Channel [450]
17 March Bridezillas Nine Network Arena [451]
16 April Mad Men SBS TV Movie Extra [452][453]
10 June Saved Seven Network  ? [454]
5 August Louis Theroux's Weird Weekends (Born Again Christians episode) Seven Network Arena [455]
15 August iCarly (Shown during Toasted TV) Network Ten Nickelodeon Australia
31 August Entourage SBS One Arena [456]
13 September Rock of Love Network Ten VH1 [457]
13 September Little Britain USA Network Ten Showcase [458][459][460]
21 September (Syd/Bris)
25 September (Melb/Adel/Per)
The Andromeda Strain Seven Network Showcase [461][462][463]
28 September Style By Jury Seven Network Arena / Discovery Home & Health [464]
5 October Destroyed in Seconds Seven Network The Discovery Channel [465][466]
5 October Man vs. Wild SBS One The Discovery Channel [463][467]
5 October Afro Samurai Go! MTV [468]
17 October Reno 911! Go! The Comedy Channel [469]
2 November The Jay Leno Show 7TWO The Comedy Channel [45]
4 November American Gladiators 7TWO MTV [45][470]
5 November Fifth Gear 7TWO Discovery Turbo / The Lifestyle Channel [45]
15 November False Witness Nine Network UK.TV / BBC HD [471]
30 November Come Dine With Me Seven Network LifeStyle Food [472]
6 December Inside the Actors Studio ABC2 Bio. [473]
6 December John Adams SBS One Showcase [463][474][475]
6 December Tool Academy Go! MTV [476][477]
9 December Willie's Wonky Chocolate Factory ABC2 The LifeStyle Channel [95][478]
14 December Stargate Universe Network Ten Sci-Fi Channel [479][480]

Subscription television premieres[edit]

This is a list programs which had their premiere on Australian subscription television that had previously premiered on free-to-air television. Programs may still air on the original network.

Domestic[edit]

Subscription television premieres on Australian television in 2009
Program Subscription network Free-to-air network Date Ref
Backyard Blitz The LifeStyle Channel Nine Network 23 March [481]
Packed to the Rafters Hallmark Channel Seven Network 13 June 2009 [482]
Summer Heights High The Comedy Channel ABC TV August 2009[citation needed] [483]
The Chaser's War on Everything The Comedy Channel ABC TV 3 December 2009 [citation needed]
Rush Hallmark Channel Network Ten December 2009 [482]

International[edit]

International subscription television premieres on Australian television in 2009
Program Country of origin Subscription network Free-to-air network Date Ref
Psych  United States TV1 Network Ten, TEN HD 3 January
Roots United States FOX Classics Network Ten 19 January [484]
Star Wars: The Clone Wars United States Cartoon Network Network Ten 13 February [485]
Damages United States W. Nine Network 17 April [486]
Eliot Kid  United Kingdom Disney Channel ABC1 15 May [487][488]
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia United States The Comedy Channel Seven Network 14 July [489]
Gavin & Stacey[note 2] United Kingdom UKTV Seven Network 3 August [104]
Women's Murder Club United States W. Network Ten 8 September[citation needed] [490]
Batman: The Brave and the Bold United States Cartoon Network Nine Network 22 September [491]
Carnivàle United States Showcase ABC TV 20 November [492]
QI United Kingdom UKTV ABC1 14 December [493][494]
The Gil Mayo Mysteries United Kingdom 13th Street ABC1 16 December [495][496]
Life on Mars United States W. Network Ten 17 December [497]

Ending this year[edit]

Domestic television series endings on Australian television in 2009
Telemovie Network End date Start date Ref
Temptation Nine Network 23 January 30 May 2005 [498][499][500]
McLeod's Daughters Nine Network 31 January 8 August 2001 [501][502]
The All in Call Seven Network 1 March 8 February [503]
Fresh Nine Network 13 March 2000 [504][505]
Extra Nine Network 26 June 9 February 1991 [506]
This Afternoon Nine Network 14 July 29 June [507]
The Chaser's War on Everything ABC1 29 July 17 February 2006 [508]
The Cook and the Chef ABC1 16 September 8 February 2006 [509]
All Saints Seven Network 27 October 24 February 1998 [510][511][512]
Rove Network Ten 15 November 22 September 1999 [513]
The Einstein Factor ABC1 22 November 8 February 2004 [514]
Australian Idol Network Ten 22 November 27 July 2003 [citation needed]
The Great Outdoors Seven Network 15 August[citation needed] 5 February 1993 [515]
The Spearman Experiment Network Ten 30 October[citation needed] 8 September [516]

Returning this year[edit]

Date Program Channel Debut
20 April Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? (returned under the title of Hot Seat) Nine Network 18 April 1999 [517][518][519][520][521][522][523][524]

Notes[edit]

References[edit]

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  156. ^ "Rainforest: The Secret of Life". ABC Television. 1 November 2009. Retrieved 8 December 2009. 
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  219. ^ Knox, David (18 August 2009). "Airdate: Waltz with Bashir". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 30 August 2009. 
  220. ^ Knox, David (1 September 2009). "Airdate: Pedigree Dogs Exposed". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 5 September 2009. 
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  223. ^ "National Geographic - October 2009 Newsletter". National Geographic Channel (Australia). 7 October 2009. Archived from the original on 6 January 2010. Retrieved 6 January 2010. 
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  225. ^ Knox, David (21 October 2009). "Airdate: Fergie: Duchess on a Mission". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 28 December 2009. 
  226. ^ Knox, David (6 November 2009). "Fergie re-enstated". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 28 December 2009. 
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  228. ^ "The Magic of Audrey". ABC Television. 15 November 2009. Retrieved 27 December 2009. 
  229. ^ "What a Difference a Day Made: Doris Day Superstar". ABC Television. 22 November 2009. Retrieved 27 December 2009. 
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  232. ^ "Joanna Lumley in the Land of the Northern Lights". ABC Television. 29 November 2009. Retrieved 19 December 2009. 
  233. ^ "Snowdon Prince Charles’ Other Mistress". ABC Television. 1 December 2009. Retrieved 21 December 2009. 
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  236. ^ "Snowdon and Margaret: Inside a Royal Marriage". ABC Television. 8 December 2009. Retrieved 21 December 2009. 
  237. ^ "Backstairs Billy: The Queen Mum's Butler". ABC Television. 15 December 2009. Retrieved 21 December 2009. 
  238. ^ "Hitler's Favourite Royal". ABC Television. 22 December 2009. Retrieved 22 December 2009. 
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  240. ^ "Final Chance to Save the Orangutans with Joanna Lumley". ABC Television. 26 December 2009. Retrieved 26 December 2009. 
  241. ^ "The Queen's Coronation: Behind Palace Doors". ABC Television. 29 December 2009. Retrieved 29 December 2009. 
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  246. ^ a b Knox, David (28 July 2009). "On board Air Force One". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 5 August 2009. 
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  249. ^ Knox, David (22 January 2009). "Has SBS forgotten Australia Day?". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 21 February 2009. 
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  252. ^ "Marty Rhone: A Tribute to Cliff Richard and the Shadows". ABC Television. 8 February 2009. Retrieved 22 February 2009. 
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  254. ^ a b Knox, David (10 February 2009). "Airdate: Closing the Gap". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 11 February 2009. 
  255. ^ Knox, David (11 February 2009). "Airdate: After The Fire: An ABC News Special". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 12 February 2009. 
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  261. ^ a b Knox, David (15 February 2009). "US producer for MTV Australia Awards". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 15 February 2009. 
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  263. ^ Knox, David (17 March 2009). "Airdate: Melbourne International Comedy Gala 2009". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 19 March 2009. 
  264. ^ Knox, David (11 April 2009). "$13.8m record for Good Friday Appeal". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 3 May 2009. 
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  266. ^ Knox, David (9 April 2009). "ABC: ANZAC Day coverage". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 3 May 2009. 
  267. ^ Knox, David (22 April 2009). "Airdate: Christian the Lion". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 5 May 2009. 
  268. ^ Knox, David (26 June 2009). "Airdate: Michael Jackson The King of Pop". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 26 June 2009. 
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  270. ^ Knox, David (3 July 2009). "Airdate: The Latest on Michael Jackson". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 4 July 2009. 
  271. ^ Knox, David (26 June 2009). "Airdate: triple j tv presents Lily Allen". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 26 June 2009. 
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  273. ^ Knox, David (1 August 2009). "Airdate: 50 Years of Television". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 18 August 2009. 
  274. ^ Knox, David (10 August 2009). "Airdate: Coming Home". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 24 August 2009. 
  275. ^ Knox, David (12 August 2009). "Airdate: ARIA Hall of Fame". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 24 August 2009. 
  276. ^ Knox, David (28 August 2009). "Airdate: World Food Spectacular". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 5 September 2009. 
  277. ^ Knox, David (21 August 2009). "Airdate: Hamish & Andy's American Caravan of Courage". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 1 September 2009. 
  278. ^ a b Knox, David (10 September 2009). "Paul Hogan back to Nine". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 20 September 2009. 
  279. ^ Knox, David (10 September 2009). "TV's Best of the Best or missed opportunity?". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 20 September 2009. 
  280. ^ Knox, David (6 September 2009). "Airdate: 2009 Brownlow Medal". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 6 September 2009. 
  281. ^ Knox, David (21 September 2009). "Sandy Roberts steps in to host Brownlow". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 26 September 2009. 
  282. ^ Knox, David (1 September 2009). "Hey Hey its Tuesday September 29". tvtonight.com.au. Archived from the original on 11 September 2009. Retrieved 1 September 2009. 
  283. ^ Knox, David (16 September 2009). "Hey Hey it’s ...Wednesday?". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 26 September 2009. 
  284. ^ Knox, David (1 October 2009). "Hey Hey the Reunion". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 5 October 2009. 
  285. ^ Knox, David (6 October 2009). "Airdate: 2009 Deadlys". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 6 October 2009. 
  286. ^ Knox, David (13 October 2009). "Airdate: 2009 Rock Eisteddfod". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 14 October 2009. 
  287. ^ Knox, David (5 November 2009). "Airdate: The Very Best Of The Paul Hogan Show Pt 2". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 28 December 2009. 
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  289. ^ Knox, David (2 November 2009). "Returning: IF Awards". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 18 December 2009. 
  290. ^ Knox, David (10 November 2009). "IF Awards: Presenters". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 29 December 2009. 
  291. ^ Knox, David (18 September 2009). "Julian Morrow to deliver Andrew Olle Media lecture". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 26 September 2009. 
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  293. ^ Knox, David (20 October 2009). "Julia Zemiro to host AFI Awards". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 24 October 2009. 
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  295. ^ Knox, David (8 August 2009). "Nine pins revival on new series". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 24 August 2009. 
  296. ^ Knox, David (8 November 2009). "Underbelly hosts the ARIAs". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 28 December 2009. 
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  298. ^ Knox, David (24 November 2009). "Returning: Walkley Awards". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 31 December 2009. 
  299. ^ Knox, David (9 December 2009). "Fade to Black". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 19 December 2009. 
  300. ^ Knox, David (26 November 2009). "Airdate: John Safran: The Lost Pilot". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 28 December 2009. 
  301. ^ Knox, David (30 November 2009). "Airdate: Hulkamania". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 2 January 2010. 
  302. ^ Knox, David (30 November 2009). "Returning: Schools Spectacular". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 28 December 2009. 
  303. ^ Knox, David (23 November 2009). "Returning: Carols in the Domain". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 24 December 2009. 
  304. ^ Knox, David (4 December 2009). "Returning: Carols by Candelight". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 24 December 2009. 
  305. ^ Knox, David (16 December 2009). "Carols by Candlelight: full cast". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 24 December 2009. 
  306. ^ "Perth choir boy to ring in Christmas across the nation". PerthNow. 15 December 2009. Retrieved 24 December 2009. 
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  308. ^ "2009 Australian Dancesport Championships". yourtv.com.au. 25 December 2009. Archived from the original on 25 December 2009. Retrieved 25 December 2009. 
  309. ^ a b c Knox, David (29 December 2009). "ABC: New Year's Eve". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 1 January 2010. 
  310. ^ a b Knox, David (30 December 2009). "Shaun Micallef's New Year's Rave". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 1 January 2010. 
  311. ^ Knox, David (23 December 2009). "Airdate: 2009 New Year's Eve ARIA Countdown". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 1 January 2010. 
  312. ^ Knox, David (9 November 2009). "Shaun Micallef to Rave in New Year's Eve". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 1 January 2010. 
  313. ^ Knox, David (31 December 2009). "Networks snub interstate fireworks". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 1 January 2010. 
  314. ^ Knox, David (1 January 2009). "New Year's Day Concert". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 5 January 2008. 
  315. ^ Hardy, Marieke (15 January 2009). "Smokin' really is bad for your (mental) health". Melbourne: The Age. Retrieved 16 January 2009. 
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  317. ^ Knox, David (19 January 2009). "Seven joins inauguration party". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 19 January 2009. 
  318. ^ Knox, David (14 January 2009). "Nine's live Obama marathon". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 17 January 2009. 
  319. ^ Knox, David (20 January 2009). "Airdate: Lost: Destiny Calls". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 21 February 2009. 
  320. ^ a b Knox, David (4 December 2008). "Nine to screen Oscars live to air". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 5 December 2008. 
  321. ^ a b c d Knox, David (10 February 2009). "Airdate: 81st Academy Awards". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 10 February 2009. 
  322. ^ a b Knox, David (5 December 2008). "Oscars for Movie Extra too". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 5 December 2008. 
  323. ^ a b c d Knox, David (2 May 2009). "Airdate: Spielberg On Spielberg". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 11 May 2009. 
  324. ^ Knox, David (21 February 2009). "Gallery: Stand Up: Muslim-American Comics Come Of Age". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 21 February 2009. 
  325. ^ Knox, David (24 February 2009). "Airdate: Status Quo: The Party Ain't Over Yet". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 25 February 2009. 
  326. ^ a b Knox, David (30 March 2009). "Airdate: I Get That A Lot, Montreal Comedy Special". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 14 April 2009. 
  327. ^ Knox, David (8 April 2009). "Airdate: Celebrity Plastic Surgery: The Good, the Bags and the Ugly". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 21 April 2009. 
  328. ^ Knox, David (16 April 2009). "Airdate: Eurovision 2009". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 3 May 2009. 
  329. ^ Knox, David (16 April 2009). "Airdate: BBC Electric Proms". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 3 May 2009. 
  330. ^ Knox, David (9 May 2009). "Lost in split finale". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 6 June 2009. 
  331. ^ Knox, David (11 May 2009). "Week 20". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 11 May 2009. 
  332. ^ Knox, David (15 May 2009). "Airdate: Lost: A Journey in Time". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 6 June 2009. 
  333. ^ Knox, David (23 April 2009). "Airdate: Doctor Who: "Planet of the Dead"". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 7 May 2009. 
  334. ^ Knox, David (16 May 2009). "Gallery: Doctor Who: Planet of the Dead". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 7 June 2009. 
  335. ^ Knox, David (9 June 2009). "San Remo Song Festival". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 9 June 2009. 
  336. ^ Knox, David (26 June 2009). "Vale: Michael Jackson". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 29 June 2009. 
  337. ^ Knox, David (27 June 2009). "Airdate: The Michael Jackson Story". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 29 June 2009. 
  338. ^ Knox, David (30 June 2009). "Airdate: Michael Jackson: What Really Happened?". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 30 June 2009. 
  339. ^ Knox, David (1 July 2009). "Airdate: Michael Jackson: Picking up the Pieces". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 1 July 2009. 
  340. ^ Knox, David (2 July 2009). "Airdate: Secrets of Merlin". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 4 July 2009. 
  341. ^ Knox, David (2 July 2009). "Airdate: Michael Jackson: The Last Time". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 4 July 2009. 
  342. ^ Knox, David (22 July 2009). "Airdate: Wire in the Blood: USA". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 26 July 2009. 
  343. ^ Knox, David (27 July 2009). "Airdate: Jamie Saves Our Bacon". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 5 August 2009. 
  344. ^ a b Knox, David (4 August 2009). "Airdate: Jon & Kate Plus 8". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 23 August 2009. 
  345. ^ Knox, David (6 August 2009). "Airdate: Pearl Jam: Live in Cornice, Italy". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 23 August 2009. 
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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Gavin & Stacey was premiered by Seven in early 2009, From Series 2 onward UKTV had first-run rights, with ABC2 having rerun rights from 2010
  2. ^ Gavin & Stacey was premiered by Seven in early 2009, From Series 2 onward UKTV had first-run rights, with ABC2 having FTA rerun rights from 2010