2013 in Australian television

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This is a list of Australian television events and premieres which occurred, or are scheduled to occur, in 2013, the 58th year of continuous operation of television in Australia.

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Events[edit]

Deaths[edit]

  • 13 January – Bille Brown, AM (aged 61), playwright and actor who appeared in numerous television series.[15]
  • 26 January – Patricia Lovell, AM, MBE (aged 83), Australian film producer, best known to a generation as star of children's television series Mr. Squiggle as Miss Pat in the 1960s and 1970s.[16]
  • 2 March – Peter Harvey (aged 68), journalist with the Nine Network for 38 years.[17]
  • 27 June – Maureen Duval, host of Good Morning Sydney from 1978 to 1989, and later a panellist on Beauty and the Beast.[18]
  • 15 September – Joyce Jacobs (aged 91), English-born Australian actress who appeared in A Country Practice from 1981 to 1994.[19]

Channels[edit]

Premieres[edit]

Domestic series[edit]

List of domestic television series premieres on Australian television in 2013
Program Original airdate Network Ref
Nine News Now 7 January Nine Network [20]
Next Stop Hollywood 8 January ABC1 [21]
Off Their Rockers 13 January Comedy Channel, TheThe Comedy Channel [22]
MasterChef Australia: The Professionals 20 January Network Ten [23]
Last Chance to See Cuba 23 January SBS One [24]
Doctor Blake Mysteries, TheThe Doctor Blake Mysteries 1 February ABC1 [25]
Life Healthy, Be Happy 3 February Seven Network [26]
ABC News: Early Edition 4 February ABC1
ABC News 24
[27]
Agony of Life, TheThe Agony of Life 6 February ABC1 [28]
Crew, TheThe Crew 10 February Fuel TV [29]
Making Couples Happy 14 February ABC1 [30]
Good Game: Pocket Edition 16 February ABC3 [31]
Steam Punks! 17 February ABC3 [32]
Mr & Mrs Murder 20 February Network Ten [33]
Mind Over Maddie 25 February Disney Channel [34]
Please Like Me 28 February ABC2 [35]
Monday Night with Matty Johns 4 March Fox Sports [citation needed]
NRL 360 6 March Fox Sports [citation needed]
Tractor Monkeys 20 March ABC1 [36]
Checkout, TheThe Checkout 21 March ABC1 [37]
Ask The Butcher 26 March LifeStyle Food [38]
Australia's Deadliest 30 March Nat Geo Wild [39]
Elegant Gentleman's Guide to Knife Fighting, TheThe Elegant Gentleman's Guide to Knife Fighting 3 April ABC1 [40]
A Place to Call Home 28 April Seven Network [41]
Colour Theory 28 April NITV [42]
Celebrity Splash 29 April Seven Network [43]
Head First 1 May ABC2 [44]
Wentworth 1 May SoHo [45]
Shane Delia's Spice Journey 2 May SBS One [46]
Financial Review Sunday 5 May Nine Network [47]
Play Along with Sam 6 May Nick Jr. [48]
Aussie Pickers 9 May A&E Australia [49]
House Rules 14 May Seven Network [50]
Marion's Thailand 14 May LifeStyle Food [51]
Dirty Laundry Live 16 May ABC2 [52]
Feed, TheThe Feed 20 May SBS2 [53]
Spontaneous Saturday 20 May SBS2 [54]
Croc College 21 May ABC1 [55]
Observer Effect, TheThe Observer Effect 2 June SBS One [56]
Truth Is, TheThe Truth Is 3 June Network Ten [57]
Reef Doctors 9 June Network Ten [58]
Time of Our Lives, TheThe Time of Our Lives 16 June ABC1 [59]
Australia's Remote Islands 16 June ABC1 [60]
Daily Edition, TheThe Daily Edition 17 June Seven Network [61]
Years That Made Us, TheThe Years That Made Us 23 June ABC1 [62]
River Cottage Australia 27 June LifeStyle Channel, TheThe LifeStyle Channel [63]
Wednesday Night Fever 3 July ABC1 [64]
Shitsville Express 2 July ABC2 [65]
Vicky the Viking 6 July Network Ten [66]
Hamish & Andy's Gap Year Asia 8 July Nine Network [67]
Wanted 8 July Network Ten [68]
Great Australian Bake Off, TheThe Great Australian Bake Off 9 July Nine Network [69]
First Footprints 14 July ABC1 [70]
Walking Through History 20 July SBS One [71]
This Week Live 24 July Network Ten [72]
Formal Wars 25 July Seven Network [73]
Mako: Island of Secrets 26 July Network Ten [74]
Movie Mayhem with Mark Fennell 27 July SBS2 [75]
Nine News at 7:00 5 August GEM [76]
Seven News at 7 5 August 7Two [77]
Slide Show 7 August Seven Network [78]
It's A Date 15 August ABC1 [79]
Upper Middle Bogan 15 August ABC1 [79]
Wonderland 21 August Network Ten [80]
Recipe to Riches 27 August Network Ten [81]
Bachelor, TheThe Bachelor 8 September Network Ten [82]
Revealed 12 September Network Ten [83]
Million Dollar Minute 16 September Seven Network [84]
A League of Their Own 16 September Network Ten [85]
Julia Zemiro's Home Delivery 18 September ABC1 [86]
Day My Butt Went Psycho, TheThe Day My Butt Went Psycho 21 September Go! [87]
Serangoon Road 22 September ABC1 [88]
Legally Brown 23 September SBS One [89]
Darren Sanders Show, TheThe Darren Sanders Show 2 October Go! [90]
Time of My Life 5 October 7Two [91]
WOW: World on Wheels 6 October 7mate [92]
Nine Afternoon News Perth 7 October Nine Network (Perth) [93]
Deadbeat Dads 7 October MTV [94]
Thursday FC 10 October SBS2 [95]
ReDesign My Brain 10 October ABC1 [96]
Business Agenda SA 12 October Nine Network (Adelaide) [97][98][99]
It's a Lifestyle TV 12 October Network Ten [100]
Ironman: Deep Water 13 October Nine Network [101]
Phil Spencer: Secret Agent Down Under 14 October LifeStyle [102]
Santo, Sam & Ed's Total Football 14 October Fox Sports 1 [103]
Wild Life of Tim Faulkner 20 October Nine Network [104]
#7DaysLater 22 October ABC2 [105]
Lessons From the Grave 23 October ABC1 [106][107]
Ja'mie: Private School Girl 23 October ABC1 [108]
Summer 360 23 October Fox Sports 1 [109]
Embarrassing Bodies Down Under 29 October LifeStyle You [110]
Have You Been Paying Attention? 3 November Network Ten [111]
Pilgrimage with Simon Reeve 3 November SBS One [112]
Studio 10 4 November Network Ten [113]
Studio 10 You 4 November Network Ten [113]
Ten Eyewitness Early News 4 November Network Ten [113]
Ten Eyewitness Morning News 4 November Network Ten [113]
Wake Up 4 November Network Ten [113]
Paddock to Plate 6 November LifeStyle Channel, TheThe LifeStyle Channel [114]
Nowhere Boys 7 November ABC3 [115]
Exhumed 14 November ABC1 [116]
Coast Australia 2 December History Channel, TheThe History Channel [117]
Come Date with Me 8 December Eleven [118]
Outback Coroner 9 December Crime & Investigation Network [119]

International series[edit]

List of international television series premieres on Australian television in 2013
Program Original airdate Network Country of origin Ref
Wild Chef, TheThe Wild Chef 1 January SBS Two Canada [120]
Defying Gravity 2 January One United States
Canada
United Kingdom
Germany
[121]
Pramface 3 January ABC2 United Kingdom [122]
This is Jinsy 3 January ABC2 United Kingdom [123]
Nigellissima 3 January ABC1 United Kingdom [124]
Ladyboys 4 January ABC2 United Kingdom [125]
Ultimate Spider-Man 5 January Seven Network United States [120]
Black Cab Sessions USA 5 January SBS One United States [120]
Gator 911 6 January One United States [126]
Rev. 6 January ABC1 United Kingdom [127]
Baggage Battles 7 January A&E United States [22]
Watson & Oliver 7 January UKTV United Kingdom [22]
Doc Martin France 7 January SBS Two France [127]
Golden 7 January Network Ten New Zealand [128]
Story of Film: An Odyssey, TheThe Story of Film: An Odyssey 8 January SBS Two United Kingdom [129]
My Big Fat Operation 9 January ABC2 United Kingdom [130]
Lab Rats 10 January Disney Channel United States [citation needed]
Chicago Fire 10 January Fox8 United States [131]
1600 Penn 13 January Comedy Channel, TheThe Comedy Channel United States [132][133]
Britain's Empty Homes 13 January 7Two United Kingdom [134]
Carrie Diaries, TheThe Carrie Diaries 15 January Fox8 United States [131]
Murder in Mind 16 January 7Two United Kingdom [135]
Prisoners of War 19 January SBS One Israel [136]
David Attenborough's The Blue Planet 19 January Network Ten United Kingdom [137]
DEA 21 January 7mate United States [138]
Undercover Boss Canada 22 January One Canada [139]
Set List 24 January ABC2 United Kingdom [140]
Mindy Project, TheThe Mindy Project 28 January Seven Network United States [141]
Pokémon: Black & White: Rival Destinies 28 January Eleven Japan [citation needed]
Against the Wall 29 January Seven Network United States [142]
Here Comes Honey Boo Boo 31 January Discovery Home & Health United States [22]
Outback Hunters 31 January A&E United States [22]
Paradise, TheThe Paradise 2 February ABC1 United Kingdom [143]
Elementary 3 February Network Ten United States [144]
Katie 4 February Arena United States [145]
Romanzo Criminale 5 February Showcase Italy [146]
Last Leg, TheThe Last Leg 6 February[a] ABC1 United Kingdom [147]
Monty Halls' Great Irish Escape 8 February SBS One United Kingdom [148]
Kevin McCloud's Man Made Home 10 February ABC1 United Kingdom [149]
David Attenborough's Africa 16 February Network Ten United Kingdom [150]
Last Resort 20 February Seven Network United States [151]
Parade's End 6 March Nine Network (Aired 1st week)
GEM (Aired 2nd week)
United Kingdom
United States
Belgium
[152]
Fades, TheThe Fades 18 March ABC2 United Kingdom [153]
Transporter: The Series 20 March FX United States
Germany
Canada
France
[154]
Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan 23 March ABC2 United Kingdom [155]
Dog With a Blog 25 March Disney Channel United States [citation needed]
Marco Pierre White's Kitchen Wars 28 March SBS One United Kingdom [156]
Lilyhammer 30 March SBS One Norway [157]
Toy Hunter 2 April A&E United States [158]
Following, TheThe Following 9 April Nine Network United States [159]
What's Your Emergency? 10 April Nine Network United Kingdom [160]
Mrs Biggs 14 April Seven Network United Kingdom [161]
Parkinson: Masterclass 14 April ABC1 United Kingdom [162]
Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown 15 April CNN United States [163]
Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal 15 April Go! Japan [citation needed]
Da Vinci's Demons 16 April FX United States [164]
Hannibal 17 April Seven Network United States [161]
Strangeways 17 April Seven Network United Kingdom [citation needed]
Citizen Khan 18 April Seven Network United Kingdom [165]
Defiance 18 April SF Channel United States [166]
Crash & Bernstein 19 April Disney Channel United States [citation needed]
Urban Secrets 19 April SBS One United Kingdom [167]
Chasing The Saturdays 23 April E! United States [168]
Arrow 1 May[b] Nine Network United States [169]
Attenborough: 60 Years in the Wild 6 May Network Ten United Kingdom [170]
Gok's Style Secrets 15 May LifeStyle You United Kingdom [171]
Longmire 15 May GEM United States [172]
Bates Motel 20 May (on demand)
26 May
Fox8 United States [173]
Major Crimes 20 May Nine Network[c] United States [174]
Beauty & the Beast 22 May Network Ten[d] United States [175]
Americans, TheThe Americans 27 May Network Ten United States [176]
Audience, TheThe Audience 27 May ABC2 United Kingdom [177]
Would You Rather...? with Graham Norton 30 May One United States [178]
Brain Games 2 June National Geographic Channel United States [179]
Killer Karaoke 9 June Comedy Channel, TheThe Comedy Channel United States [180]
Sex Show, TheThe Sex Show 11 June SBS Two Norway [181]
Chosen 16 June FX United States [182]
Hotel Hell 17 June Nine Network United States [183]
Vice 19 June Fox8 United States [184]
Under the Dome 25 June Network Ten United States [185]
Mickey Mouse 1 July Disney Channel United States [citation needed]
Red Widow 1 July Seven Network United States [186]
Cardinal Burns 2 July Comedy Channel, TheThe Comedy Channel United Kingdom [187]
Ray Donovan 2 July Showcase United States [188]
Twisted 9 July Fox8 United States [189]
Wanted Life, TheThe Wanted Life 9 July E! United States [190]
Bridge, TheThe Bridge 11 July FX United States [191]
Broadchurch 12 July ABC1 United Kingdom [192]
Mankind: The Story of All of Us 12 July History Channel, TheThe History Channel [citation needed]
Bible, TheThe Bible 16 July Nine Network United States [193]
Legit 25 July Comedy Channel, TheThe Comedy Channel United States [194]
Ripper Street 28 July Network Ten United Kingdom
United States
[195]
Cyndi Lauper: Still So Unusual 4 August Bio. United States [196]
Mr. Selfridge 5 August Seven Network United Kingdom [197]
Hotel Secrets 5 August Seven Network United Kingdom [198]
Brickleberry 7 August Comedy Channel, TheThe Comedy Channel United States [199]
Princesses: Long Island 7 August Arena United States [200]
Vikings 8 August SBS One United States [201]
Banshee 14 August Fox8 United States [202]
Million Dollar Intern 25 August BBC Knowledge United Kingdom [203]
City Girl Diaries 26 August Style Network United States
Low Winter Sun 27 August[e] FX United States [204]
Unsupervised 4 September Eleven United States [205]
Save with Jamie 5 September Network Ten United Kingdom [206]
White Queen, TheThe White Queen 5 September SoHo United Kingdom [207]
Hello Ross 7 September E! United States [208]
Bethenny 10 September Arena United States [209]
In the Flesh 10 September SBS Two United Kingdom [210]
Rise of the Continents 10 September ABC1 United Kingdom [211]
Sleepy Hollow 17 September Network Ten United States [212]
Madhur Jaffrey's Curry Nation 22 September SBS One United Kingdom [213]
From Scratch 23 September SBS One United Kingdom [214]
Big School 24 September Nine Network United Kingdom [215]
Face, TheThe Face 24 September Fox8 United States [216]
Neighbors, TheThe Neighbors 28 September Seven Network United States [217]
Penguins: Spy in the Huddle 28 September Network Ten United Kingdom [170][218]
Classic Car Rescue 28 September 7mate United States [219]
Inside West Coast Customs 28 September 7mate United States [220]
Family Tools 29 September Seven Network United States [221]
Baby Daddy 29 September Fox8 United States [222]
Blacklist, TheThe Blacklist 30 September Seven Network United States [223]
Mistresses 30 September Seven Network United States [224]
Million Dollar Catch 30 September One New Zealand [225]
Hello Ladies 30 September Showcase United Kingdom [226]
Family S.O.S. with Jo Frost 1 October Discovery Home & Health United States [227]
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. 2 October Seven Network United States [228]
Men at Work 2 October Seven Network United States [229]
Masters of Sex 3 October SBS One United States [230]
Deception 4 October 7Two Ireland [231]
Doc McStuffins 4 October Disney Channel United States [232]
Full Force Nature 5 October 7Two United States [233]
Secret Life of Predators 6 October National Geographic Channel United States [234]
Q Pootle 5 7 October ABC2 United Kingdom [235]
Live at the Electric 7 October SBS2 United Kingdom [236]
Doozers, TheThe Doozers 7 October Disney Channel United States [232]
Hostages 9 October[f] Nine Network United States [237]
Political Animals 9 October Nine Network United States [238]
Orange Is the New Black 9 October Showcase United States [239]
Doomsday Bunkers 10 October 7mate United States [240]
Liv and Maddie 11 October Disney Channel United States [citation needed]
Sam & Cat 11 October Nickelodeon United States [241][242]
24/7 Wild 12 October SBS One United Kingdom [243]
Sullivan & Son 12 October Nine Network United States [244]
North Sea, TheThe North Sea 12 October 7mate United Kingdom [245]
Super Fun Night 15 October Nine Network United States [246]
Pagans and Pilgrims 15 October SBS One United Kingdom [247]
Vinnie Jones: Russia's Toughest 15 October National Geographic Channel United Kingdom [248]
God, Guns & Automobiles 16 October A&E United States [249]
Real Husbands of Hollywood 16 October Comedy Channel, TheThe Comedy Channel United States [250]
Returned, TheThe Returned 16 October Studio France [251]
Jamie and Jimmy's Food Fight Club 17 October Network Ten United Kingdom [252]
Fall, TheThe Fall 19 October UKTV United Kingdom [253]
Sunny Skies 20 October Eleven New Zealand [254]
Crazy Ones, TheThe Crazy Ones 20 October Fox8 United States [255]
Big Angry Fish 21 October One New Zealand [256]
Zach Stone Is Gonna Be Famous 21 October MTV United States [257]
Hounds 24 October One New Zealand [258]
I Dream of NeNe: The Wedding 24 October Arena United States [259]
The New Atlanta 24 October Arena United States [259]
A Different Breed 25 October ABC2 United Kingdom [260]
Oprah's Master Class 27 October Discovery Home & Health United States [261]
David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities 3 November Network Ten United Kingdom [262]
Soup Investigates, TheThe Soup Investigates 3 November E! United States [263]
Bear Grylls: Escape From Hell 13 November Discovery Channel United States [264]
Originals, TheThe Originals 13 November Go! United States [265]
Secrets of Wild India 17 November Nine Network United Kingdom [266]
Hellfjord 18 November SBS One Norway [267]
Underbelly NZ: Land of the Long Green Cloud 28 December Go! New Zealand [268]
Taste, TheThe Taste 29 December GEM United States [269]

Telemovies[edit]

Domestic telemovie premieres on Australian television in 2013
Telemovie Original airdate(s) Network Ref
Cliffy 26 May ABC1 [59]
I Am You 18 August ABC1 [270]
An Accidental Soldier 15 September ABC1 [271]
Carlotta 2013 ABC1 [272]
Broken Shore, TheThe Broken Shore 2013 ABC1 [273]
Sundowner TBA Nine Network [274]
International telemovie premieres on Australian television in 2013
Telemovie Original airdate(s) Network Country of origin Ref
Case Sensitive: The Other Half Lives 4 May ABC1 United Kingdom [275]
Sharknado 26 July Universal Channel United States [276]
Teen Beach Movie 9 August Disney Channel United States [277]
Killing Kennedy 19 November National Geographic Channel United States [278]
Reckless TBA Network Ten United States [279]
Room on the Broom TBA ABC 4 Kids (ABC2) United Kingdom [280]

Miniseries[edit]

Domestic miniseries premieres on Australian television in 2013
Miniseries Original airdate(s) Network Ref
Top of the Lake 24 March UKTV [281]
Paper Giants: Magazine Wars 2, 9 June ABC1 [59]
Better Man 25 July, 1 August SBS One [282]
Power Games: The Packer-Murdoch War 8, 15 September Nine Network [283]
Gallipoli Story, TheThe Gallipoli Story TBA (Foxtel) [284]
House of Hancock, TheThe House of Hancock TBA (Foxtel) [285]
International miniseries premieres on Australian television in 2013
Miniseries Original airdate(s) Network Country of origin Ref
Labyrinth 27 January, 3 February SoHo Germany
South Africa
[22]
Hatfields & McCoys 1 June Showcase United States [286]
Political Animals 9 October Nine Network United States [287]
Secret State 23 November UKTV United Kingdom [288]

Documentary specials[edit]

Domestic documentary premieres on Australian television in 2013
Documentary Original airdate(s) Network Ref
Dirty Business: How Mining Made Australia 6 January SBS One [289]
Coniston 14 January ABC1 [290]
Train: The Granville Disaster, TheThe Train: The Granville Disaster 18 January History Channel, TheThe History Channel [22]
ABBA: Bang a Boomerang 30 January ABC1 [291]
Jabbed: Love, Fear and Vaccines 26 May SBS One [292]
Fat and Back 22 July One [293]
Malcolm Naden: Australia's Most Hunted 11 September Seven Network [294]
Eric Smith: Not Finished Yet 12 September Studio [295]
Kakadu 6 October ABC1 [296]
Yagan 6 October ABC1 [297]
The Art of Australia 22 October ABC1 [298]
JFK: The Smoking Gun 3 November SBS One [299]
The Artist's Story: Tina Arena 21 November Max [300]
Body Line: The Ultimate Test TBA TBA [301]
Canberra Confidential TBA ABC1 [302]
Ian Thorpe: The Swimmer TBA ABC1 [302]
Life on Us TBA SBS One [303]
Once Upon a Time in Carlton TBA SBS One [303]
Once Upon a Time in Punchbowl TBA SBS One [304]
Our Little Secret TBA ABC1 [305]
Race for Beauty TBA SBS One [303]
Peter Sculthorpe, A Journey Through My Life TBA ABC1 [302]
Sharp End, TheThe Sharp End TBA ABC1 [302]
Surgery Ship TBA SBS One [304]
War That Changed Us, TheThe War That Changed Us TBA ABC1 [306]
Welcome to Puntland TBA SBS One [303]
International documentary premieres on Australian television in 2013
Documentary Original airdate(s) Network Country of origin Ref
Welcome to India 2 January SBS One United Kingdom [307]
Our Queen 9, 16 May ABC1 United Kingdom [308]
Dear mother, Love Cher 12 May Bio. United States [309]
Fighters, TheThe Fighters 17, 18 May CNN International United States [310]
The Grammar of Happiness 2 July ABC1 United States [311]
Agnetha: ABBA and After 2 July Nine Network United Kingdom [312]
Abba: When Four Becomes One 3 September Seven Network United Kingdom [313]
Abba: Absolute Image 10 September Seven Network United Kingdom [314]
Sound City 12 September Max United States [315]
The Man with the Biggest Testicles 25 September Seven Network United Kingdom [316]
H G Wells: War with the World 27 September History United Kingdom [317]
Rihanna 777 29 September Channel [V] United States [318]
I'm a Teenage Grandmother 10 October Seven Network United Kingdom [319]
Autopsy on a Dream 20 October ABC1 United Kingdom [320]
David Attenborough: Animal Attraction 20 October Network Ten United Kingdom [321]
Crazy About One Direction 22 October Go! United Kingdom [322]
Attenborough's Ark 27 October Network Ten United Kingdom [323][324]
Giant Otters of the Amazon TBA Network Ten United Kingdom [325]
Living with Baboons TBA Network Ten United Kingdom [326]
Operation Iceberg TBA Network Ten United KIngdom [327]
Snow Babies TBA Network Ten United Kingdom [328]

Specials[edit]

Domestic television special premieres on Australian television in 2013
Television special Original airdate(s) Network(s) Ref
Adam Hills Stands Up Live 23 January ABC1 [329]
Australian of the Year 2013 25 January ABC1 [330]
Australia Celebrates 2013 25 January ABC1 [331]
Australia Day Showdown: You Can Never Be Too Australian, TheThe Australia Day Showdown: You Can Never Be Too Australian 26 January Network Ten [332]
2012 Melbourne International Comedy Festival Great Debate 27 January Network Ten [333]
2nd AACTA Awards 2013 30 January Network Ten [334]
The Allan Border Medal 2013 4 February GEM [335]
Shock, Horror, Aunty. 6, 13 February ABC1 [336]
Seven News Special: Drugs in Footy Summit 14 February Seven Network [337]
Hello. My name is Flume. 22 February Channel [V] [338]
Future Music Festival 2013 16 March Channel [V] [339]
2013 MTV Movie Awards 15 April MTV Australia [340]
People's Forum with Tony Abbott, TheThe People's Forum with Tony Abbott 18 April Sky News Australia [341]
People's Forum with Julia Gillard, TheThe People's Forum with Julia Gillard 22 April Sky News Australia [342]
2013 Melbourne International Comedy Festival Debate 11 May Network Ten [343]
Biggest Loser's Biggest Ever Makeovers, TheThe Biggest Loser's Biggest Ever Makeovers 24 June, 1 July Network Ten [344]
Killing Bin Laden: A Ten News Special 25 June Network Ten [345]
Brendon Burns: So I Suppose This is Offensive Now 19 July Comedy Channel, TheThe Comedy Channel [346]
Bali: The Dark Side of Paradise 21 July Nine Network [347]
It's Cabaret 22 July Studio [348]
Anh Does Britain 23, 30 July Seven Network [349]
Brendon Burns: Sober Not Clean 26 July Comedy Channel, TheThe Comedy Channel [346]
2013 Helpmann Awards 29 July Arena [350]
Shadow of Doubt 29 July Crime & Investigation Network [351]
Cosentino: The Magic, The Mystery, The Madness 27 August Seven Network [352]
2013 Deadly Awards 15 September SBS One [353]
Just for Laughs: Aussies in Montreal 18 September Seven Network [354]
Paul Kelly: Stories Of Me 27 October ABC1 [355]
No Laughing Matter 1 November The Comedy Channel [356]
2013 Walkley Awards 28 November ABC3 [357]
2013 ARIA Awards 1 December Go! [358]
International television special premieres on Australian television in 2013
Television special Original airdate(s) Network(s) Country of origin Ref
New Year's Day Concert 1 January SBS One Austria [359]
70th Golden Globe Awards 14 January Arena United States [22]
Just For Laughs: Montreal Comedy Festival Gala 2012 20 January Network Ten Canada [360]
19th Screen Actors Guild Awards 28 January TV1 United States [22]
2013 Billboard Music Awards 27 February SBS One United Kingdom [361]
Selling Spelling Manor 18, 25 April LifeStyle Home United States [362]
Ryan Seacrest with the Kardashians 26 April E! United States [363]
Gok Wan: Made in China 2 May LifeStyle You United Kingdom [171]
2013 Billboard Music Awards 20 May Channel [V] United States [364]
2013 Guys' Choice Awards 22 June FX United States [365]
Will & Kate Plus One 20 July CNN United States [366]
David Bowie: Five Years in the Making of an Icon 24 July ABC2 United Kingdom [367]
Doctor Who Revisited 18 August UKTV United States [368]
65th Primetime Emmy Awards 23 September Fox8 United States [369]
Bravest Girl in the World, TheThe Bravest Girl in the World 14 October CNN United States [370]
Crazy About One Direction 22 October Go! United Kingdom [371]
Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union TV Song Festival 2013 9 November SBS2 Vietnam [372]

Programming changes[edit]

Changes to network affiliation[edit]

Criteria for inclusion in the following list is that Australian premiere episodes will air in Australia for the first time on the new network. This includes when a program is moved from a free-to-air network's primary channel to a digital multi-channel, as well as when a program moves between subscription television channels – provided the preceding criteria is met. Ended television series which change networks for repeat broadcasts are not included in the list.

Domestic television series which changed network affiliation in 2013
Program Date New network Previous network Ref
It's Academic 1 January 7Two Seven Network
Match It 1 January 7Two Seven Network
Yamba's Playtime 1 January Go! Nine Network
William & Sparkles' Magical Tales 1 January Go! Nine Network
Pyramid 1 January Go! Nine Network
Kitchen Whiz 1 January Go! Nine Network
Wakkaville 5 January Go! Nine Network
Pixel Pinkie 5 January Go! Nine Network
Fast Forward's Funniest Send-Ups 31 January One Seven Network
Kids' WB 16 February Go![g] Nine Network [373]
Reef Doctors 29 June Eleven Network Ten (Axed after Two Episodes)
Australia's Got Talent 11 August Nine Network Seven Network [374]
Wurrawhy 4 November Eleven Network Ten
Totally Wild 4 November Eleven Network Ten
Scope 7 November Eleven Network Ten
Mako: Island of Secrets 8 November Eleven Network Ten
Paradise Cafe 9 November Eleven Network Ten
Vicky the Viking 9 November Eleven Network Ten
H2O: Just Add Water 9 November Eleven Network Ten


International television series which changed network affiliation in 2013
Program Date New network Previous network Country of origin Ref
American Idol 17 January Network Ten Fox8 United States [375]
The Looney Tunes Show 1 July Boomerang Cartoon Network United States [376]
Peppa Pig TBA CBeebies Nick Jr. United Kingdom

Free-to-air premieres[edit]

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

Program Date Free-to-air network Subscription network(s) Country of origin Ref
Outback Wrangler 6 January One Nat Geo Wild Australia [377]
Mark Berg's Fishing Addiction 7 January One LifeStyle Australia [378]
Hell on Wheels 7 January ABC2 FX United States [379]
Extreme Engineering 25 January 7mate Discovery Science United States [380]
Monster Jam 26 January One Speed United States [381]
Creative Minds 26 January SBS One Studio Australia [382]
Python Hunters 28 January One Nat Geo Wild United States [383]
American Restoration 28 January 7mate A&E United States [384]
Auction Hunters 5 February Go! Discovery United States [385]
Aqua Teen Hunger Force 1 April SBS2 The Comedy Channel United States
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 30 June Eleven Nickelodeon United States
My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic 4 August Eleven Boomerang United States
Inventions That Shook The World 24 September 7Two History United States [386]
Lost Girl 1 October SBS2 Sci Fi Canada [387]
Never Mind the Buzzcocks 3 October ABC2 BBC UKTV United Kingdom [388]
Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 8 October Eleven Arena United States [389]
Beyond Survival 14 October SBS2 Discovery Canada [390]
Hardliners 21 October One A&E Australia [391]
The Sarah Silverman Program 30 October SBS2 The Comedy Channel United States [392]
Revolution 5 November Nine Network Fox8 United States [393]

Subscription premieres[edit]

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

International television series that premiered on Australian free-to-air television in 2012
Program Date Free-to-air network Subscription network(s) Country of origin Ref

Endings[edit]

Ending domestic television series on Australian television in 2013
Program End date Network Start date Ref
Celebrity Splash! 16 May Seven Network 29 April
Nine Afternoon News (local edition) 28 June Nine Network (Perth) 2012 [394]
Packed to the Rafters 2 July Seven Network 2008 [395]
Before the Game 27 September Network Ten 1 March 2003
Dance Academy 30 September ABC3 2010 [396]
The Game Plan (NRL) 3 October One 2011 [397]
Nine News at 7.00 25 October[h] GEM 5 August
Inside Business 1 December ABC1 2002 [398]
Deal Or No Deal 29 November Seven Network 13 July 2003 2003

Returning this year[edit]

Returning domestic television series on Australian television in 2013
Program Return date Network Original run Ref
Mole, TheThe Mole 2 July Seven Network 2000–2005 [399]
Talking Footy 26 August Seven Network 1994–2002 [400]

Notes[edit]

  • a The Last Leg was originally scheduled to air on 17 February 2013[401] before being rescheduled to premiere on 6 February 2013 instead.[147]
  • b Arrow was originally scheduled to air on 16 April 2013[402] before being rescheduled to premiere on 1 May 2013 instead.[169]
  • c After being removed from the Nine Network's schedule due to poor ratings, Major Crimes began airing on Nine's digital multichannel GEM from 24 June instead.[403]
  • d The pilot episode of Beauty and the Beast originally screened on Network Ten, however—due to poor ratings—subsequent episodes aired on Ten's digital multichannel Eleven instead.[175]
  • e Low Winter Sun was originally scheduled to air on 13 August before being rescheduled to premiere on 27 August instead.[204]
  • f Hostages was originally scheduled to air on 2 October before being rescheduled to premiere on 9 October instead.[237]
  • g Although the Kids' WB block had aired on Go! since the channel's launch in 2009, it had also continued airing episodes on the Nine Network until 31 December 2012. Starting 1 January, the entire children's programming along with Kids' WB began to air solely on GO! due to new fines in the Nine Network Code of Practice.[373]

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