2014 in Australian television

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This is a synoptic list of events and premieres which occurred, in 2014 in Australian television, the 59th year of continuous operation of television in Australia.

List of years in Australian television

Events[edit]

Deaths[edit]

Premieres[edit]

Domestic series[edit]

List of domestic television series premieres
Program Original airdate Network Source
Darren Robertson's Charcoal Kitchen 2 January LifeStyle Food [27]
Get Ace 19 January Eleven [28]
Meet the Frockers 23 January LifeStyle You [29]
Coastwatch Oz 30 January Seven Network [30]
Hello Birdy 1 February ABC [31]
Haunting: Australia 3 February Syfy [32]
Hoopla Doopla 10 February ABC 4 Kids (ABC2) [33]
Young, Lazy and Driving Us Crazy 13 February Seven Network [34]
Love Child 17 February Nine Network [35]
Move It 17 February GO! [36]
Fat Tony & Co. 23 February Nine Network [37]
Real Housewives of Melbourne, TheThe Real Housewives of Melbourne 23 February Arena [38]
Inside Story 26 February Nine Network [39]
Janet King 27 February ABC [40]
Secrets & Lies 3 March Network Ten [41]
Lost with the Boys 6 March Tenplay (online) [42]
Plonk 11 March Eleven [43]
Face Australia, TheThe Face Australia 18 March Fox8 [44]
Tipping Points, TheThe Tipping Points 23 March NITV [45]
Pits, TheThe Pits 6 April Network Ten [46]
Wacky World Beaters 6 April ABC3 [47]
Gods of Wheat Street, TheThe Gods of Wheat Street 12 April ABC [48]
Crimes that Shook Australia 16 April Crime & Investigation Network [49]
Worst Year of My Life, Again 26 April ABC3 [50]
Jonah from Tonga 2 May (online streaming)
7 May
ABC iview
ABC
[51]
Flamin' Thongs, TheThe Flamin' Thongs 9 May ABC3 [52]
Unplanned America 12 May SBS 2 [53]
Bogan Hunters 13 May 7mate [54]
When Loves Comes to Town 20 May Nine Network [55]
Old School 23 May ABC [56]
ManSpace 26 May GO! [57]
What Really Happens in Bali 27 May Seven Network [58]
Taking on the Chocolate Frog 2 June Studio [59]
Voice Kids, TheThe Voice Kids 22 June Nine Network [60]
The Barefoot Bandits 6 July Eleven [61]
Kinne 8 July 7mate [62]
Call of the Wallaby, TheThe Call of the Wallaby 15 July Fox Sports 1 [63]
Recruit, TheThe Recruit 16 July Fox8 [64]
Sam Fox: Extreme Adventures 20 July Eleven [65]
Village Vets Australia 24 July LifeStyle Channel, TheThe LifeStyle Channel [66]
Wild Australia 5 August Nat Geo Wild [67]
Dreamhouse, TheThe Dreamhouse 7 August ABC [68]
Back Seat Drivers 12 August ABC2 [69]
Bringing Sexy Back 12 August Seven Network [70]
Utopia 13 August ABC [71]
War That Changed Us, TheThe War That Changed Us 19 August ABC [72]
Living with the Enemy 3 September SBS [73]
Blue Zoo 8 September ABC3 [74]
Crash Test Mummies & Daddies 10 September ABC2 [75]
Keneally and Cameron 19 September Sky News Australia [76]
SellOut 22 September 7TWO [77]
Gold Coast Cops 29 September Network Ten [78]
Thursday Night Sport Show, TheThe Thursday Night Sport Show 2 October One [79]
Party Tricks 6 October Network Ten [80]
Fashion Bloggers 15 October Style Network [81][82]
Big Adventure, TheThe Big Adventure 19 October Seven Network [83]
Embassy, TheThe Embassy 19 October Nine Network [84]
Outback Rangers 1 November Nat Geo Wild [85]
Black Comedy 5 November ABC [86]

International series[edit]

List of international television series premieres
Program Original airdate Network Country of origin Source
Bad Education 2 January ABC2 United Kingdom [87]
Moaning of Life, TheThe Moaning of Life 2 January ABC United Kingdom [88]
Pokémon Black & White: Adventures in Unova 5 January Eleven Japan [citation needed]
Falcón 9 January SBS United Kingdom [89]
Beware the Batman 10 January GO! United States
True Detective 13 January Showcase United States [90]
Orphan Black 14 January SBS 2 Canada [91]
Agent Anna 15 January 7TWO New Zealand [92]
Michael J. Fox Show, TheThe Michael J. Fox Show 15 January Universal United States [93]
Gok's Summer Catwalk 16 January LifeStyle You United Kingdom [29]
Helix 16 January Fox8 United States [94]
Looking 20 January Showcase United States [29]
Robocar Poli 20 January GO! Korea
Pound Puppies (2010) 20 January Eleven United States
Nashville 22 January SoHo United States [95]
Vicious 27 January 7TWO United Kingdom [96]
Rabbids Invasion 28 January Nickelodeon United States
France
[97]
Tricked 2 February Seven Network United Kingdom [98]
Steven Universe 3 February Cartoon Network United States [99]
Rectify 6 February SBS United States [100]
Grojband 10 February ABC3 Canada
Klovn 17 February SBS Denmark [101][102]
Star-Crossed 18 February Fox8 United States [103]
Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, TheThe Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon 18 February Comedy Channel, TheThe Comedy Channel United States [104]
Cuckoo 19 February Comedy Channel, TheThe Comedy Channel United Kingdom [105]
Sheriff Callie's Wild West 15 March Disney Junior United States
Canada
[106]
King of the Nerds 23 March Eleven United States [107]
Resurrection 25 March Seven Network United States [108]
Tomorrow People, TheThe Tomorrow People 3 April Fox8 United States [109]
Bill's Kitchen: Notting Hill 7 April LifeStyle Channel, TheThe LifeStyle Channel United Kingdom [110]
I Didn't Do It 7 April Disney Channel United States [111]
King & Maxwell 8 April SoHo United States [112]
Mom 9 April Nine Network United States [113]
Hugh's Scandimania 10 April LifeStyle Channel, TheThe LifeStyle Channel United Kingdom [114]
Mighty Med 11 April Disney XD United States [115]
Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. 13 April Disney XD United States [115]
Intelligence 23 April Seven Network United States [116]
Millers, TheThe Millers 27 April Network Ten United States [117]
Fargo 1 May SBS United States [118]
Grandma's Boy 5 May Nat Geo People [119]
Katie Morag 5 May CBeebies United Kingdom [119]
Locomotion: Dan Snow's Railways 5 May History United Kingdom [119]
Tainted Love 5 May Bio. United States [119]
Thundermans, TheThe Thundermans 5 May Nickelodeon United States [119]
Tom and Jerry Show, TheThe Tom and Jerry Show 5 May Cartoon Network United States [119]
Uncle Grandpa 5 May Cartoon Network United States [119]
West End Salvage 5 May LifeStyle Home United States [119]
Blonde vs Bear 6 May Animal Planet United States [119]
Building Wild 6 May National Geographic Channel United States [119]
Hook It, Cook It 6 May Nat Geo People United Kingdom [119]
A Season at the Juilliard School 7 May Studio United States [119]
House of Food 7 May MTV United States [119]
Legacy, TheThe Legacy 7 May Studio Denmark [119]
Nigel Slater's Dish of the Day 7 May LifeStyle Food United Kingdom [119]
Paul Hollywood's Bread 7 May LifeStyle Food United Kingdom [110]
Southern Fried Homicide 7 May Discovery Channel United States [110]
Tickle 7 May Discovery Channel United States [110]
Valentine Warner's Wild Table 7 May Nat Geo People United Kingdom [119]
American Jungle 8 May A&E United States [119][120]
Genius of Invention 8 May BBC Knowledge United Kingdom [119]
Petrol Age 8 May Discovery Turbo Max United Kingdom [119]
War Hero in My Family 9 May History United Kingdom [119]
24: Live Another Day 12 May Network Ten United States [121]
Dads 18 May Eleven United States [122]
Enlisted 18 May Eleven United States [122]
Night Shift, TheThe Night Shift 29 May Universal United States [123]
Goldbergs, TheThe Goldbergs 5 June Seven Network United States [124]
Wander Over Yonder 9 June Disney XD United States [125]
Tunnel, TheThe Tunnel 15 June ABC United Kingdom
France
[126]
Autopsy: The Last Hours Of... 26 June Seven Network United Kingdom [127]
From Dusk till Dawn 1 July SBS 2 United States [128]
Extant 13 July Network Ten United States [129]
Rachel Allen's Cake Diary 13 July LifeStyle Food United Kingdom [130]
Rake 16 July Universal United States [131]
Sex Box 18 July SBS 2 United Kingdom [132]
Broad City 23 July Comedy Channel, TheThe Comedy Channel United States [133]
Devious Maids 24 July Universal United States [134]
Duck Quacks Don't Echo 26 July SBS United Kingdom [135]
Brooklyn Nine-Nine 28 July SBS United States [136]
Strain, TheThe Strain 30 July Fox8 United States [137]
Heston's Great British Food 31 July SBS United Kingdom [138]
Amazing World of Gumball, TheThe Amazing World of Gumball 3 August GO! United States
United Kingdom
Ireland
Musketeers, TheThe Musketeers 3 August BBC First United Kingdom [139]
Every Witch Way 4 August Nickelodeon United States [140]
Witches of East End 4 August Eleven United States [141]
Breathless 5 August BBC First United Kingdom [139]
Reign 5 August Fox8 United States [142]
Crisis 5 August ONE United States [141]
Fear, TheThe Fear 6 August BBC First United Kingdom [139]
Peaky Blinders 7 August BBC First United Kingdom [139]
Snow, Sex and Suspicious Parents 7 August ABC2 United Kingdom [143]
Blandings 8 August BBC First United Kingdom [139]
Hunderby 8 August BBC First United Kingdom [139]
Village, TheThe Village 9 August BBC First United Kingdom [139]
James May's Cars of the People 11 August BBC Knowledge United Kingdom [144]
To Catch a Smuggler 12 August Nine Network United States [145]
Outlander 14 August SoHo United States [146]
Reggie Yates's Extreme South Africa 20 August ABC2 United Kingdom [147]
Shetland 20 August BBC First Scotland [139]
British, TheThe British 22 August SBS United Kingdom [148]
Girl Meets World 25 August Disney Channel United States [149]
Prisoners' Wives 25 August BBC First United Kingdom [139]
Black Sails 26 August Showcase United States [150]
Frisky Business 29 August SBS 2 United Kingdom [151]
Sixties, TheThe Sixties 31 August SBS United States [152]
100, TheThe 100 4 September Fox8 United States [153]
Hidden Kingdoms 8 September Network Ten United Kingdom [154]
Friends with Better Lives 9 September Eleven United States [155]
A Young Doctor's Notebook 14 September BBC First United Kingdom [9]
Faking It 15 September MTV United States [156]
Packages from Planet X 15 September Disney XD United States
Canada
[157]
Wanda and the Alien 15 September Nick Jr. United Kingdom [157]
Gracepoint 3 October MTV United States [158]
Star Wars Rebels 3 October Disney XD United States [159]
NCIS: New Orleans 12 October Network Ten United States [160]
Avengers Assemble 12 October Disney XD United States [161]
Gotham 12 October Nine Network United States [160]
Wallykazam 13 October Nick Jr. United States [162]
Breadwinners 1 November Nickelodeon United States [163]
Penny Dreadful 6 November Showcase United States
United Kingdom
[164]
Henry Hugglemonster 20 November 7mate United States
United Kingdom
Ireland
The 7D 1 December Disney XD United States [165]
Flash, TheThe Flash 3 December Fox8 United States [160]
Librarians, TheThe Librarians 9 December Universal Channel United States [166]
Great British Sewing Bee, TheThe Great British Sewing Bee 15 December LifeStyle Channel, TheThe LifeStyle Channel United Kingdom [167]
Hardcore Pawn: Behind the Deal 15 December A&E United States [167]
Made in Chelsea: New York 15 December LifeStyle You United Kingdom [167]
Alaskan Women Looking For Love 16 December TLC United States [167]
Chrome Underground 16 December Discovery Turbo MAX United States [167]
Misfit Garage 16 December Discovery Turbo MAX United States [167]
Cordon 17 December Studio Belgium [167]
Epic Ink 17 December A&E United States [167]
To Catch a Killer 17 December CI Canada [167]
My Crazy Obsession 18 December LifeStyle You United States [167]
BritCam 19 December CI United Kingdom [167]
Pool Master, TheThe Pool Master 20 December Discovery Channel United States [167]
Tornado Alley 21 December Discovery Science United States [167]
Ready for Love 27 December Seven Network United States [168]
Hey Duggee 2014 ABC2 United Kingdom [169][170]
Almost Human Scheduled for 2014
but did not air
Nine Network United States [171]
Dead Boss Scheduled for 2014
but did not air
BBC First United Kingdom [9]
How to Live with Your Parents Unknown Eleven United States [141]
Jimmy's Grow Your Own Christmas Dinner Unknown LifeStyle Channel, TheThe LifeStyle Channel United Kingdom [110]
Marriage Boot Camp: Bridezillas Unknown Arena United States [172][173]
Mysteries of Laura, TheThe Mysteries of Laura Scheduled for 2014
but did not air
Nine Network United States [160]
Ravenswood Scheduled for 2014
but did not air
Nine Network United States [174]
Stalker Scheduled for 2014
but did not air
Nine Network United States [160]
Troy Scheduled for 2014
but did not air
Nine Network United States [171]
Tyrant Scheduled for 2014
but did not air
Network Ten United States [141]

Telemovies and miniseries[edit]

List of domestic telemovie and miniseries premieres
Program Original airdate(s) Network Source
Broken Shore, TheThe Broken Shore 2 February ABC [175]
INXS: Never Tear Us Apart 9 and 16 February Seven Network [176]
Schapelle 9 February[a] Nine Network [177]
Killing Field, TheThe Killing Field 4 May Seven Network [178]
Westbrook 28 August
4 September
CI [179]
Devil's Playground 9 September Showcase [180]
List of international telemovie and miniseries premieres
Program Original airdate(s) Network Country of origin Source
Bonnie & Clyde 21 and 28 June SoHo United States [181]
Sharknado 2: The Second One 31 July Syfy United States [182]
Burton & Taylor 3 August BBC First United Kingdom [139]
Politician's Husband, TheThe Politician's Husband 4, 11 and 18 August BBC First United Kingdom [139]
Ice Cream Girls, TheThe Ice Cream Girls 25 August BBC First United Kingdom [149]
Love Life 25 August BBC First United Kingdom [149]
Zapped 27 September Disney Channel United States [157]
Lucky Duck 15 November Disney Junior United States [183]
Over the Garden Wall 15 December Cartoon Network United States [167]

Documentaries[edit]

List of domestic television documentary premieres
Program Original airdate(s) Network Source
Life at 9 29 July
5 August
ABC [184]
How Australia Changed the World 21 December Discovery Channel [167]
88 2014 ABC [185]
Flying Miners, TheThe Flying Miners 2014 ABC [185]
Outback Choir 2014 ABC [185]
Waler: Australia's Great War Horse, TheThe Waler: Australia's Great War Horse 2014 ABC [185]
Who We Are 3 2014 (Foxtel) [185]
Wizards of Oz 2014 ABC [185]
List of international television documentary premieres
Program Original airdate(s) Network Country of origin Source
Green Day's Broadway Idiot 5 May Max United States [119]
Downloaded 17 July SBS 2 United States [186]
Smash His Camera 13 August Bio. United States [187]
Rugby Player, TheThe Rugby Player 20 August ABC2 United States [188]
Genius of Josiah Wedgwood, TheThe Genius of Josiah Wedgwood 25 August History United Kingdom [149]
Man Behind the Throne, TheThe Man Behind the Throne 25 August Studio Sweden [149]
Alan Partridge: Welcome to the Places of My Life 29 August BBC First United Kingdom [139]
Dive WWII 15 December History United Kingdom [167]
Love For Sale with Rupert Everett 15 December Studio United Kingdom [167]
Cavedigger 16 December Studio United States [167]
Children's Odyssey, TheThe Children's Odyssey 16 December History Germany [167]
Eastwood Directs: The Untold Story 17 December Bio. United States [167]
Scotland: Rome's Final Frontier 17 December History United Kingdom [167]
Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid 19 December History Germany [167]

Specials[edit]

List of domestic television special premieres
Program Original airdate(s) Network(s) Source
A Night with Roger Federer 8 January Seven Network [189]
This Is My Australia 17 January Network Ten [190]
Tim Minchin: So Live 24 January Comedy Channel, TheThe Comedy Channel [191]
3rd AACTA Awards 30 January Network Ten [192]
56th TV Week Logie Awards 27 April Nine Network [193]
E. J. Whitten Legends Game 1 July Nine Network [194]
Ian Thorpe: The Parkinson Interview 13 July Network Ten [195]
50 Years Young 3 August[c] Network Ten [196]
Farewell Simply Red 16 August Smooth [197]
Target: Style the Nation 30 September Seven Network
The 2014 Antenna Awards 1 October TVS Sydney
C31 Melbourne
31 Digital Brisbane
44 Adelaide
WTV Perth
E! Host Australia Search 2 October E!
2014 ARIA Awards 26 November Network Ten
Eleven
[198]
Apex Teenage Fashion Awards 21 December Aurora [167]
Pink: Live in Concert 31 December Nine Network
List of international television special premieres
Program Original airdate(s) Network(s) Country of origin Source
A Grammy Salute to The Beatles 23 February Arena
Fox8
Max
United States [199]
Still Open All Hours 25 April ABC United Kingdom [200]
Year in Pup Culture, TheThe Year in Pup Culture 5 May Animal Planet United States [119]
2014 MTV Video Music Awards 25 August MTV United States [201]
Tom Kerridge Cooks Christmas 17 December LifeStyle Food United Kingdom [167]
Lorraine Pascale: Fostering & Me 18 December LifeStyle You United Kingdom [167]
Barra MacNeils' Cape Breton Christmas 20 December Studio Canada [167]

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.

List of domestic television series which changed network affiliation
Program Date New network Previous network Source
Lotto Draws 1 January GO! (NSW only) Nine Network (NSW Only)
Oz Lotto Draws 1 January 7TWO Seven Network
Powerball Draws 1 January 7TWO Seven Network
Gold Lotto Draws 1 January 7TWO (Queensland only) Seven Network (Queensland only)
Tattslotto Draws 1 January 7TWO (Victoria, South Australia & Tasmania only) Seven Network (Victoria, South Australia & Tasmania only)
ABC 4 Kids block programming 3 February ABC 4 Kids ABC
Hi-5 House 24 February Eleven Nine Network [141]
'ABC Education programming 21 July ABC3 ABC
Behind The News 22 July ABC3 ABC
List of international television programs which changed network affiliation
Program Date New network Previous network Country of origin Source
Days of Our Lives 1 April Arena Nine Network United States
Yu-Gi-Oh! 14 April GO! Network Ten Japan
Americans, TheThe Americans 1 May SoHo FX United States [202]
Absolutely Fabulous 1 June GEM ABC
Agatha Christie's Poirot 1 July GEM ABC
Midsomer Murders 1 July GEM ABC
Horrid Henry 4 August Cartoon Network Boomerang United Kingdom
Fall, TheThe Fall Unknown BBC First UKTV Northern Ireland [9]
The Tom and Jerry Show 1 September Boomerang Cartoon Network United States [203]
Fairly Odd Parents 2 September Eleven ABC United States
Heartbeat 8 September GEM 7TWO United Kingdom

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.

List of international television programs which first aired on subscription television
Program Date Free-to-air network Subscription network(s) Country of origin Ref
Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, TheThe Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon 24 March ABC2 Comedy Channel, TheThe Comedy Channel United States [204]
Arrow 3 May Nine Network Fox8 United States
New Tricks 2014 Nine Network
GEM
ABC
BBC First United Kingdom

Returning programs[edit]

List of returning domestic television series
Program Return date Network Original run Ref
Spicks and Specks 5 February ABC 2005–2011 [205]
So You Think You Can Dance Australia 9 February Network Ten 2008–2010 [206]
Family Feud 14 July Network Ten
ONE[207]
Eleven[207]
1977–2006 (intermittently) [208]
Antenna Awards 1 October C31 Melbourne 2004–2010

Endings[edit]

List of domestic television series endings
Program End date Network Start date Ref
Today Tonight[b] 31 January Seven Network 1995
Ten Eyewitness News Early 23 May Network Ten 2013
Wake Up 23 May Network Ten 2013
Ten Eyewitness News Update 23 May Network Ten 2013
Ten Eyewitness News Morning 23 May Network Ten 2013
Ten Eyewitness News Late 23 May Network Ten 2013
A Place to Call Home 13 July Seven Network 2013 [209]
The Contrarians 12 September Sky News Australia Unknown [210]
Big Brother 26 November Nine Network 2001 (Ten)
2012 (Nine)
At the Movies 9 December ABC 2004

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  • a Schapelle was originally scheduled to air on 10 February[211] before being rescheduled to premiere on 9 February instead due to the impending release of the real-life Schapelle Corby.[177]
  • b Today Tonight was axed in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane (East Coast edition), however local versions continued to air in Adelaide and Perth. After TT's demise, Sunday Night became the only current affairs programme on the Seven Network.
  • c 50 Years Young was originally scheduled to air on 8 August[212] before being rescheduled to premiere on 3 August instead.[196]

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