2015 in Australian television

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This is a list of Australian television events and premieres that are scheduled to occur in 2015, the 60th year of continuous operation of television in Australia.

List of years in Australian television

Events[edit]

January[edit]

Date Event Source
1 The ABC's coverage of Sydney New Year's Eve is widely panned for the second consecutive year, with criticism of technical issues, lame skits and awkward interviews. Ratings were however slightly higher than the previous year. [1][2]
4 The City of Sydney announces it will put its 2015–16 Sydney New Year's Eve fireworks coverage to tender, following the conclusion of ABC's two-year contract. [3]
9 OzTAM reveals final ratings data for the 2014 television year, which takes into account consolidated viewing figures. It shows Seven Network was the most watched network with 30.1% share, Channel Seven was most watched primary channel with 21.7% share and GO! the most watched multichannel with 4.7% share. The most watched program of 2014 was the 2014 AFL Grand Final at 2,828,000 metro viewers. The Nine Network won all three key demographics except 55+ which was won by Seven Network. The most watched non-sport program (and second overall) was the announcement of the winners of My Kitchen Rules with 2,712,000 viewers. The highest-rated multichannel program was day six of the 2014 Commonwealth Games with 582,000 viewers on ONE, and The Hunger Games movie was most watched non-sport program with 458,000 viewers on GO! The second round semi-final AFL match between Hawthorn Hawks and Port Adelaide was most watched program on subscription television with 479,000 viewers on Fox Footy, and sport made up the entire list of top-20 most watched programs on Foxtel. [4]
12 Channel Nine airs the global launch of the Fast4 Tennis format, broadcasting an exhibition match between Roger Federer and Lleyton Hewitt live from Qantas Credit Union Arena in Sydney. [5][6]
15 Foxtel's movie streaming service Presto launches a television spin-off of its movie streaming service entitled Preto TV, as a joint venture with Seven West Media, the first of three major streaming companies launching in early 2015. [7][8][9]
16 SBS Director of TV and Online Tony Iffland quits the network, replaced by Marshall Heald. [10]
20 Sky News Australia rebrands its primary channel as "Sky News Live", dropping the "Sky News National" branding. [11]
26 Streaming service Stan, a joint venture between Fairfax Media and Nine Entertainment Co., officially launched. [12][13]
The twentieth anniversary of subscription television in Australia, following the launch of the Galaxy service on 26 January 1995. [14]
29 Channel Ten aired the 4th AACTA Awards. [15]
31 Channel Seven, Channel Nine and ABC Brisbane, as well as ABC News 24 and Sky News Australia nationally, broadcast coverage of the 2015 Queensland state election. Nine's coverage of 146,000 metro Brisbane viewers outrates other local coverage, with ABC News 24 outrating Sky News in national coverage. [16][17]

February[edit]

Date Event Source
1 Ten's Family Feud began airing on Sundays, bringing its run from five to six times weekly. [18]
2 Seven aired Super Bowl XLIX for the first time, as part of a five-year broadcast deal with the NFL, shared with ESPN. It would be watched by 354,000 viewers on Seven (up 144,000 viewers on the previous year broadcast on ONE), and another 94,000 on ESPN. [19][20][21]
8 The official 2015 OzTam television ratings period begins. [22]
In a rare programming move, Channel Seven will not air a traditional 6pm Seven News bulletin in capital cities, instead airing a documentary Inside the Siege: The Untold Story, featuring exclusive interviews with Melissa Doyle on the survivors of the 2014 Martin Place siege. [23]
9 From 9 February until 29 March, Fox Sports 3 features cricket programming exclusively, coordinating with the Australian hosted 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup. [24]
15 The second part of telemovie The House of Hancock goes to air with last minute edits and a disclaimer, following legal action from the series' subject Gina Rinehart, on the grounds of defamation. [25]
17 Russian based news channel RT (Russia Today) launches on the Foxtel platform on channel 658. [26]
Christian-based religious channel Daystar launches on the Foxtel platform on channel 193. [27][28]

March[edit]

Date Event Source
12 The subscription television industry's ASTRA Awards are held in Sydney, hosted by Giuliana Rancic. Sky News Australia wins the major award of 'channel of the year.' [29]
15 Horse racing subscription channel TVN closes, following a separation agreement between its NSW and Victorian shareholders [30]
Andrew 'Freddie' Flintoff wins the inaugural series of I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!. [31]
16 Millionaire Hot Seat gives away $540,000 to a contestant, a record for both the show and Australian afternoon game shows, eclipsing $535,500 given away by rival show Million Dollar Minute five months earlier. [32]
21 Sky Racing World will be replaced by Sky Thoroughbred Central, designed to cater to fans of thoroughbred racing following the earlier closure of TVN. Additionally, the channel will be moved to the basic teir of the Foxtel platform. [33]
22 Nominations for the 2015 Logie Awards are announced, with Andy Lee, Asher Keddie, Carrie Bickmore, Hamish Blake, Scott Cam and Stephen Peacocke all nominated for the Gold Logie. With 32 nominations, the ABC has the most of any network. Home and Away has the most nominations by a TV programme. [34]
23 Foxtel launches its next generation iQ3 set top box. [35]
24 American streaming service Netflix launches in Australia. [36]
27 Studio will be removed from the Foxtel platform, and its programming will continue solely on SBS ONE and SBS on Demand. [37]
Andrew Skarbek wins $1,016,000 on Million Dollar Minute, a record for an Australian afternoon game show (beating the previous record of Millionaire Hot Seat on 16 March), as well as the largest amount of money given away on Australian television (beating $1,000,000 prizes on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?, Big Brother and The Big Adventure). [38]
28 Foxtel Arts will launch on the Foxtel platform, as a replacement for Studio [37]
A two-hour timeshift channel for Foxtel Movies Disney launches on the Foxtel platform on channel 415. [39]
Channels Seven, Nine and the ABC in Sydney, as well as ABC News 24 and Sky News Live nationally, will provide coverage of the 2015 NSW state election. ABC Sydney's coverage was most watched with 157,000 viewers while Sky's national coverage rated lowest with 49,000 viewers. [40][41][42][43]
29 A two-week Easter break in OzTam television ratings begins. [22]
The final of the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup becomes the most watched event of the year to date, with an estimated 3.81 million national viewers watching the event between both Channel Nine and Fox Sports. [44]
31 The Seven Network renews its exclusive broadcast rights to the Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race until 2021. [45]

April[edit]

Date Event Source
10 The ABC's Australia Plus portal becomes the first mainstream western media outlet with a registered portal in China. [46]
12 Official OzTam ratings resume after a two-week non-ratings period over Easter. [22]
It is revealed Prime Minister Tony Abbott will meet in private with the CEOs of Seven, Nine and Ten during the week ahead to discuss possible media reform, which could result in mergers between companies. [47]
Fiona Falkiner will replace Hayley Lewis on this year's season of The Biggest Loser. Falkiner was previously a contestant on the program's first season. [48]
25 Ronan Keating reveals he will not return to The X Factor panel this year. Sister of pop superstar Kylie, Dannii Minogue confirms her return. [49]
26 The World Game reporter Scott McIntyre is sacked by broadcaster SBS over inappropriate anti-ANZAC tweets [50]
29 Dee and Darren Jolly win The Block taking home A$935,000 following the auction, the highest win in the shows' history. Collectively, the four couples took home $3,165,000 making it the most amount of money given away in a single episode by any television program worldwide. [51]
NITV make a formal complaint against ACT Police claiming one of its journalists was intimidated while filming a protest march in Canberra. [52]
30 Ten Network Holdings posts a net loss of A$264.4 million for the six months to March 2015. [53]

May[edit]

Date Event Source
3 The Project co-host Carrie Bickmore wins the Gold Logie at the 57th TV Week Logie Awards. [54]
It is announced that singers James Blunt and Chris Isaak will join returning judge Guy Sebastian and existing judge Dannii Minogue as judges on the upcoming season of The X Factor. [55]
4 Steve Flood and Will Stewart win the sixth season of My Kitchen Rules, becoming the first all male team to do so in the series' history. [56]
6 Residents from the Sydney suburb of Mount Druitt and the Mayor of Blacktown Stephen Bali lead a call for SBS ONE to dump its three part series Struggle Street, labelling it "poverty porn" and saying the series unfairly portrayed participants in the docu-series and stereotyping locals. Blacktown Council stages a protest using garbage trucks outside SBS offices in Artarmon. The series goes to air as planned, winning its timeslot nationally and is the most watched program on television that night in Sydney, with the controversy claimed for the record ratings. [57][58]
Daniel McPherson announces he will quit as host of Dancing with the Stars to focus on his acting career. [59]
7 Tracy Grimshaw, the host of the Nine Network's flagship current affairs programme A Current Affair is taken to hospital after she fell off a horse in Sydney. [60]
8 SBS sacks journalist Marion Ives over a post on Facebook. [61]
12 The Labor Party announces it will block proposed laws which would allow the partially Government funded SBS to run more adverts during primetime. [62]
The Government cuts AU$1 million in funding to Screen Australia, who in turn warn it may result in reduced funding of Australian produced television programs. [63]
13 SBS quits the Freeview group. [64]
20 SBS will broadcast the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest semi-finals and finals live for the first time in Australia, with Australia competing and voting for the first time in the annual event. [65]
22 WIN Television closes regional newsrooms in both Mildura and Mackay without warning, citing commercial viability. [66]
23 The Morning Show regular and radio presenter Glenn Wheeler speaks for the first time since awaking from a coma following a motorcycle accident in January. [67]
27 Sunrise co-host David Koch quits as chairman of the Organ and Tissue Authority after a Today Tonight story questioned the group's spending of public money, and additionally lashes out at Assistant Health Minister Fiona Nash for launching an inquiry after being lobbied by a third party lobby group. [68]
Both ABC and SBS managing directors Mark Scott and Michael Ebeid face a Senate estimates hearing. Among the topics discussed with Scott were aggressive interviewing during the 2015 Australian federal budget, whether Q&A is biased towards leftist politics and his own future at the ABC. Ebeid was asked about controversial series Struggle Street, the cost of Australia's participation in the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest, how American sitcoms such as 30 Rock comply with the SBS charter and SBS refusing to air an anti same-sex marriage ad during its coverage of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras. [69][70][71]

June[edit]

Date Event Source
5 The Australian Communications and Media Authority reports the ABC and four subscription services failed to meet captioning targets in 2014. [72]
8 Shane Bourne is announced the new co-host of Dancing with the Stars, while Adam Garcia will not return as a judge. [73]
11 Milk company A2 Milk begins legal precedings against ABC program The Checkout, accusing the program of deceptive and misleading conduct, which the ABC will defend. [74]
The X Factor host Luke Jacobz apologies to a court via a lawyer after he was charged with drink driving on 31 May in Sydney. [75]
A screaming Ben Ross breaks his arm during an arm-wrestling stunt live with Wendell Sailor on The Footy Show (NRL) [76]
15 Foxtel announces it will purchase a 15% stake of Ten Network Holdings for AU$77 million. The deal also sees Ten take a 24.99% stake in Multi Channel Network (MCN) and the option to take a 10% stake in Presto within two years. [77]
16 No Victorian horse races will be broadcast on television due to the Racing Victoria failing to get all Melbourne clubs support for a new broadcast deal with the Seven Network at the same time a deal with existing broadcaster Sky Racing expired. [78]
Seven News and Sunday Night presenter Chris Bath quits the network after twenty years, reportedly over a pay dispute. [79]
19 Seven News Sydney presenter Mark Ferguson renews his contract with the Seven Network with a record AU$1.75 million a year for the next five years. They have also signed Ferguson to host the advertisements for the network's Sydney News Bulletin. [80]
22 Racing Victoria gets all its members to agree to a new broadcast deal, which allows all Victorian horse racing events to be broadcast after a one-week absence. Races will be broadcast on a new Seven West Media owned digital channel which will officially launch in August. [81]
Jess and Ayden Hogan win the inaugural season of Reno Rumble. [82]
The ABC is widely criticised for allowing convicted criminal Zaky Mallah to ask a question of the panel on Q&A. During the live program, Mallah suggests the actions of the Australian Government meant Muslims were justified in joining terrorist group Islamic State. The Government launches an inquiry into the ABC's handling of the incident and security procedures at the broadcater's Ultimo studios. [83]
24 The Australian Senate votes against a proposed amendment allowing SBS to increase primetime advertising. [84]
30 A Perth court hears a drugs charge against reality star Brynne Edelsten. [85]

July[edit]

Date Event Source
4 SBS ONE will rebrand, which will involve reverting to its original name of SBS. [86][87]
The Seven Network's Martin Place newsroom is evacuated following an electrical fault. The network's Sydney news bulletin fails to get to air, with the Melbourne bulletin airing for 30 minutes in Sydney followed by an episode of Border Security: International. [88][89]
6 Prime Minister Tony Abbott demands his frontbench ministry boycott Q&A following Zaky Mallah's controversial appearance on the program two weeks prior. [90]
Sky News Business announces it will rebrand as Sky News Money during primetime and overnight on weekdays. [91]
13 It is revealed the Federal Government will launch a review into the Australian Communications and Media Authority. [92]
15 The X Factor host Luke Jacobz loses his licence for 12 months and is fined AU$700 after pleading guilty to drink driving [93]
20 The Australian Government announces it will review local content laws, following complaints by the Australian production industry that networks are using New Zealand content to fulfill local content quotas, which count as Australian productions under the Australia-NZ Economic Trade Agreement. [94]
Steve and Tiana Falzon are declared winners of the third season of House Rules. [95]
24 The ABC announces it will be phasing out its retail stores. [96]
25 Chris Bath leaves both Seven News and Sunday Night after 20 years with the news division of the Seven Network. [97]
27 Billie McKay wins the seventh season of MasterChef Australia. [98]

August[edit]

Date Event Source
2 The Seven Network launches court action against the Nine Network, claiming the latter's new reality cooking series The Hot Plate has infringed the copyright of Seven's My Kitchen Rules. [99]
6 A judges dismisses the Seven Network's legal action against The Hot Plate. [100]
7 Prime Minister Tony Abbott lifts a ban on his MPs appearing on the ABC's Q&A program. [101]
10 The Nine Network, Foxtel and Telstra sign a new NRL broadcasting deal, worth AU$185 million per year for the 2018–2022 seasons. [102]
17 Television personality Sophie Monk is allegedly groped by a member of the public while filming a challenge for the fourth season of The Celebrity Apprentice Australia. [103]
18 The Seven Network, Foxtel and Telstra announce a new AFL broadcasting deal, totalling AU$2.508 billion (or $418 million per year) for the 2017–2022 seasons. [104]
Nine Entertainment co. confirms the sale of its Willoughby studios for $147.5 million [105]
25 The ABC apologies to Prime Minister Tony Abbott for letting a tweet with the username @AbbottLovesAnal appear on screen during Q&A. [106]
27 The Australian Communications and Media Authority clears Leigh Sales of bias during a 7.30 interview with Joe Hockey in May. [107]
29 Seven West Media will officially launch its horse racing digital channel, Racing.com, on channel 78 [81][108]
30 Ellie Drennan is announced as the winner of the fourth season of The Voice. [109]

September[edit]

Date Event Source
2 Channel Seven announces it has acquired the broadcast rights for the first 7 seasons of The Big Bang Theory, after a deal with distributor Warner Bros starting in October. The Nine Network previously had full rights. [110]
Personalities and staff from Seven, Nine, TEN, ABC, 2UE, 2GB, Fairfax and News Corp gather for a benefit to support The Morning Show regular Glenn Wheeler, who is recovering from an accident earlier in the year. [111]
3 British pop star Ed Sheeran will appear in an episode of Home and Away [112]
Fox Sports and Foxtel announce a new NBL broadcasting deal, for the next 5 years between 2015/16-2019/20 seasons. [113]
7 Emma Freedman wins the fifteenth season of Dancing with the Stars. [114]
8 Anirudh wins the inaugural season of The Great Australian Spelling Bee. [115]
9 The ACMA finds the Nine Network's A Current Affair breached codes of practice on a story about religion in schools. [116]
10 The Donehue family win the inaugural (and most likely the only) season of Restaurant Revolution. [117]
21 Mitch Fifield replaces Malcolm Turnbull as the Minister for Communications. [118]
22 Details of the contract between the Seven Network and Australian Border Force over the access and production of Border Security: Australia's Front Line are revealed. [119]
23 The Seven Network obtains the rights to Swimming Australia events through to 2025. [120]

October[edit]

Date Event Source
2 Water floods the Seven News studios in Melbourne, forcing the live bulletin to film in another part of the building. [121]
4 The Nine Network stands down its NRL football commentator Andrew Johns following an "alleged intoxication incident". [122]
17 Dirty Laundry Live host Lawrence Mooney is banned from driving for a year after high range speeding offences. [123]
20 Bruce Gordon's WIN Television buys 13% of Nine Entertainment Co, giving him nearly 15% total ownership of the Nine Network's parent company. [124]
22 The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission approves Foxtel's 15% acquisition of Network Ten. [125]
Sasha is chosen by Sam Frost as winner of the inaugural season of The Bachelorette. [126]
Network Ten gets an injunction against the Daily Mail Australia after the latter publishes photos looking through a hotel window of the final couple of The Bachelorette before the show's finale aired. [127]
30 The Seven Network is found to have breached the code of practice by airing promos for an M-classified program in a G-classified timeslot. [128]

November[edit]

Date Event Source
1 The Bio. channel will cease broadcast [129]
3 Channel Seven, 7TWO and 7mate officially launch a live stream online, geo-located to local markets, although channel streaming is available in the week before the official launch. [130][131]
10 The Block contestant Suzi Taylor is taken to hospital following being found unconscious on the set of the program. She was released the same day suffering exhaustion. [132]
17 SBS launches the Food Network. [133]
SBS holds its upfronts event in Sydney, announcing 2016 programming. [134]
19 Network Ten will hold its annual upfronts event, highlighting their 2016 programming. [135]
26 Nine Network launches 9Life, and revives its HD channel 9HD. GEM moves to SD. [136]
28 The last day of the official 2015 OzTam television ratings period. [22]
29 9Life and Food Network will begin to be measured by OzTAM ratings. [137]

December[edit]

Date Event Source
1 Changes by the Australian Communications and Media Authority to the commercial television code of practice come into effect, with sweeping changes including allowing M and MA15+ rated programs to air an hour earlier from 7:30 pm and 8:30 pm respectively, PG rated programs to air all day, dumping the AV15+ rating as well as changes to alcohol and gambling advertising. [138]
14 Sam Wood and Snezana Markoski announce their engagement, months after the third season of The Bachelor ended. [139]
15 In the Mid-Year Economic Fiscal Outlook (MYEFO) released by the Federal Government, Screen Australia cops a $10.3 million cut, the third cut in under two years. Additionally, SBS gains $4.1 million. [140][141]
16 Sian Redgrave wins the second season of The Great Australian Bake Off [142]
Channel Nine was the first Australian Television Network to remove the Classification board and voice-over and replacing a pop-out Classification during the Program or Movie, following Channel Seven in January 2016 and Channel Ten in April 2016.

Channels[edit]

Channel launches[edit]

Closed channels[edit]

  • 15 March – TVN
  • 28 March – STUDIO (replaced by Foxtel Arts)
  • 31 October – Bio.
  • 26 November – eXtra2 (replaced by 9Life)
  • 20 December – TVS

Renamed channels[edit]

  • 1 August – 111 (was 111 Greats)
  • 26 November – 9Go! (was GO! channel)
  • 26 November – 9Gem (was GEM Channel)

Deaths[edit]

Ratings[edit]

For the 2015 calendar year, the Seven Network had the highest consolidated metro ratings share with 29% of the audience. Channel Seven was the most watched primary channel (20.4% share) and 7Two was the most watched multichannel (4.7% share). Of the twenty most watched programs, 13 programs were sports coverage, including the most watched program being the 2015 AFL Grand Final with 2.64 million viewers. The highest rated non-sport program was the announcement of the seventh season winner of MasterChef Australia with 2.2 million viewers.[160]

On subscription television, all but one of the top twenty most watched titles was sport, including the 2015 Cricket World Cup Final on Fox Sports 3, which topped the list with 616,000 viewers. The only non-sport program making the list was Game of Thrones which averaged 356,000 across its season.[160]

Premieres[edit]

Domestic series[edit]

List of domestic television series premieres
Program Original airdate Network Source
The Great Australian Race Riot 4 January SBS [161]
Prison Songs 4 January SBS [162]
Story Club 7 January ABC2 [163]
Black Tuesday: Rising From The Ashes 11 January Nine Adelaide [164]
Healthy Homes 24 January Network Ten [165]
Hinch Live 1 February[h] Sky News Australia [166]
I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! 1 February Network Ten [167]
Jillaroo School 1 February[c] ABC [168]
Winter 4 February Seven Network [169]
Hiding 5 February ABC [170]
Before and After 6 February 7TWO [171][172]
Shark Tank Australia 8 February Network Ten [173]
Gallipoli 9 February Nine Network [174]
Gogglebox Australia 11 February The LifeStyle Channel[f] [175][176]
Judith Lucy is All Woman 11 February ABC [177]
Outback ER 12 February ABC [178]
Express Yourself with Sean Choolburra and Friends 13 February NITV [179]
Australia: The Story of Us 15 February Seven Network [180]
Maximum Choppage 24 February ABC2 [181]
SA's Most Wanted 5 March Nine Adelaide [182]
Bubble Bath Bay 9 March ABC 4 Kids [183]
Tattoo Tales 1 April ABC2 [184]
The Friday Show 10 April Sky News Live [185]
Deadline Gallipoli 19 April showcase [186]
The Weekly with Charlie Pickering 22 April ABC [187]
8MMM Aboriginal Radio 29 April ABC2 [188]
My Ireland with Colin 29 April Seven Network [189]
Struggle Street 6 May SBS [190]
Luke Nguyen's United Kingdom 14 May SBS [191]
Married at First Sight Australia 18 May Nine Network [192]
Emma! 1 June ABC2
Emma! 1 June Seven Network
PVO NewsDay 1 June Sky News Australia [193]
To The Point 1 June Sky News Australia [193]
Changing Faces 2 July Style Network [194][195]
The Lucky Country 4 July Seven Network [196]
Glitch 9 July ABC [197]
Room 101 11 July[i] SBS [198]
Dr. Lisa to the Rescue 18 July Nine Network [199]
Little Lunch 20 July ABC3 [200]
Pawn Stars Australia 21 July A&E Australia [201]
Far Flung with Gary Mehigan 25 July Network Ten [202]
Restaurant Revolution 28 July Seven Network [203]
The Hot Plate 28 July Nine Network [204]
The Great Australian Spelling Bee 3 August Network Ten [205]
Saltwater Heroes 5 August Discovery Channel [206]
Restoration Australia 1 September ABC [207]
Event 6 September Foxtel Arts [208]
The Chase Australia 14 September Seven Network [209]
What Really Happens in Thailand 14 September Seven Network [210]
800 Words 15 September Seven Network [211][212]
The Bachelorette Australia 23 September Network Ten [175]
My Life in 50 Words or Less 5 October ABC3 [200]
Snake Boss 5 October Animal Planet [213]
The Principal 7 October SBS [214]
The Verdict 8 October Nine Network [215]
Beach Cops 11 October Seven Network [216]
The Ex-PM 14 October ABC [217]
Mesmerised 15 October Seven Network [218]
The Hype 17 October E! [219]
The Beautiful Lie 18 October ABC [220]
Sammy J & Randy in Ricketts Lane 18 October ABC [220]
Let's Talk About 30 October Presto [221]
Aussie BBQ Heroes 18 November Seven Network [222]
Baby Circle Scheduled for 2015
but did not air[223]
Network Ten [175]
Batavia TBA[a] Network Ten [224]
Family Law TBA[b] SBS [225]
The First ANZACs TBA Network Ten [175]
Gold Coast Medical Scheduled for 2015
but did not air[223]
Seven Network [210]
Maddie Parry: Tough Jobs TBA ABC2 [200]
Tashi TBA ABC3 [200]

International series[edit]

List of international television series premieres
Program Original airdate Network Country of origin Source
Euros of Hollywood 1 January Arena United States [226]
The Great Garden Revival 3 January The LifeStyle Channel United Kingdom [227]
Manufactured 4 January Discovery Science United States [227]
Playhouse Presents 4 January BBC First United Kingdom [226]
Chozen 5 January The Comedy Channel United States [228]
Inside Number 9 5 January BBC First United Kingdom [229]
Inspector Gadget 5 January Boomerang Canada [227]
You, Me & Them 6 January BBC First United Kingdom [227]
Bandit Patrol 6 January Nat Geo Wild United States [227]
AmeriCarna 7 January Discovery Turbo United States [227]
Dark Horse Nation 7 January A&E United States [230]
Edge of Alaska 7 January Discovery Channel United States [227]
Human Universe with Brian Cox 7 January ABC United Kingdom [231]
LeAnn & Eddie 7 January Arena United States [232]
Step Dave 7 January GEM New Zealand [233]
Thrift Hunters 7 January A&E United States [227]
Health Freaks 8 January LifeStyle You United Kingdom [234]
Plebs 8 January ABC2 United Kingdom [235]
The Art Of... 8 January Bio. United States [227]
Mary Berry Cooks 9 January Lifestyle Food United Kingdom [236]
BBQ Crawl 10 January A&E United States [237]
Eat: The Story of Food 10 January Nat Geo People United States [238]
Man Down 12 January SBS United Kingdom [239]
Uncle 12 January SBS United Kingdom [239]
Siblings 13 January ABC2 United Kingdom [235]
Supercar Superbuild 16 January Discovery Turbo United States [227]
50 Ways to Kill Your Lover 17 January CI Network United States [227]
Max & Shred 17 January Nickelodeon United States
Canada
[227]
The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore 20 January The Comedy Channel United States [240]
Tiny House Nation 20 January LifeStyle Home United States [227]
Nigel & Adam's Farm Kitchen 21 January LifeStyle Food [227]
Rattlesnake Republic 21 January Animal Planet United States [227]
Henry Danger 24 January Nickelodeon United States [227]
Mozart in the Jungle 26 January Stan United States [241]
Christina Milian Turned Up 27 January E! United States [242]
Cordon 27 January SBS 2 Belgium [243]
Transparent 27 January Nine Network[g] United States [244][245]
Railroad Alaska 28 January Discovery Channel United States [227]
Great Night Out 29 January BBC First United Kingdom [227]
Wild But True 30 January Discovery Kids United States [246]
Cristela 1 February FOX8 United States [247]
Celebrity Legacies 2 February Bio. United States [248]
Monsters Inside Me 2 February Animal Planet United States [249]
Mud, Sweat & Gears 2 February BBC Knowledge United States [250]
We're Talking Animals 2 February Discovery Kids [249]
Tom Kerridge's Best Ever Dishes 3 February LifeStyle Food United Kingdom [249]
Alaska Off-Road Warriors 4 February A&E United States [249]
Totally Rubbish 5 February Discovery Kids United States [249]
Cry Wolfe 6 February Discovery Channel United States [248]
Saving Hope 6 February SoHo United States [249]
The House That £100k Built 6 February 7TWO United Kingdom [171]
World's Best Chefs 7 February Nat Geo People [249]
Better Call Saul 9 February Stan United States [251]
Handsome Devils 10 February CI Network United States [248]
How to Get Away with Murder 10 February Seven Network United States [252]
Tattoos After Dark 10 February Eleven United States [253]
The Affair 10 February showcase United States [254]
Forever 11 February Nine Network United States [255]
Strictly Soulmates 14 February LifeStyle You United Kingdom [248]
Fortitude 15 February ABC United Kingdom [256]
Your Home in Their Hands 15 February LifeStyle Home United Kingdom [248]
Dates 16 February BBC First United Kingdom [248]
Foo Fighters: Sonic Highways 16 February Channel [V] United States [257]
Mammon 17 February SBS Norway [258]
The Moaning of Life 17 February BBC Knowledge United Kingdom [248]
Siba's Table 18 February LifeStyle Food [248]
Big Dreams, Small Spaces 19 February The LifeStyle Channel United Kingdom [248]
State of Affairs 19 February Seven Network United States [259]
Can't Get The Staff 20 February The LifeStyle Channel United Kingdom [248]
Transformers: Robots in Disguise 21 February Cartoon Network United States [260]
Richard Hammond's Wild Weather 23 February SBS United Kingdom [261]
How We Got to Now 26 February ABC United Kingdom [262]
Grantchester 28 February ABC United Kingdom [263]
Empire 1 March[j] Network Ten United States [264]
Witnesses 4 March SBS France [265]
K.C. Undercover 5 March Disney Channel United States [266]
Dig 6 March Stan United States [267]
Blaze and the Monster Machines 9 March Nick Jr. United States [268]
The Game 23 March BBC First United Kingdom [269]
The Odd Couple 23 March Network Ten United States [270]
Terror in the Skies 23 March National Geographic Channel United States [269]
The Adventures of Puss in Boots 24 March Netflix United States [271]
Bloodline 24 March Netflix United States [271]
Marco Polo 24 March Netflix United States [271]
Nail'd It 24 March LifeStyle You United States [269]
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt 24 March Netflix United States [271]
Z Nation 1 April Syfy United States [272]
Junior Paramedics 1 April BBC Knowledge United Kingdom [272]
Licence to Drill 1 April A&E United States [272]
Pilots Under Pressure 1 April Nat Geo People United States [272]
Mecum Dealmakers 2 April Discovery Turbo [272]
The Truth About Meat 2 April BBC Knowledge United Kingdom [272]
Underworld Inc. 2 April National Geographic Channel United States [272]
Killer Magic 3 April FOX8 United States [272]
Posh Pawn 3 April The LifeStyle Channel [272]
Barrett-Jackson 4 April Discovery Turbo [272]
Bella and the Bulldogs 4 April Nickelodeon United States [272]
Instant Mom 4 April Nickelodeon United States [272]
Sonic Boom 4 April Cartoon Network United States
France
[272]
Can't Stop 5 April BBC Knowledge United Kingdom [272]
The Grace Helbig Show 5 April E! United States [272]
House Vs House 5 April LifeStyle Home [272]
My Tiny Terror 5 April Animal Planet [272]
Double Divas 6 April Style Network United States [272]
Fashion Hunters 6 April Style Network United States [272]
Dual Survival 7 April Discovery Channel United States [272]
Friends to Lovers 7 April Arena United States [272]
Kingdom 7 April FX United States [272]
Border Country 8 April History Channel [272]
Magic of Silence 8 April Discovery Science [272]
Backroad Bounty 9 April A&E United States [272]
Marvel's Daredevil 10 April Netflix United States [273]
Turbo Pickers 10 April Discovery Turbo [272]
Kirby Buckets 11 April Disney XD United States [272]
Wolf Hall 11 April BBC First United Kingdom [272][274]
Almost Human 12 April Nine Network United States [275]
London Irish 12 April BBC First United Kingdom [272]
Stalker 12 April Nine Network United States [275]
Ainsley Eats The Street 13 April LifeStyle Food United Kingdom [272]
Donnie Loves Jenny 13 April Arena United States [272]
The Watch 13 April Nat Geo People [272]
Believe 15 April Nine Network United States [275]
Deadbeat 15 April The Comedy Channel United States [272]
Fear Thy Neighbour 15 April CI Network [272]
Our Girl 16 April ABC United Kingdom [276]
Miles from Tomorrowland 18 April Disney Junior United States [272]
Inside The Mind of a Serial Killer 19 April CI Network United States [272]
Togetherness 21 April showcase United States [272]
Deadly Dilemmas 22 April Discovery Science United States [272]
Good Work 22 April E! United States [272]
Truckers 23 April BBC First United States [272]
StarTalk 27 April National Geographic Channel United States [272]
Invent It Rich 29 April Discovery Science United States [272]
Brothers Green: EATS! 30 April MTV United States [272]
Best in Bridal 1 May LifeStyle You United States [277]
Unlivable 1 May LifeStyle Home United States [277]
Why Planes Crash 1 May Discovery Science United States [277]
Asia from Above 2 May History Channel United States [277]
Mob Wives Chicago 2 May Arena United States [277]
Wild Colombia 3 May Nat Geo Wild United States [277]
Alvin and the Chipmunks 4 May Nick Jr. United States
France
[278]
Gates 4 May BBC First United Kingdom [279]
Haunted Encounters 4 May Bio. United States [277]
In The Club 4 May BBC First United Kingdom [277]
The Ark 7 May Nat Geo People United States [277]
Grace and Frankie 8 May Netflix United States [280]
Buying the Beach 9 May TLC United States [277]
Fresh Off the Boat 10 May FOX8 United States [281]
Alex Polizzi's Secret Italy 11 May The LifeStyle Channel United States [277]
Hollywood Scandals 11 May Bio. United States [277]
Granite Flats 14 May Netflix United States [282]
Wayward Pines 14 May FX United States [277]
Indian Summers 16 May BBC First United Kingdom [277]
Get Blake! 17 May Nickelodeon United States
France
[283]
Little Charmers 18 May Nick Jr. United States
Canada
[278]
The Property Brothers at Home 18 May LifeStyle Home United States [277]
Life on the Dole 20 May Nine Network United Kingdom [284]
Between 21 May Netflix Canada [282]
Breaking The Faith 22 May TLC United States [277]
Bitten 24 May Presto Canada [282]
The Firm 24 May Presto Canada [282]
Matador 24 May Presto United States [282]
The Real Housewives of Cheshire 24 May Arena United States [277]
Rogue 24 May Presto Canada [282]
Taxi Brooklyn 25 May Netflix United States [285]
My Big Fat Fabulous Life 26 May TLC United States [277]
Skin Wars 26 May LifeStyle You United States [277]
The Messengers 27 May FOX8 United States [277]
The Passing Bells 28 May BBC First United Kingdom [277]
Aquarius 29 May Presto United States [286]
About A Boy 1 June FOX8 United States [287]
Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero 1 June Disney XD United States [288]
Raymond Blanc: How To Cook Well 1 June LifeStyle Food United States [288]
Tiny House Hunting 1 June LifeStyle Home United States [288]
Zip Zip 1 June Disney XD France [288]
Bridge The Gap 2 June Nat Geo People United States [288]
Last Days of the Nazis 2 June History Channel United States [288]
Martha Stewart's Cooking School 2 June LifeStyle Food United States [288]
Pawn Stars South Africa 2 June A&E South Africa [288]
Rods N' Wheels 2 June Discovery Turbo United States [288]
Danielle Bryk: Flip Addict 3 June LifeStyle Home United States [288]
New Money 3 June E! United States [288]
Wheels That Fail 3 June Discovery Turbo United States [288]
Angels Among Us 4 June SoHo United States [288]
Celebrity Closet Confidential 4 June Style Network United States [288]
Extreme ER 4 June Nat Geo People United Kingdom [288]
Lorraine Pascale: How To Be A Better Cook 4 June LifeStyle Food United States [288]
Critical Listing 5 June LifeStyle Home United States [288]
Rachel Allen's Everyday Kitchen 5 June LifeStyle Food United States [288]
Harvey Beaks 6 June Nickelodeon United States [288]
The Messengers 6 June FOX8 United States [288]
Ultimate Animals 6 June Nat Geo Wild United States [288]
Fail Army 7 June FOX8 United States [288]
Project Runway: Threads 7 June Arena United States [289]
Stuff Happens 7 June Discovery Science United States [288]
Black Jesus 8 June The Comedy Channel United States [288]
Cabin Fever 9 June National Geographic Channel United States [288]
Dead Again 9 June CI Network United States [288]
The Jennie Garth Project 9 June Style Network United States [290]
Judge Geordie 9 June MTV United States [288]
X-Ray Mega Airport 9 June Discovery Channel United States [288]
The Fashion Fund 10 June Bio. United States [288]
Ancient X-Files 11 June History Channel United States [288]
Dead End Express 11 June National Geographic Channel United States [288]
Hangar 1: The UFO Files 11 June History Channel United States [288]
Secret Eskimo Escape 12 June TLC United States [288]
Dark Matter 13 June Syfy United States [288]
CSI: Cyber 14 June Network Ten United States [291]
Power 14 June Stan United States [292]
Satisfaction 14 June showcase United States [293]
Mr Sloane 15 June BBC First United Kingdom [288]
Innovation Nation 17 June National Geographic Channel United States [288]
So You Think You'd Survive 17 June Discovery Science United States [288]
Vanity Fair Confidential 17 June CI Network United States [288]
A Very British Airline 19 June The LifeStyle Channel United States [288]
Bahama Blue 19 June Animal Planet United States [288]
Taking New York 21 June LifeStyle You United States [288]
Wild Indonesia 21 June Nat Geo Wild United States [288]
Little Women: LA 22 June Style Network United States [288]
Mother Funders 22 June Arena United States [294]
Halt and Catch Fire 23 June showcase United States [288]
Alone 24 June A&E United States [288]
Pregnant and Dating 24 June Style Network United States [288]
Banished 25 June BBC First United Kingdom [288]
7 Deadly Sins 27 June Nat Geo People United States [288]
Lip Sync Battle 29 June Nine Network United States [295]
Tessa and Scott 29 June LifeStyle You United States [288]
Allegiance 30 June SoHo United States [288]
Great Bear Stakeout 30 June Animal Planet United States [288]
Dark Temptations 1 July CI Network United States [296]
Big Fish Man 3 July Discovery Channel United States [296]
A.D. The Bible Continues 5 July Nine Network United States [297]
Britain's Best Canals With John Sergeant 5 July History Channel United Kingdom [296]
The Great Human Odyseey 5 July Discovery Channel United States [296]
Three Men Go to New England 5 July History Channel United States [296]
Welcome to Sweden 5 July The Comedy Channel United States [298]
8 Minutes 6 July CI Network United States [299]
8 Out of 10 Cats 6 July BBC UKTV United Kingdom [299]
Railways of The Great War 6 July History Channel United Kingdom [299]
Secrets of Great British Castles 6 July History Channel United Kingdom [299]
Yukon River Run 6 July National Geographic Channel United States [299]
Britain's Bloodiest Dynasty 7 July History Channel United Kingdom [299]
Glue 7 July SBS 2 United Kingdom [300]
Rugged Justice 7 July Animal Planet United States [299]
Strange Love 7 July TLC United States [299]
The Brink 7 July showcase United States [299]
The Last Alaskans 7 July Discovery Channel United States [299]
Wedding Betrayals 8 July LifeStyle You United States [299]
Shearing Gang 11 July A&E New Zealand [299]
Meet The Orangutans 13 July Animal Planet United States [301]
Zero Hour 13 July[d] Seven Network United States [302][303]
Hollywood Cycle 15 July E! United States [301]
Million Dollar Critic 15 July LifeStyle Food United States [301]
Safe House 15 July BBC First United Kingdom [301]
Finding Carter 16 July FOX8 United States [304]
Supertruckers 16 July Discovery Turbo United Kingdom [301]
For the Love of Cars 17 July Discovery Turbo United Kingdom [301]
Living in Secret 17 July Bio. United States [301]
Jacked 18 July A&E United States [301]
Nigel Slater: Eating Together 19 July LifeStyle Food United Kingdom [301]
Wild Arabia 19 July Nat Geo Wild United Kingdom [301]
Arctic Rescue 21 July Discovery Channel United States [305]
A Cook Abroad 21 July LifeStyle Food United Kingdom [305]
The Bachelor NZ 21 July LifeStyle You New Zealand [305]
Britain's Got the Builders In 22 July The LifeStyle Channel United Kingdom [305]
Born Naughty? 23 July LifeStyle You United Kingdom [305]
Building the Brand 23 July Discovery Science United States [305]
Fire in the Hole 24 July Discovery Channel United States [305]
Super Systems 24 July Discovery Science United States [305]
Ordinary Lies 25 July BBC First United Kingdom [305]
Young & Hungry 25 July FOX8 United States [306]
I Am Cait 27 July E! United States [307][308]
Critical 28 July BBC First United States [309]
Jodie Marsh On... 28 July TLC United Kingdom [309]
Stewarts and Hamiltons 28 July E! United States [309]
The Mysteries of Laura 29 July Nine Network United States [310]
Sons of Winter 30 July Discovery Channel United States [309]
Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp 31 July Netflix United States [311]
Matt Hatter Chronicles 1 August Cartoon Network United Kingdom
Canada
[312]
Kandi's Ski Trip 2 August Arena United States [309]
Island Feast With Peter Kuruvita 2 August Nat Geo People United States [309]
Sex with Brody 2 August E! United States [313][314]
Mr. Pickles 3 August The Comedy Channel United States [312]
Rogue 3 August SoHo United States [312]
George of the Jungle 3 August Cartoon Network Canada [312]
Star vs. the Forces of Evil 3 August Disney XD United States [315]
Outrageous Acts of Psych 3 August Discovery Channel United States [312]
Taiwan: Island Of Fish 4 August National Geographic Channel United States [312]
What Could Possibly Go Wrong? 4 August Discovery Science United States [312]
Is Your Dog A Genius? 5 August Nat Geo People United States [312]
Seven Days With... 5 August LifeStyle You United Kingdom [312]
Tyger Takes On... 5 August BBC Knowledge United Kingdom [312]
Billy Connolly's Big Send Off 6 August Bio. United Kingdom [312]
Game of Homes 6 August LifeStyle Home Canada [312]
Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell 6 August BBC First United Kingdom [312]
Weighing Up The Enemy 6 August LifeStyle You United Kingdom [312]
Mike's Ultimate Garage 7 August LifeStyle Home United States [312]
Bitten 8 August FOX8 United States [312]
Expedition Burma 9 August Nat Geo Wild United States [312]
Make It Pop 10 August Nickelodeon United States [316]
Knights 11 August History Channel United States [317]
The Great Chelsea Garden Challenge 11 August The LifeStyle Channel United Kingdom [317]
People Just Do Nothing 12 August Channel [V] United Kingdom [317]
The Interceptor 12 August BBC First United Kingdom [317]
Girl Meets Gown 13 August Style Network United States [317]
Secret Societies 13 August History Channel United States [317]
Catching Monsters 14 August Discovery Channel United States [317]
Donut Showdown 14 August LifeStyle Food United States [317]
The Auction House 14 August The LifeStyle Channel United Kingdom [317]
Mr. Robot 14 August Presto United States [318]
Epic Mancave Builds 15 August Discovery Channel United States [317]
Million Dollar Listing San Francisco 17 August Arena United States [319]
Show Me a Hero 17 August SoHo United States [319]
Tales of Irish Castles 17 August The History Channel United Kingdom [319]
China from Above 18 August National Geographic Channel United States [319]
Diabolical Women 18 August CI Network United States [319]
Incredible Engineering Blunders: Fixed 18 August Discovery Channel United States [319]
Man Up 18 August Style Network United States [319]
Texas Rising 19 August FX United States [319]
The Good Buy Girls 19 August Style Network United States [319]
Stammer School 20 August LifeStyle You United Kingdom [319]
The Missing Evidence 20 August The History Channel United States [319]
WAGS 20 August E! United States [320]
Hitler's Last Secrets 21 August The History Channel United States [319]
Lego Star Wars: Droid Tales 21 August Disney XD United States [319]
Tackle My Reno 21 August LifeStyle Home United States [319]
CCTV: Caught On Camera 22 August CI Network United Kingdom [319]
Fear The Walking Dead 24 August FX United States [321]
Ice Age Giants 24 August Animal Planet United Kingdom [321]
Manhattan Love Story 26 August Seven Network United States [322]
Red Band Society 26 August Seven Network United States [322]
Eddie Stobart's Excellent Adventures 27 August Discovery Turbo United Kingdom [321]
Narcos 28 August Netflix United States [323]
100 Things to Do Before High School 29 August Nickelodeon United States [324]
Attenborough's Ark 31 August Nat Geo Wild United Kingdom [325]
Ghost Town Gold 1 September GO! United States [326]
South Beach Tow 1 September GO! United States [326]
Treasure Quest Snake Island 1 September Discovery Channel United States [325]
Birth of Empire: The East India Company 2 September History Channel [325]
Lodging with Lions 2 September Animal Planet United States [325]
Lost in Transmission 2 September A&E United States [325]
Tattoo Fixers 2 September GO! United Kingdom [326]
The Great Underground War 2 September History Channel [325]
Troy 2 September GO! United Kingdom [326]
Eat Well for Less 3 September LifeStyle You United Kingdom [325]
Nature's Weirdest Events 5 September Nat Geo Wild United States [325]
What on Earth? 7 September Discovery Channel United States [327]
Secrets and Wives 8 September Arena United States [327]
The Mind of a Murderer 8 September CI Network United States [327]
American Dream Builders 9 September LifeStyle Home United States [327]
Love It Or List It UK 9 September LifeStyle Channel United Kingdom [327]
Race To Escape 9 September Discovery Science United States [327]
Naked and Afraid XL 10 September Discovery Channel United States [327]
2 Fat 2 Fly 11 September A&E United States [327]
Collectaholics 14 September The LifeStyle Channel United Kingdom [328]
The Expandables 14 September LifeStyle Home Canada [328]
Ballers 15 September showcase United States [329]
Man V Viral 17 September National Geographic Channel United Kingdom [328]
Code of a Killer 19 September BBC First United Kingdom [328]
Bad Bridesmaids 22 September LifeStyle You United States [330]
Catch a Contractor 22 September A&E United States [330]
Dash Dolls 22 September E! United States [330]
We Have Issues 23 September E! United States [330]
Back in Time for Dinner 24 September The LifeStyle Channel United Kingdom [330]
Sisterhood of Hip Hop 24 September Channel [V] United States [330]
Babylon 28 September BBC First United Kingdom [331]
The Daily Show with Trevor Noah 29 September The Comedy Channel United States [332]
Heroes Reborn 30 September Seven Network United States [333]
Rock This Boat: New Kids On The Block 1 October Arena United States [332]
Kew on a Plate 6 October The LifeStyle Channel United Kingdom [334]
My Giant Life 6 October TLC United States [334]
Curvy Girls Bridal 7 October TLC United States [334]
The Player 7 October Seven Network United States [335]
Chainsaw Gang 8 October A&E United States [334]
Home Fires 10 October BBC First United Kingdom [334]
Cuban Chrome 11 October Discovery Channel United States [334]
Limitless 11 October Network Ten United States [336]
Quantico 11 October Seven Network United States [337]
Storm Hunters 13 October National Geographic Channel United States [338]
Leepu & Pitbull 14 October A&E United States [338]
Stitchers 14 October FOX8 United States [338]
Best Friends Whenever 16 October Disney Channel United States [339]
Carver Kings 18 October LifeStyle Home United States [338]
Life in Squares 27 October BBC First United Kingdom [340]
Blindspot 28 October Seven Network United States [341]
America's Cutest Pet 31 October Animal Planet United States [340]
Ash vs. Evil Dead 31 October Stan United States [292][342]
Show Me Your Garden 1 November LifeStyle Home United Kingdom [340]
From Darkness 1 November BBC First United Kingdom [340]
Outback Nation 2 November LifeStyle Home United States [343]
Prison Families 2 November Nat Geo People United States [343]
Wabbit 2 November Boomerang United States [344]
Apres Ski 3 November Arena United States [343]
Highway to Sell 4 November Discovery Turbo United States [343]
Lachey's Bar 4 November A&E United States [343]
Shipping Wars UK 5 November A&E United Kingdom [343]
Made in Chelsea: LA 8 November LifeStyle You United Kingdom [343]
Detectorists 9 November BBC First United Kingdom [345]
Gym Rescue 9 November A&E United States [345]
Million Pound Properties 9 November The LifeStyle Channel United Kingdom [345]
Storage Wars: Miami 9 November A&E United States [345]
The Bachelor: Canada 10 November LifeStyle You United States [345]
Legends 11 November FX United States [345]
Moonbeam City 15 November The Comedy Channel United States [345]
Black Work 16 November BBC First United Kingdom [346]
Alex Polizzi: Chefs on Trial 16 November LifeStyle Food United Kingdom [346]
The Box 16 November LifeStyle Food United Kingdom [346]
We Bare Bears 16 November Cartoon Network United States [347]
Breakthrough 17 November National Geographic Channel United States [346]
Doctor Foster 17 November BBC First United Kingdom [346]
Into the Badlands 17 November showcase United States [346]
Pacific Warriors 18 November Discovery Channel United States [346]
Jessica Jones 20 November Netflix United States [348]
Almost Royal 23 November The Comedy Channel United States [349]
How to Win at Everything 25 November National Geographic Channel United States [349]
The Woodsmen 26 November A&E United States [349]
Stonemouth 29 November BBC First United Kingdom [349]
Supergirl 6 December FOX8 United States [350]
Yukon for Sale 6 December LifeStyle Home Canada [350]
The Trials of Jimmy Rose 7 December BBC First United Kingdom [351]
Waterfront House Hunting 7 December LifeStyle Home United States [351]
Work Out New York 7 December Arena United States [351]
The Making of the Mob 9 December History Channel United States [351]
How'd You Get So Rich? 10 December Style Network United States [351]
I Am Jazz 10 December TLC United States [351]
Operation Cloud Lab 10 December BBC Knowledge United Kingdom [351]
Belief 12 December TLC United States [351]
Gardener's World 12 December LifeStyle Home United Kingdom [351]
Yo-Kai Watch 14 December 9Go! Japan
Undateable 14 December Nine Network United States [352]
VIP 14 December Nine Network United States [352]
The Bastard Executioner 15 December Presto United States [353]
Kings of the Wild 15 December Discovery Channel United States [354]
Life Is Toff 20 December LifeStyle You United States [354]
Be Cool, Scooby-Doo! 28 December Boomerang United States [355]
American Crime 29 December Presto United States [356]
The Muppets 29 December Seven Network United States [357]
Dinotrux 2015 ABC2 United States [235]
The Adventures of Puss in Boots 2015 ABC3 United States [235]
The Mr. Peabody & Sherman Show 2015 ABC3 United States [235]
Dawn of the Croods 2015 ABC3 United States [235]
A to Z 2015[when?] Stan United States [358][359]
Selfie 2015[when?] Stan United States [358][359]
Battle Creek Scheduled for 2015
but did not air[223]
Seven Network United States [211]
Katherine Mills: Mind Games Scheduled for 2015
but did not air[223]
Seven Network United Kingdom [211]
Marry Me Scheduled for 2015
but did not air[223]
Seven Network United States [211]
Odyssey Scheduled for 2015;
debuted in 2016[360]
Seven Network United States [211]
The Whispers Scheduled for 2015
but did not air[223]
Seven Network United States [211]

Telemovies and miniseries[edit]

List of domestic telemovie and miniseries premieres
Program Original airdate(s) Network Source
The House of Hancock 8 February Nine Network [361]
Catching Milat 17 & 24 May Seven Network [362]
Peter Allen: Not the Boy Next Door 13 September Seven Network [209]
Mary: The Making of a Princess TBA Network Ten [175]
The Peter Brock Story Scheduled for 2015
but delayed to 2016[223]
Network Ten [175]
Redfern Now: Promise Me TBA ABC [220]
The Secret River 14 June ABC [363]
List of international telemovie and miniseries premieres
Program Original airdate(s) Network Country of origin Source
Olive Kitteridge 13 January Showcase United States [364]
Sons of Liberty 5 February SBS United States [365]
Pants on Fire 6 February Disney XD United States [366]
Bad Hair Day 17 April Disney Channel United States [367]
The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst 7 May showcase United States [368]
Houdini 23 June Seven Network United States [369]
Splitting Adam 27 June Nickelodeon United States [288]
Teen Beach 2 27 June Disney Channel United States [288]
Descendants 1 August Disney Channel United States [370]
7 Days in Hell 8 August showcase United States [371]
One Crazy Cruise 9 October Nickelodeon United States [372]
Regular Show: The Movie 28 November Cartoon Network United States [347]
Flesh and Bone November Stan United States [292]
The Ridiculous 6 11 December Netflix United States [373]

Documentaries[edit]

List of domestic television documentary premieres
Program Original airdate(s) Network Source
Saturday Night at the Movies 17 January Fox Classics [374]
Sounds Like Teen Spirit: Triple J at 40 19 January ABC [220][375]
James Cameron's Deep Sea Challenge 23 February SBS [376]
Life on the Reef 1 March ABC [377]
Reinventing the Royals 3 March ABC [378]
Stop Laughing: This is Serious 22 March ABC [220]
Afghanistan: The Australian War TBA ABC [220]
Bespoke TBA ABC [220]
Blood and Thunder TBA ABC [220]
Inside Labor TBA ABC [220]
Lest We Forget, What? TBA ABC [220]
Making Australia Great: Inside our Longest Boom TBA ABC [220]
No Excuses! with Sarah Ferguson TBA ABC [220]
Vietnam ANZACs TBA ABC [220]
The Walers: Australia's Great Warhorse TBA ABC [220]
Watch this Space TBA ABC [220]
The Waves of ANZAC Cove TBA ABC [220]
List of international television documentary premieres
Program Original airdate(s) Network Country of origin Source
Chef's Table 26 April Netflix United States [379]

Specials[edit]

List of domestic television special premieres
Program Original airdate(s) Network(s) Source
Inside the Siege: The Untold Story 8 February Seven Network [23]
Flushed 21 February 7TWO [23]
Neighbours: 30 Years 16 March Network Ten
Eleven
[175]
57th TV Week Logie Awards 3 May Nine Network [54]
2015 Antenna Awards C31 Melbourne [citation needed]
2015 ARIA Awards 26 November Network Ten
Eleven
[380]
Schools Spectacular 2015 5 December Nine Network
9Gem
Home and Away: An Eye for an Eye 9 December Presto [381]
Carols in the Domain 19 December Seven Network
Vision Australia's Carols by Candlelight 24 December Nine Network
Sydney New Year's Eve 31 December ABC
ABC3
List of international television special premieres
Program Original airdate(s) Network(s) Country of origin Source
Hugh Laurie: Live on the Queen Mary 20 January Bio. United Kingdom [382]
The Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber 31 March The Comedy Channel United States [383]
Eurovision's Greatest Hits 21 May SBS United Kingdom [384]
Mission Pluto 19 July National Geographic Channel United States [385]
A Very Murray Christmas December Netflix United States [386]

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 a new channel. 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
River Cottage Australia 26 May LifeStyle Food The LifeStyle Channel [387]
Fashion Bloggers 4 June E! Style Network [388]
Plonk 18 June Stan Eleven [389][390]
A Place To Call Home 27 September SoHo Seven Network [391][392]
The Great Australian Bake Off 13 October LifeStyle Food Nine Network [393][394]
List of international television programs which changed network affiliation
Program Date New network Previous network Country of origin Source
Lost Girl 26 January Stan SF Canada [395][396]
SpongeBob SquarePants 16 March GO! Eleven United States [citation needed]
Community 18 March Stan GO! United States [397]
House of Cards 24 March Netflix showcase United States [398][399]
Arrow 17 May GO! Nine Network United States [400]
Gotham 17 May GO! Nine Network United States [400]
Suits 26 May Universal Channel Seven Network United States [401][402]
Almost Human 7 June GO! Nine Network United States [403]
Mr Selfridge 20 June 7TWO Seven Network United Kingdom [404]
Extant 27 July Eleven Network Ten United States [405]
Empire 29 September Eleven Network Ten United States [406]
Arrow 8 October FOX8 GO! United States [407]
Chicago Fire 29 October SoHo FOX8 United States [408]
From Dusk till Dawn 3 November FX SBS 2 United States [409]
Scandal 29 December Presto Seven Network United States [356]

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.

List of international television programs which premiered on free-to-air television for the first time
Program Date Free-to-air network Subscription network(s) Country of origin Source
Louis Theroux's LA Stories 5 February ABC BBC Knowledge United Kingdom [410]
Terror in the Skies 21 May Seven Network National Geographic Channel United States [411]
Dig 28 May SBS Stan United States [412]
The Politician's Husband 2 August ABC BBC First United Kingdom [413]
Peaky Blinders 28 September ABC BBC First United Kingdom [414]
The Strain TBA Eleven FOX8 United States [415]

Subscription premieres[edit]

This is a list of programs which made their debut on Australian subscription television, having previously premiered on Australian free-to-air television. Programs may still air (first or repeat) on the original free-to-air television network.

List of international television programs which premiered on subscription television for the first time
Program Date Free-to-air network Subscription network(s) Country of origin Source
Under The Dome 4 January Network Ten TV H!TS United States [226]
Brooklyn Nine-Nine 7 January SBS Universal Channel United States [416]
Howard Defined 11 January Seven Network[e] Sky News Australia Australia [417]
Thank God You're Here 13 January Network Ten
Seven Network
Comedy Australia [418]
Scandal 22 January Seven Network SoHo United States [419]
Mrs. Brown's Boys 15 February Seven Network BBC UKTV United Kingdom [420]
Winners & Losers 6 July Seven Network SoHo Australia [299]
From Dusk till Dawn 3 August SBS 2 FX United States [421]
Empire 31 August Network Ten FOX8 United States [422]
Motive 1 September Seven Network Universal Channel Canada [327]
Please Like Me 13 September The Comedy Channel ABC Australia [327]

Returning programs[edit]

Australian produced programs which are returning with a new season after being absent from television from the previous calendar year.

List of returning domestic television series
Program Return date Network Original run Source
RPM 8 March Network Ten 1997—2011 (intermittently) [423][424]
Gruen 9 September ABC 2008–2013 [425]
The Celebrity Apprentice 16 September Nine Network 2011–2013 [426]

Endings[edit]

List of domestic television series endings
Program End date Network Start date Ref
Financial Review Sunday 25 March Nine Network 5 May 2013 [427]
Keneally and Cameron 27 March Sky News Live 19 September 2014 [428]
PVO NewsHour 28 May Sky News Live 19 January 2014 [193]
Million Dollar Minute 11 September Seven Network 16 September 2013 [429]
Santo, Sam and Ed's Total Football 12 May Fox Sports 14 October 2013 [430]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  • a Unconfirmed; filming postponed in August 2014.[431]
  • b Unconfirmed; in development as of September 2013.[225]
  • c Originally set to premiere in a previous year; auditions were announced in October 2012.[432]
  • d Unconfirmed; originally announced to air in 2013.[302]
  • e Originally aired as a segment on Seven Network's current affairs programme Sunday Night, rather than a stand-alone series[417]
  • f Made its free-to-air premiere the following night on Network Ten.
  • g The first two episodes premiered on Nine, and subsequent episodes premiered on Stan.[245]
  • h Originally scheduled to premiere on 31 January 2015.[433]
  • i Originally scheduled to premiere on 23 February 2015.[434]
  • j Originally scheduled to premiere on 19 February 2015.[435][436]

References[edit]

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