List of Australian television series premieres in 2010

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This is a list of Australian domestic television series that debuted in 2010.

Premieres[edit]

Free-to-air television[edit]

Program Network Debut date Reference/s
Gourmet Farmer Gourmet Farmer SBS One 7 January [1][2]
My Kitchen Rules My Kitchen Rules Seven Network 1 February [3][4][5][6][7]
ICU ICU Seven Network 3 February [3][7][8]
Circle, The The Circle Network Ten 9 February [9][10]
World Football News World Football News One 10 February [11]
Poh's Kitchen Poh's Kitchen ABC1 10 February [12][13][14][15]
White Room, The The White Room [note 1] Seven Network 11 February [17][18][19]
Sleuth 101 Sleuth 101 ABC1 12 February [13][20][21]
Art Nation Art Nation ABC1 14 February [13][22][23]
Yarramundi Kids Yarramundi Kids NITV 15 February [24]
Good Game SP Good Game: Spawn Point ABC3 20 February [13][25]
William & Sparkles' Magical Tales William & Sparkles' Magical Tales Nine Network 5 March [26]
Italian Food Safari Italian Food Safari SBS One 18 March [1][2]
Bounce, The The Bounce Seven Network 24 March [note 2] [27][28][29]
Matty Johns Show, The The Matty Johns Show Seven Network 25 March [note 3] [27][30][31]
Dead Gorgeous Dead Gorgeous ABC1 5 April [13][25][32][33]
Australian Families of Crime Australian Families of Crime Nine Network 19 April [34][35][36]
Lowdown Lowdown ABC1 21 April [13][37][38]
I Rock I Rock ABC2 3 May [13][39][40]
Dance Academy Dance Academy ABC1 31 May [13][25][41][42][43][44]
Giggle and Hoot Giggle and Hoot (TV series) ABC2 Early 2010 [13]
Wiggly Waffle, The The Wiggly Waffle ABC2 Early 2010 [13]
Minute To Win It (Australia) Minute to Win It Seven Network 22 June [45]
Making of Modern Australia, The The Making of Modern Australia ABC1 22 July [13][46][47][48]
Letters and Numbers Letters and Numbers SBS One 2 August [49][50]
Cops LAC Cops L.A.C. Nine Network 2 September [51][52][53][54]
Junior Masterchef Junior MasterChef Australia Network Ten 12 September [55]
Beat The Star Beat The Star Seven Network 12 September [56]
Real Hustle, The The Real Hustle [note 4] Nine Network 14 September [57][58][59]
Boss is Coming to Dinner, The The Boss is Coming to Dinner Nine Network 22 September [60]
Strictly Speaking Strictly Speaking ABC1 29 September [13][61][62][63]
Spit It Out Spit It Out Seven Network 4 October [citation needed]
ToyBox ToyBox Seven Network 14 October [64]
Keeping Up with the Joneses Keeping Up With The Joneses Network Ten 14 October [65]
Undercover Boss Australia Undercover Boss Australia Network Ten 18 October [66]
Damage Control Damage Control Seven Network 20 October [3][67][68]
Saturday Kerri-Anne Saturday Kerri-Anne Nine Network Aired [69]
Vancouver Gold Vancouver Gold Nine Network Aired [70]
Rake Rake ABC1 4 November [13][71]
Family Confidential Family Confidential ABC1 15 November [72]
Making Australia Happy Making Australia Happy ABC1 15 November [13][72]
Wakkaville Wakkaville Nine Network Aired [73]
Arranged Marriage Arranged Marriage [51] Nine Network Still to debut
Art and Soul Art and Soul [13][22] ABC1 Still to debut
Big Trouble in Tourist Thailand Big Trouble in Tourist Thailand [51] Nine Network Still to debut
Bruce Bruce [74] ABC Television Still to debut
Extraordinary Stories Extraordinary Stories [51] Nine Network Still to debut
FAQ FAQ [35] Nine Network Still to debut
Family, The The Family [75] SBS One Still to debut
Like a Virgin Like a Virgin [13] ABC1 Still to debut
Lost for Words Lost for Words [22] ABC1 Still to debut
Making Music Making Music [22] ABC1 Still to debut
My Perfect Partner My Perfect Partner [76] Nine Network Still to debut
Next of Kin Next of Kin [74] ABC Television Still to debut
Next Door Nightmares Next Door Nightmares [35] Nine Network Still to debut
Shadowplay Shadowplay [22] ABC1 Still to debut
Surprising Facts About Food Surprising Facts About Food [35] Nine Network Still to debut
TwentySomething TwentySomething [74] ABC Television Still to debut
Ultimate Countdown for Seven? The Ultimate Countdown [77] Seven Network Still to debut
You're Nicked You're Nicked [34][51] Nine Network Still to debut

Subscription television[edit]

Program Network Debut date Reference/s
Come Dine With Me Australia Come Dine With Me Australia The LifeStyle Channel 18 January [78][79][80]
Best Job In The World, The The Best Job In The World Nat Geo Adventure 13 May [81]
Matthew Hayden's Home Ground Matthew Hayden's Home Ground The LifeStyle Channel 6 June [82][83]
Spirited Spirited W. 25 August [84][85][86]
Killing Time Killing Time TV1 Still to debut [87][88][89]
Warship Warship TBA Still to debut [90]
Jimeoin: Over the Top Jimeoin: Over the Top The Comedy Channel Still to debut [91]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The White Room was axed after two episodes.[16]
  2. ^ The Bounce premiered on 24 March in Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth (the "AFL states"), and on 25 March in Sydney and Brisbane.[27]
  3. ^ The Matty Johns Show premiered on 25 March in Sydney and Brisbane (the "NRL states"), and on and on 25 March in Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth.[27]
  4. ^ The Real Hustle was formerly known as Scammers during production.

References[edit]

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