List of programming changes on Australian television in 2008

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This is a list of programming changes which occurred on Australian television in 2008. The list is arranged chronological order. Where more than one programming changed was made on the same date, those changes are listed alphabetically.

Changes to network affiliation[edit]

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

Domestic[edit]

Program New network Previous network Date
The Back Page [1] Fox Sports News Fox Sports 5 February 2008
Vasili's Garden [2] Channel 31 Melbourne SBS TV 6 February 2008
CyberShack [3] Nine Network Network Ten February 2008
Confidential TV [4] Arena FOX8 5 May 2008
Salam Cafe [5] Channel 31 SBS TV 7 May 2008
Mortified [6] ABC1 Nine Network 3 July 2008
Universal Pictures Films Seven Network Network Ten Alli Simpson
20th Century Fox Films Network Ten Seven Network Missy Lancaster

International[edit]

Program New network Previous network(s) Date
Sensing Murder New Zealand Sensing Murder Nine Network Network Ten 29 January 2008
Adult Swim United States Adult Swim The Comedy Channel Cartoon Network 11 March 2008
L Word, The United States The L Word [7] Movie Extra Seven Network 30 March 2008
Wild at Heart United Kingdom Wild at Heart [note 1] [11] ABC1 Network Ten 21 June 2008
United Kingdom Hotel Babylon[12][13] UK.TV Nine Network 2 July
Three Sheets United States Three Sheets [14] Discovery Travel and Living Unknown 2 September 2008
One Tree Hill United States One Tree Hill Arena FOX8 20 October 2008
Jam & Jerusalem United Kingdom Jam & Jerusalem[15][16](From series 2) UKTV ABC TV 20 October 2008
Will & Grace United States Will & Grace [17] Network Ten Seven Network 27 October 2008
Friends United States Friends [18] 111 Hits Arena 1 November 2008
Lost United States Lost [18] 111 Hits FOX8 1 November 2008
Walker, Texas Ranger United States Walker, Texas Ranger [18] 111 Hits FOX8 1 November 2008
Will & Grace United States Will & Grace [18] 111 Hits Arena 1 November 2008
Baywatch United States Baywatch [18] 111 Hits FOX8 2 November 2008
Dharma & Greg United States Dharma & Greg [18] 111 Hits FOX8 2 November 2008
Drew Carey Show United States The Drew Carey Show [18] 111 Hits FOX Classics 2 November 2008
King of Queens, The United States The King of Queens [18] 111 Hits FOX8 and FOX Classics 2 November 2008
NYPD Blue

United States NYPD Blue [18]

111 Hits FOX8 and FOX Classics 2 November 2008
Malcolm in the Middle United States Malcolm in the Middle [18] 111 Hits FOX8 2 November 2008
That '70s Show United States That '70s Show [18] 111 Hits FOX8 2 November 2008
3rd Rock from the Sun United States 3rd Rock from the Sun [18] 111 Hits FOX Classics 3 November 2008
ALF United States ALF [18] 111 Hits The Comedy Channel 3 November 2008
Ally McBeal United States Ally McBeal [18] 111 Hits FOX8 3 November 2008
ER United States ER [18] 111 Hits W. Channel 3 November 2008
Home Improvement United States Home Improvement [18] 111 Hits FOX Classics 3 November 2008
Murphy Brown United States Murphy Brown [18] 111 Hits FOX Classics 3 November 2008
Northern Exposure United States Northern Exposure [18] 111 Hits FOX8 3 November 2008
Suddenly Susan United States Suddenly Susan [18] 111 Hits Unknown 3 November 2008
Veronica's Closet United States Veronica's Closet [18] 111 Hits Arena 3 November 2008
Without a Trace United States Without a Trace [18] 111 Hits Arena 3 November 2008
Wonder Years, The United States The Wonder Years [18] 111 Hits TV1 3 November 2008
Daily Show Global Edition, The United States The Daily Show Global Edition [19] Network Ten SBS TV 9 November 2008

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.

Domestic[edit]

Program Free-to-air network Subscription network Date
Stupid, Stupid Man [20] ABC1 TV1 20 February 2008

International[edit]

Date Program FTA Pay TV
1 April United Kingdom Ladette to Lady (Season 2) The LifeStyle Channel Nine Network [21]
22 April United Kingdom Balls of Steel Nine Network The Comedy Channel [22]
2 May United Kingdom I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here (2006) Network Ten UK.TV [23]
8 May United Kingdom Trinny & Susannah Undress the Nation Seven Network The LifeStyle Channel [24][25]
23 June United Kingdom Bear: Spy in the Woods Nine Network Animal Planet [26][27]
1 July United Kingdom Bad Lads Army (Season 2) (Axed after one episode)[28] Nine Network UK.TV [29]
6 July United States Dexter Network Ten Showcase [30][31]
7 July United Kingdom The F-Word (Season 2) Nine Network The LifeStyle Channel [32]
18 July United Kingdom The Graham Norton Show (Season 3) ABC2 The Comedy Channel [33]
12 August United States Dog the Bounty Hunter Nine Network FOX8 [34]
8 September United States The View Nine Network W. Channel [35]
8 September United States The Ellen DeGeneres Show Nine Network Arena [35]
27 August 2008 Apprentice, The United Kingdom The Apprentice [12][36][37][38] Seven Network UK.TV
4 October United States Hannah Montana & Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert Seven Network Disney Channel [39]
13 October United Kingdom Louis and the Nazis Seven Network ? [40]
27 November United States Life After People Seven Network The History Channel [41]
29 November United States Camp Rock Seven Network Disney Channel [42][43][44]
3 December United States Gossip Girl (axed after 3 episodes)[45] Nine Network FOX8 [46][47][48]
3 December United Kingdom Victoria's Empire ABC2 UK.TV [49][50]
6 December United States The Hills Nine Network MTV [51]

[52]

Still to debut United States K-Ville Network Ten FOX8 [53]
Still to debut United Kingdom The Long Firm ABC1 Showtime [54]
Still to debut United States Unhitched Network Ten Still to be announced [42][53]
Still to debut United States Surgery Saved My Life Seven Network Discovery Channel Australia [42][55]

Subscription television premieres[edit]

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

Domestic[edit]

Program Subscription network Free-to-air network Date
Carbon Cops[25] The LifeStyle Channel ABC TV[citation needed] 3 January
Mortified Disney Channel Nine Network 5 January 2008
Ifish with Tackleworld[56] The LifeStyle Channel [citation needed] 12 April 2008
Bondi Rescue [57] Nat Geo Adventure Network Ten 4 September 2008
The Kingdom of Paramithi [58][59] Nick Jr. Nine Network December 2008
Surf Patrol[60] The LifeStyle Channel [citation needed] 18 July 2008
Australia's Best Backyards[61] The LifeStyle Channel Seven Network[citation needed] 18 October

International[edit]

Program Subscription network Free-to-air network Date
That Mitchell and Webb Look United Kingdom That Mitchell and Webb Look [62] UKTV ABC1 18 February 2008
United Kingdom North and South [63] UKTV ABC TV[64] 20 March
United Kingdom Afterlife[63] UKTV Nine Network 29 March
Complete Guide to Parenting, TheUnited Kingdom The Complete Guide to Parenting[63] UKTV ABC TV[65] 31 March
United Kingdom Star Stories [66] UKTV ABC TV 7 April
United Kingdom Bleak House[67] UKTV ABC TV[68] 8 May
United Kingdom Hyperdrive[67][69] UKTV ABC TV 26 May
IT Crowd, TheUnited Kingdom The IT Crowd[70] UKTV ABC TV[71] 16 June
Office, The United States The Office [72] TV1 Network Ten 4 September 2008
United Kingdom Jam & Jerusalem[73] UKTV ABC TV[74] 8 September 2008
United Kingdom Never Did Me Any Harm [75] The LifeStyle Channel [citation needed] 8 September
Madness Of Modern Families, TheUnited Kingdom The Madness Of Modern Families [75] The LifeStyle Channel ABC TV[citation needed] 11 September
United States How to Look Good Naked[75] The LifeStyle Channel Network Ten[citation needed] 21 September
United Kingdom Primeval [15][76] UKTV Nine Network[77] 7 October 2008
United Kingdom It's Me or the Dog[78] The LifeStyle Channel [citation needed] 8 November
United Kingdom Paradise or Bust[78] The LifeStyle Channel [citation needed] 17 November
United Kingdom Robin Hood[79] UKTV / BBC HD ABC TV 18 November 2008

Returning this year[edit]

Program Network Debut date Return date
Good News Week [80] Network Ten 19 April 1996 11 February 2008
This Is Your Life [81] Nine Network 1995 9 March 2008
Wide World of Sports [82] Nine Network 23 May 1981 16 March 2008
Gladiators [83][84] Seven Network 1995 30 March 2008
Double the Fist [85] ABC1 2004 14 August 2008

Ending this year[edit]

Program New network Debut date End date
It Takes Two: Getting Ready [note 2] [86] Seven Network 19 February 2008 19 February 2008
NightCap, The The NightCap [note 3] [87] Seven HD 12 February 2008 13 March 2008
Mint, The The Mint [88] Nine Network 31 July 2007 30 March 2008
Power of 10 [note 4] [89] Nine Network 31 March 2008 7 April 2008
My Kid's a Star [note 5] Nine Network 7 April 2008 31 May 2008
Million Dollar Wheel of Fortune [90] Nine Network 26 May 2008 31 May 2008
Big Brother Australia [91] Network Ten 23 April 2001 21 July 2008
Nightline [92] Nine Network 1992 25 July 2008
Sunday [92] Nine Network 15 November 1981 3 August 2008
Taken Out [note 6] [93] Network Ten 1 September 2008 25 September 2008
Outdoor Room, The The Outdoor Room [94] Seven Network 31 August 2008 30 November 2008
ttn [95] Network Ten 3 February 2004 2 December 2008
The Strip[96] Nine Network 4 September 2008 4 December 2008[citation needed]
Enough Rope [97] ABC1 17 March 2003 8 December 2008

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Season 1 of Wild at Heart was shown Sunday evening at 6:30 pm on Network Ten between 3 December 2006 and 21 January 2007.[8] The season was then repeated on ABC1 on Saturday evenings at 7:30 pm between 21 June 2008 and 26 July 2008.[9] Season 2 then premiered on ABC1 on 2 August 2008.[10]
  2. ^ It Takes Two: Getting Ready was axed after one episode.[86]
  3. ^ The NightCap was axed after five weeks.[87]
  4. ^ Power of 10 was axed after two episodes.[89]
  5. ^ My Kid's a Star was axed after six episodes.
  6. ^ Taken Out was axed after 19 episodes.[93]

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