List of programs broadcast by Nine Network

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The following list of programs are currently broadcast by the Nine Network / 9HD, 9Go!, 9Gem, 9Life and their regional affiliates, including Southern Cross Nine, NBN and Imparja as well as catch-up service 9Now. Some affiliate stations have alternate schedules and may air programs at different times.

Currently broadcast on The Nine Network[edit]

Domestic[edit]

News and current affairs[edit]

Further information: Nine News
  • Local bulletins
    • Nine News - the flagship evening bulletin, locally produced in each capital city (2008–present) (formerly "National Nine News" [pre-2008])
    • Nine's Afternoon News - 4pm ad break-5:30pm weekdays, produced locally in Syd/Bris/Adel/Per (2004–2009, 2009–present)
  • National programs produced by TCN9 Sydney
    • 60 Minutes - the co-flagship current affairs program, Sunday evenings (1979–present)
    • A Current Affair - the flagship current affairs program, weeknights 7pm (1971-1978, 1988–present)
    • Nine News: Early Edition - weekdays 5am (1990s-present) (formerly "Nine's Early Morning News" [pre-2015])
    • Nine News: First at Five - weekends 5pm (2011–present)
    • Nine News Now - weekdays 3pm-4pm ad break (2013–present)
    • Nine's Morning News - weekdays 11.30am (1981–present)
    • Today - weekdays 5.30am-9am (1982–present) (formerly "National News Today" [1982])
    • Today Extra - weekdays 9am-11:30am (2016–present) (formerly "Mornings with Kerri-Anne" [2002-2009], "Kerri-Anne" [2010-2011], "Mornings" [2012-2015])
    • The Verdict (2015–present)
    • Weekend Today - weekends 7am (2009–present)

Drama[edit]

Comedy[edit]

Variety / Entertainment[edit]

Reality[edit]

Lifestyle[edit]

Observational / documentaries[edit]

Game shows[edit]

Sports talk[edit]

Sports[edit]

Further information: Nine's Wide World of Sports

Annual events[edit]

Foreign[edit]

Film and television studio output deals[edit]

News and current affairs[edit]

Drama[edit]

Comedy[edit]

Variety / entertainment[edit]

Reality[edit]

Observational / documentaries[edit]

Children's programs[edit]

Annual events[edit]

Formerly broadcast[edit]

Domestic[edit]

News and current affairs[edit]

Drama[edit]

Comedy[edit]

Variety / entertainment[edit]

Lifestyle[edit]

Reality[edit]

Observational / documentaries[edit]

Game shows[edit]

Children's programs[edit]

Music[edit]

Sports talk[edit]

Sports[edit]

Further information: Nine's Wide World of Sports

Lotteries[edit]

  • NSW Lotto Draws (NSW only, November 5, 1979 – December 31, 2012) (now broadcasting only on GO! January 1, 2013-)
  • Tatts Keno Draws (Victoria only, 1980s-2004)

Annual events[edit]

Foreign[edit]

Film and television studio output deals[edit]

News and current affairs[edit]

Soap opera[edit]

Animation[edit]

Drama[edit]

Comedy[edit]

Variety / entertainment[edit]

Reality[edit]

Lifestyle[edit]

Observational / documentaries[edit]

Game shows[edit]

Anthology[edit]

Children's programs[edit]

Sports[edit]

Religious[edit]

Other[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Australian Communications and Media Authority (2008). "Appendix 6: Programs and content". Appendixes to Annual Report 2007-08 (PDF). pp. 112–113. Retrieved 4 May 2012. 

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