The Morning Show (TV program)

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The Morning Show
The Morning Show title.jpg
The Morning Show logo since 30 January 2013
Genre Morning show, infotainment, talk show, live performances
Created by Adam Boland
Presented by Larry Emdur
Kylie Gillies
Country of origin Australia
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 11
No. of episodes 1,699 (as of 26 February 2015)
Production
Executive producer(s) Adam Boland (2007-2010)
Sarah Stinson (2010-present)
Location(s) Martin Place, Sydney, New South Wales
Running time 150 minutes (Weekdays)
120 minutes (Weekends)
Release
Original network Seven Network
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Audio format Stereo
Original release 18 June 2007 – present
Chronology
Related shows Sunrise
Weekend Sunrise
External links
Website au.tv.yahoo.com/the-morning-show/

The Morning Show is an Australian morning talk show on the Seven Network. The show is presented by Kylie Gillies and Larry Emdur and airs between 9:00am and 11:30am on weekdays and follows Seven's breakfast news program Sunrise, with both programs closely interlinked, the program features infotainment, celebrity interviews and live music performances. On weekends, a highlights show is aired between 10am and 12pm on Saturdays and Sundays featuring segments from the week.

History[edit]

The show premiered on the Seven Network on 16 June 2007 and originally aired between 9am and 11am on weekdays. Adam Boland was the original executive producer of the show and promised to deliver a mix of news and views, new music and regular segments covering health and fitness, astrology, celebrity gossip, cooking, counselling and fashion. Boland built the show on the success of Sunrise which he also produced.[1]

In March 2012, The Morning Show extended to a weekend with highlights of the week airing on Saturdays and Sundays after Weekend Sunrise.[2] During the AFL season The Morning Show is not shown on Sundays in Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia and Western Australia due to AFL Game Day being shown in those states.

On 15 December 2014, The Morning Show was live to air as the 2014 Sydney hostage crisis occurred across Martin Place from their Channel Seven studio. The program continued to broadcast live pictures from their studio's windows, before all staff (including co-hosts Emdur and Gillies) were forced to evacuate the building, with the network's news coverage switching to the station's Melbourne newsroom where Nick Etchells anchored rolling coverage.[3]

Ratings[edit]

The debut episode averaged 272,000 viewers, beating both 9am with David and Kim (147,000) and Mornings with Kerri Anne (126,000). Since its launch in June 2007 the show has rated first nearly every week against the Nine Network and Network Ten.[4] The program never lost a day until 31 October 2012, when it was beaten by Mornings,[5] and a never lost a week until March 2016, when it was beaten by Today Extra.[6]

Format[edit]

The show's format is similar to Sunrise and consists of a mix of news, entertainment and information along with audience interaction through email, SMS and talkback. The show also features live and prerecorded advertorials similar to those featured in rival shows Today Extra and Studio 10 The show is produced by the same team as Sunrise and broadcast live at the same Martin Place studio.

When the show first started out there was a fixed music theme used regularly throughout the show. In 2010, the theme was scrapped with more popular recent music being now used as bumpers.

Presenters[edit]

Presenter Role Tenure
Kylie Gillies Co-host 2007–present
Larry Emdur Co-host 2007–present
Ryan Phelan News 2016–present

Previous Presenters[edit]

Presenter Role Tenure
Ann Sanders News 2007–15
Glenn Wheeler Advertorials 2007–15

Fill-in presenters[edit]

Female[edit]

Male[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Knox, David (9 June 2007). "Airdate: The Morning Show". TV Tonight. Retrieved 9 June 2007. 
  2. ^ Knox, David (8 March 2012). "The Morning Show-Soon on Weekend". TV Tonight. Retrieved 8 March 2012. 
  3. ^ Knox, David (16 December 2014). "Gallery: Day of Drama". TV Tonight. Retrieved 16 December 2014. 
  4. ^ Knox, David (24 June 2007). "Morning Glory Caps Seven Win". TV Tonight. Retrieved 24 June 2007. 
  5. ^ Knox, David (1 November 2012). "Mornings Beats The Morning Show". TV Tonight. Retrieved 1 November 2012. 
  6. ^ Knox, David (20 March 2016). "Nine Takes Week From The Morning Show For First Time in 9 Years". TV Tonight. Retrieved 20 March 2016.