Seven has pulled back the curtain on what we can expect, and not expect back, on our screens over the coming year.
The network’s ‘spine’ programs such as Sunrise, The Morning Show, The Chase Australia, 7NEWS, Home and Away and Better Homes and Gardens aren’t going anywhere.
Here’s what stood out to us from their 2022 programming schedule:
- The Voice
- Big Brother
- BB: VIP
- SAS Australia
- Dancing with the Stars: All Stars
My Kitchen Rules, Seven Network Director of Programming, Angus Ross said it was being “reinvented for 2022” with a new look.
Australian Idol returns after a huge 12-year hiatus.
The Voice: Generations is a global TV first where singers and musicians from different generations will be invited to perform together in The Voice arena.
Apartment Rules, the new spin-off show from House Rules.
Farmer Wants A Wife will feature Sam Armytage in a special matchmaking ‘Sam’s Choice’ segment.
Strike Force is an “all-access pass” into the real Aussie crime busts using footage shot by the police themselves. Every episode will showcase the meticulous planning, investigation and the incredible footage of police raids.
Code 1: Minute by Minute breaks down the weeks, the days, the hours, the moments and seconds leading to some of the most horrific events that made news headlines around the country.
Claremont is a 4-hour miniseries based on the Perth serial killings, from the same team behind Seven’s Catching Milat.
- Holey Moley
- Ultimate Tag
- Australia: Now and Then