Seven has confirmed a number of new programs for 2017
Seven has confirmed a number of new programs that will underpin the network’s commitment to Australian programming, including new major Australian drama projects: Olivia Newton-John, Warnie, Hoges: The Paul Hogan Story and new Blue Murder: Killer Cop, starring Richard Roxburgh.
Seven also confirmed 2017 seasons for Jessica Mauboy in The Secret Daughter, Rebecca Gibney in Wanted and Erik Thomson in 800 Words.
Australia’s most watched program – My Kitchen Rules – will again launch Seven’s primetime in 2017. House Rules is also confirmed for a new season along with two of Seven’s big hits from 2016: First Dates and Seven Year Switch.
Joining this portfolio will be a number of new series: Million Dollar Cold Case, Yummy Mummies, The Aussie Property Flippers, Murder Uncovered and, now being filmed under a veil of secrecy, a controversial new show that will be the most talked-about program of 2017.
Seven has also secured two new US series: the comedy series Trial and Error and new action drama Training Day.
Commenting, Angus Ross, Seven’s Director of Network Programming, said: “We are well placed over the coming 12 months. We have great event and drama franchises and an extraordinary sports portfolio. We look forward to building on our ten consecutive years of leadership in primetime as we launch 2017 with the Australian Open and Australia’s most successful program, My Kitchen Rules.”