Network Ten Unveils 2021 Line-Up With Many of Your Favourites Returning


Masks, makers and MasterChef’s. Survivors, racers and lovers. Celebrities, cops and comedians. Inventors, lifeguards and pooches — if any of these tickle your fancy, then you’ll want to tune in to Network Ten in 2021.

On October 15, a brand new line-up was announced with many of your favourite series returning and of course, the addition of some new and exciting content.

With a passion for creating Australian content, the network’s aim is to celebrate all that is local, and is ready to roll out a slew of homegrown content.

What’s Returning?

Reality TV

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!

On January 3, Julia Morris and Dr Chris Brown will head deep into the Australian bush for the seventh season of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! putting a whole host of new celebrities to the test on home soil.

The Amazing Race Australia

In 2021, Beau Ryan is back at the helm of The Amazing Race with a whole new bunch of racers, filming in Australia’s own backyard. The show is staying home to present Australia at its most amazing.

The Masked Singer Australia

Take it off! Take it off! Back by popular demand, The Masked Singer is returning for a new series of spectacle and speculation.

MasterChef Australia

After a successful Back to Win season — and a finale that drew in two million viewers — the new and improved MasterChef is back with judges Andy Allen, Melissa Leong and Jock Zonfrillo.

Australian Survivor

Survivor: All-Stars was proof that Survivor is still one of the most popular series for the network.

Jonathan LaPaglia once again presiding over another series of jaw-dropping challenges, bold blindsides and unlikely alliances.

The Bachelor Australia and The Bachelorette Australia

Would it really be a Network Ten line-up without “Bachie”?

“Get set for more love stories, luxurious dates, and alpaca cameos when we return with The Bachelor and The Bachelorette Australia in 2021,” host Osher Gunsberg said in a statement.

“I’m thrilled to be dusting off the suits for another season, and I’m as excited as you are to meet our brand-new Bachelor and Bachelorette.”

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The Living Room

Looking for the inspirational? Amanda Keller, Chris Brown, Barry Du Bois and Miguel Maestre return for another season of The Living Room.

Hughesy, We Have A Problem

Dave “Hughesy” Hughes is back to solve your problems on Hughesy, We Have A Problem. He will tackle more of life’s biggest, smallest and most awkward issues.

Have You Been Paying Attention?

Join Quizmaster Tom Gleisner and series regulars Sam Pang and Ed Kavalee for another season of Australia’s favourite (and funniest) quiz show, Have You Been Paying Attention?

Bondi Rescue, The Project, Studio 10, Gogglebox Australia and Ambulance Australia are also returning.

TV Series

Five Bedrooms

Kat Stewart, Stephen Peacocke, Doris Younane, Katie Robertson and Roy Joseph are all returning for season two of Five Bedrooms.

How To Stay Married

Prepare to laugh along as husband and wife duo Greg (Pete Helliar) and Em (Lisa McCune) battle through the highs and lows of married life.

How to Stay Married
Lisa McCune on the set of How to Stay Married. Network Ten.

What’s New?

Making It Australia

If you haven’t had a chance to watch the US version of Making It on BINGE, then you might want to watch it before the Australian version premieres.

From executive producers Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman (who host the US series), this light-hearted crafting series features a diverse range of talented ‘makers’ showcasing their artistic skills.

The Dog House Australia

In feel-good series The Dog House Australia, be helping some lonely dogs find their fur-ever home. The show is set inside a rescue shelter and will pair rescue dogs with their fur-ever families.

The First Inventors

A co-commissioned series which is currently in development with National Indigenous Television (NITV), The First Inventors will take audiences on a journey back through time.

Going back 70,000 and 120,000 years ago, the series will study a community in the midst of developing sophisticated stone tools, art, agriculture, irrigation and much more.

Presenter Rob Collins will meet and collaborate with First Nations authorities whose frontline fieldwork is giving us an exciting new insight into ancient Indigenous innovations and discoveries.

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