Another year, another lineup of prime TV to binge to the content of our souls.
Yep, 2021 is already turning up to be worlds away from the 2020 trainwreck, um, and it is going to be right there on our screens.
Channel Seven revealed on Wednesday its stellar slate of shows set to debut on the network in 2021, and you can bet we’re in for some peak stuff.
We take a look at everything you can expect to come to your screen on Channel Seven next year, including a back-to-back return of Big Brother and Farmer Wants A Wife and even a refreshed version of the favorite talent show The Voice.
As predicted, in 2021, Big Brother will make a big return to Seven-and the house will have a plethora of changes from the conventional residence of 2020.
In the sneak peek, host Sonia Kruger said, “Our new housemates are in for a surprise.”
Filled with twists and turns, in the 2021 season, expect the unexpected.
As for Farmer Wants A Wife, with our new worthy farmer bach, we expect “a breath of fresh air.”
These guys are seeking “genuine affection,” according to host Natalie Gruzlewski.
The Voice will also make a fantastic return to its brand new Channel Seven network, and most excitingly, there will be a new lineup of judges on the network-yet to be announced, but look at this space!
It can also be predicted that Ultimate Tag, a show similar to the famous Ninja Warrior, will arrive in 2021.
Popular talent shows Australia’s Got Talent is now expected to return after being canceled this year due to COVID-19.
Yeah, and there’s also the tiny inclusion of the famous Australian Idol that’s going to be updated in 2022-a while ago, but you can bet we’re going to wait!
Steve Peacocke will star in the new Aussie drama RFDS.
A whole new collection of dramatic storylines will bring Seven’s staple Home and Away to the Summer Bay locale.
RFDS’s latest show will make an impressive debut, too.
Starring Home and Away alum Steve Peacocke, as they witness the challenges and tribulations of a job on the frontline, the show follows members of the Royal Flying Doctor Service.
In 2021 ‘s lineup, Australian Gangster will also carry some extra drama.
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Spotlight’s investigation show will also look into some of the most gripping and intriguing crimes in Australia.
Of default, in 2021, the annual telethon will return to the network-COVID or no COVID.
And, of course, on Dawn, The Morning Show, and Seven News, expect more Kochie, more Sam Armitage, and all the rough news in between.