Australian television personality Nicky Buckley will host the show with her husband Murray Bingham, supported by Mieke Buchan and Luke Darcy.
Since its inaugural broadcast in 2008, Q & A has gone from strength to strength in terms of popularity, which is significantly fuelled by the effects of social media and its connection with its audience.
Involving celebs, comedians and entertainers, the quiz will aim to offer a broad appeal in order to reach both sports and non-sports fans alike.
In an attempt to avoid the inevitable online streaming and torrenting of shows immediately after their US broadcast, Nine has secured the rights to screen brand new episodes of The Mentalist and Two and a Half Men just days after their American debuts.
The original dating show Daten In het Donker, which premiered in 2009, has since been adapted by numerous other regions including the UK, Germany, Finland and France, garnering significant ratings success.
One of the most lavish and luxurious two-mile handicap in the world, the Emirates Melbourne Cup is followed by millions of race aficionados worldwide.
The Australian adaptation is based on the original American format, in which a multinational CEO spends in a week in their employee's shoes to allow them to address issues and problems within the company.
After announcing his departure from the iconic current affairs program in September to start "a new chapter" in his life, O'Brien has signed on to join Four Corners, which is broadcast weekly as opposed to four nights a week on…
The documentary traces the history of enigmatic head of the Australian Security and Intelligence Office (ASIO), Charles Spry.
Presented by Spicks & Specks team leader and self-confessed Powderfinger fanatic Myf Warhurst, Powderfinger: The Final Odyssey will include behind the scenes tour clips, interviews with the band and an overview of their success.
Andrew Gunsberg is set to follow in the footsteps of Liam Hemsworth (Neighbours), Portia de Rossi (Arrested Development), Simon Baker (The Mentalist) and Ryan Kwanten (True Blood), leaving our sunburnt country for the glitz of Hollywood and his Stateside TV debut.