If you're wondering where all your favourite shows have disappeared to, there's one very quick answer: Easter non-ratings.
Between April 5 and April 18 we're in a black hole of reruns as most major programming takes a break. Annoyingly, these two weeks are not counted as official ratings surveys despite the fact that most of us are still watching the box.
So programmers will sit tight on new episodes of many profile shows. Newsreaders are all out to lunch.
Some will try to sneak a repeat episode under the radar, but don't be fooled.
Nine is even taking the opportunity to strike when there's less competition by launching new programming. Most are lifestyle, factual and clip shows including What's Good For You, RPA, Commercial Breakdown, World's Funniest Videos and the return of Hell's Kitchen. There's no guarantee they will all survive.
The good news is what's in store once these two weeks are behind us.
TEN will launch MasterChef Australia on April 29th.