New local drama series Winners and Losers , from the makers of Packed to The Rafters , will seek to maintain the network's success with feel-good drama. Virgina Gay, Melanie Vallejo, Melissa Bergland and Zoe Tuckwell-Smith star as four twenty-something girls meet again at their 10-year high school reunion. It also features Denise Scott, Blair McDonough, Michala Banas and Francis Greenslade.
Get your passport ready for The Amazing Race Australia , hosted by Grant Bowler, as Aussie teams take to the skies in this local version of the hit reality show -- and yes they do fly to foreign territories, and we don't mean Hobart.
It's another cooking show as Conviction Kitchen opens a restaurant in Brisbane. Chef Ian Curley employs ex-criminals to work as wait staff and apprentice chefs, as they try to turn their lives around.
The Sopranos ’ Michael Imperioli works the Homicide Unit in Detroit 1-8-7 . And we can't wait for Michael Chiklis and Julie Benz head up a family with superpowers in the comedy/drama No Ordinary Family .
From the UK comes Downton Abbey, set in an Edwardian country house in 1912, portraying the lives of the Crawley family and the servants who work for them.
And National Geographic's stunning wildlife series Great Migrations is coming to Seven. Three years in the making, narrated by Alec Baldwin, with breathtaking cinematography, this is must-see television.
Seven is still to formally announce another new drama series, Wild Boys , set in the 1850s while there is also no decision yet on The X Factor . There are new episodes of City Homicide coming but Seven isn't saying if it will go back into production.
A slew of local favourite shows will also return, including My Kitchen Rules, Border Security, Sunday Night, Australia's Got Talent, Packed to the Rafters, Home and Away, Better Homes and Gardens, The Zoo and RSPCA Animal Rescue .
And among other returning international shows for 2011 are 30 Rock, Bones, Brothers and Sisters, Castle, Cougar Town, Beauty and the Geek, Dancing With The Stars, Deal or No Deal, Four Weddings, World's Strictest Parents, Airways, Highway Patrol, Criminal Minds, Desperate Housewives, Grey's Anatomy, How I Met Your Mother, Parenthood, Private Practice The Amazing Race, and more yet to be announced.