The network announced its 2012 line-up in Sydney on Wednesday night, which included the return of Johnny Young's '70s and '80s talent show.
The show, which launched the careers of Dannii Minogue, Tina Arena and Debbie Byrne, will this time be hosted by former Australian Idol finalist Rob Mills and produced by its original creator Johnny Young.
The network said the program, which will start in 2012, will be a contemporary take on the original format aimed at the Glee generation.
Ten's programming officer David Mott said the network will continue to focus on the younger demographics.
"2012 is shaping up as one of our most entertaining years ever," he said.
"We are firmly focused on dominating in 18 to 49 [year olds]."
The network will also take on Nine and Seven in the coveted breakfast slot next year.
"Breakfast radio has taught me a great deal about how people want to start their day," Rochford says.
"They want the facts but they want them in a light and entertaining way."
Ten's building reality show The Renovators is due to get a renovation of its own with the network announcing changes to its format, which will start in the current season.
The Renovators has had disappointing ratings so far, despite Ten's attempt to boost them by sandwiching an episode in the middle of the MasterChef Australia final or swapping timeslots with popular shows like Modern Family.
"So far the format has underperformed," Mott says.
"But it's a brand we believe in so we are working directly with Shine to renovate The Renovators for 2011 and beyond."
However, 6.30 with George Negus will return without any changes in the same timeslot next year despite also having underperformed in the ratings in 2011.
Australian drama for 2012 includes Underground: The Julian Assange Story, which will focus on the WikiLeaks founder's activities as an 18-year-old computer hacker.
Ten will also produce a television adaptation of Kathy Lette and Gabrielle Carey's 1970s coming of age story Puberty Blues.
British talk show The Graham Norton Show will move from the ABC to Ten next year and will join new international programs such as the Zooey Deschanel comedy series New Girl and the Bones' spin-off procedural show The Finder.