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    H2O: Just Add Water

    H2O: Just Add Water

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    Network Ten (ended 2010)
    Season One: The lifes of three girls living on the Australian Gold Coast are changed forever. When Cleo, Emma and Rikki stumble upon a pool inside the dreaded Mako Island, a full moon transforms them and the next day they start turning into super powered mermaids! With the help of friend Lewis, the girls manage to control their powers and hide their secrets. But it becomes difficult with maddening full moons, nosey scientists and local bad boy Zane going on a quest to find them! Season Two: Following the incident with Dr Denman and the Lunar Eclipse, Emma, Cleo and Rikki want to go back to their normal lives. But when the full moon comes back, all three girls have a dramatic power change! Without Lewis, they could destroy themselves. But their friend is trying his best to help them, despite his relationship with geeky Charlotte. But Charlotte proves to be more of a threat when she learns about her grandmother being a mermaid and stumbles into the moon pool - and becomes a mermaid herself! Season Three: Emma has left town and Rikki and Cleo are all by themselves and they meet a new mermaid named Bella. A new boy named Will is a skilled diver who accidentally releases a powerful force on the mermaids.Leiws all so laves the show.moreless
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    Offspring

    Offspring

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    Network Ten
    Based on the telemovie on the same name, Offspring is a family drama starring Asher Keddie (Underbelly, Love My Way, Rush, 30 Seconds, Xmen Origins: Wolverine) Set in the urban Melbourne suburb of Fitzroy, the series, described as "buoyant" and "romantic" follows 30-something obstetrician Nina Proudman (Keddie) as she juggles her wonderfully chaotic family and one impossible love after another....moreless
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    Neighbours

    Neighbours

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    Network Ten
    Neighbours is a weekday soap opera exploring the lives and relationships of the residents of Ramsay Street in Erinsborough. Now in its 26th year of production, Neighbours is Australia's most successful television program, not to mention being a hit world-wide. Neighbours has already hit the 6000th episode mark and looks set to continue serving up the laughter, tears and drama that has taken the world by storm. The show is currently produced by FremantleMedia Australia. Reg Watson is the man who created the show. Music tracks provided to the show are done so by Mushroom Music Publishing. Animals appearing on the show are provided by Animal Actors. The current network's drama executive is Claire Tonkin and the network's publicist is Paula Lucarelli, these associations and people are credited at the end of each episode. Neighbours originated on Australia's Seven Network in 1985, then moved to Network Ten from 1986-2010. In 2011 it moved to one of Network Ten's free-to-air digital channels, Eleven, where in currently airs Monday-Friday at 6:30pm. It should be noted that this episode guide runs at the same pace as the episodes originally air in Australia. For New Zealand the guide is approximately 3 weeks ahead (15 episodes). In the UK and Ireland the guide is approximately 9 weeks ahead (45 episodes). The end credits of each episode show the entire main cast and any main cast that have moved from starring in the show, to take on a recurring role, even if they didn't appear in an episode. The episode guide however only contains the cast specific to the episode, along with the crew credited for appearing on the show. Stefan Dennis (Paul Robinson) is the only current cast member to appear in the first episode and remain on the show, although had left in 1992, before returning in 2005. He lives at number 22, with his daughter Lucinda 'Elle' Robinson (Pippa Black) her boyfriend Lucas Fitzgerald (Scott Major) and Donna Freedman (Margot Robbie). Number 24 is the home of the Ramsays donated to them by the Salvation Army. Here brother & sister Harry (Will Moore), and Kate (Ashleigh Brewer) live with younger sister, Sophie (Kaiya Jones). Number 26 is were the currently longest serving cast member Tom Oliver lives, as Lou Carpenter. The Napiers also live here, with mother Rebecca (Jane Hall) lives with her son Declan (James Sorensen) and his daughter India (currently played by two twin babies, Alia & Gab Devercelli). Number 28 is the Kennedy's family home, were Susan (Jackie Woodburne) and Karl (Alan Fletcher) live, alongside their adoptive son Zeke Kinski (Matthew Werkmeister) and his friend Ringo Brown (Sam Clark). Sunny Lee (Hany Lee Choi) also lives here. Number 30 or 'The House of Trouser' as dubbed by many of it's residents over the years, is Jarrod "Toadie" Rebecchi (Ryan Moloney) home. Were he lives with his adopted son Callum Jones (Morgan Baker). The pair are joined by Dan Fitzgerald (Brett Tucker), Karl & Susan's daughter and Dan's husband, Elizabeth "Libby" Kennedy-Fitzgerald (Kym Valentine), Libby's son Ben (Blake O'Leary) also lives here. Number 32, is the Scully family home, Steph Scully (Carla Bonner) lives here with her son Charlie Hoyland (Jacob Brito) and her mum Lyn (Janet Andrewartha).moreless
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    Rush

    Rush

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    Network Ten (ended 2011)
    This Australian police drama gives viewers an inside look at a Tactical Response Team based in Melbourne, focused on preventing crime rather than chasing criminals.
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    Prisoner: Cell Block H

    Prisoner: Cell Block H

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    Network Ten (ended 1986)
    Prisoner (Prisoner: Cell Block H in the United Kingdom) is a long running Australian soap about the inmates at the fictional women's prison Wentworth Detention Centre. The show ran from 1979 to 1986, with 692 episodes being made in total.moreless
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    MasterChef Australia

    MasterChef Australia

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    Network Ten
    Based on the British reality program of the same name, MasterChef airs from Sunday through to Friday. The contestants will be led through challenges by host Sarah Wilson which will give chefs from around the country the ultimate once in a lifetime opportunity to develop and broaden their cooking skills. Their weekly challenges include; off-site challenge, mystery box, celebrity cheff challenge and masterclass. Each week there will be two eliminations; one decided by the contestants, and the other by the judges.moreless
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    The Elephant Princess

    The Elephant Princess

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    Network Ten
    Alex Wilson thinks she is an average suburban girl -- until she discovers she is in fact the heir to the throne of a magical kingdom, Manjipoor. With the help of Kuru, she must master her magic powers and defend her royal inheritance, whilst balancing the pull of both worlds to find her true destiny.moreless
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    Mako Mermaids: An H2O Adventure

    Mako Mermaids: An H2O Adventure

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    Network Ten
    Three young mermaids Lyla, Sirena, and Nixie are left out of the full moon celebrations to guard the Mako Island. But when they allow two human boys enter the island and one of the boys, Zac, ends up with a tail and powers, the pod has to leave. Girls are cast out as a punishment. To be let back in they have to travel to the mainland, get legs and make sure that Zac looses the gifts Moon Pool gave him.moreless
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    The Secret Life of Us

    The Secret Life of Us

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    Network Ten (ended 2005)
    The Secret Life Of Us is an Australian drama revolving around the lives of the residents of an apartment block in an urban suburb of Melbourne. It follows the characters through some of life's most complex journeys, as they search for themselves in their work, social and family lives, yet always following one simple rule: all roads lead back to your friends. This critically acclaimed, multi-award winning and hugely popular and successful series has gone from strength to strength, delving into aspects of young adulthood never before seen in such an honest and realistic way on Australian television. Featuring an all-star and incredibly talented Aussie cast, including Deborah Mailman, Samuel Johnson, Claudia Karvan and Joel Edgerton, while continuing to find new talent and introducing them in fresh new story lines. The show has been given a boost in it's fourth season on Network Ten, with new producers, writers and actors working hard to continue to deliver the quality that has come to be accepted by viewers of Secret Life. The show was pulled off air in March 2004 because of very poor ratings. The rest of season aired during 2005. The show became to hard to follow in it's last season with so many new cast members and people just stop watching.moreless
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    Australian Idol

    Australian Idol

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    Network Ten
    For the past five years Australian Idol has been a platform for many young artists to jump start their careers. Producing such artists as Guy Sebastian, Shannon Noll and The Young Divas. Now it's back, and better than ever! Through auditions, concerts and voting by the public, one person will be crowned 'Australian Idol' and will receive a one million dollar recording contract and national fame. Hosted by Channel [V]'s hosts Andrew G, James "Jimmy" Mathison and (as of 2008) Ricki Lee Coulter; and judged by Mark Holden, Marcia Hines and Kyle Sandilands, this the only competition that is sure to produce more than one star but only one Australian Idol. Australian Idol won the 2005 and 2006 Logie Award for "Most Popular Reality Program" and has been nominated for six others.moreless
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    Echo Point

    Echo Point

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    Network Ten (ended 1995)
    Welcome to Echo Point. Echo Point was a (sadly) short-lived nightly drama serial set in the now-obligatory Aussie bayside community, which was the scene of a gruesome double murder a decade before. Daniel Blake, the prime suspect (and son of the millionaire victims), has returned to his home town to rebuild his life, but his presence casts a shadow over the lives of the Loman, Amadio, Brennan, and O'Connor families, all of whom will be in some way touched by his return. Echo Point died an unneccesarily short death, but deserves much credit for introducing young actors such as Tom Long, Rose Byrne, and Louise Crawford. Theme song for the show was "Who Fell in Love?" sung by Nick Howard.moreless
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    The Biggest Loser (Australia)

    The Biggest Loser (Australia)

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    Network Ten
    The hit show 'The Biggest Loser' comes to Australia, taking the country by storm. Hosted by Ajay Rochester - who herself has halved her body weight - and under the expert guidance of American trainers Bob Harper and Jillian Micheles, overweight contestants battle not only for the 200 000 prize, but for their lives, their health and their futures.
    Full of twists and turns, 'The Biggest Loser' takes viewers on a whirlwind experience of weight loss, determination and emotion.
    Now in it's second season, 'The Biggest Loser' continues to engage.moreless
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    Rove Live

    Rove Live

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    Network Ten (ended 2009)
    Considered Australia's answer to the likes of Leno, Letterman, and O'Brien, Rove McManus presents a live, weekly, Logie-winning variety/talk program that is broadcast nationwide to Australia and New Zealand.

    Regular segments on Rove Live include Petespace, Hamish and Andy and RyDeas. The show also makes creative use of its database of willing Live List members who volunteer to have their lives interrupted on air.

    And let's not forget a guest list comprising the biggest names Rove can lay his hands on, each and every week. Musically, Rove Live consistently presents some of the most cutting edge Australian and international acts.

    Co-host Peter Helliar continues to provide the laughs, whether by reviewing DVDs, showing off his PeteSpace or just interrupting Rove to hit on a guest.

    2007 saw the start of the Hamish and Andy segment, RyDeas, PeteSpace and the continuation of Carrie Bickmore's News Week.moreless
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    Breakers

    Breakers

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    Network Ten (ended 1999)
    Breakers is an Australian soap opera. It is set in and around Sydney's Bondi Beach, and is centred around The Breaker, a majestic old beach front building, still owned by the family who brought it in the 1930's. It focuses on an extended family which between them they own three businesses in the beach front building, a cafe (Kate's Cafe), a newspaper (The Breaker), and a modelling school (Breaker's Modelling School).moreless
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    Number 96

    Number 96

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    Network Ten (ended 1977)
    Number 96 offered many an actor a start to their careers. Number 96 was considered controversial and resulted in many television firsts - including the first openly gay regular character on a tv sitcom. Long running shows like Number 96, Bell Bird, A Country Practice, The Bill, Grange Hill etc. that have many guest stars and regulars are recalled by viewers when they see a former cast member in a new production. In 1974,Number 96 the movie was released. After 1218 episodes the series finished up in 1977. America's NBC network produced their own series in the 80's but the appeal was not the same.moreless
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    Pirate Island

    Pirate Island

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    Network Ten (ended 2004)
    Kate, Nicholas and Sarah Redding's father is a computer game designer and Kate is testing a game called Pirate Island - a game involved 18th century pirates and a very cute guy castaway called Mars. Sarah triggers a device which sends all three siblings into the computer game where they loose the device to Captain Blackheart and find themselves trapped. Kate soon realises that if she wants to go home - they need to steal back the device and win the game - but that will mean leaving Mars behind. Awards: Winner of the Atom Award for Best Children's TV Series in 2003 (Australia).moreless
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    Bondi Vet

    Bondi Vet

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    Network Ten
    Bondi Vet is a real-life series which goes behind the scenes of Dr Chris Brown's veterinary practice in Bondi Beach, Australia.
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    E Street

    E Street

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    Network Ten (ended 1993)
    E-Street follows the lives, loves, losses & triumphs of the various citizens of the fictional suburb of Westside of Sydney, Australia. At first the show was predictable and boring, standard fare by Channel 10 to compete with Home & Away but Channel 10 had faith and, in a bid to increase ratings, killed off perennial favorite, Sarah McKillop in a shock murder. Soon After, the Soap regained viewers by serialising the drama. Then with the arrival of Sonny Bennett in 1990 began a 3 Year High for the Australian Production, helping to encourage Young Talent (Toni Pearan & Melissa Bell to name just a couple) and really introducing the term "Plot Twist" to Australian Dramas (Werewolves and 3 Main Characters Being Blown Up In Their Car). So Sit back (Maybe not at 4am in the morning!) and relax with the Highs & Lows, Highlights & Tragedies, Comings & Goings of E-Street!moreless
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    Australia's Brainiest Kid

    Australia's Brainiest Kid

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    Network Ten
    Australia's Brainiest Kid started as a reality series in the Seven Network but in 2005 it changed over to Channel Ten. Each week, Australian kids would use their wits to answer trivia questions to see who would eventually become Australia's Brainiest Kid. Hosted by Sandra Sully, this television show later became Australia's Brainiest, featuring things like Australia's Brainiest Musician, Housemate, and Footballer etc. There are three rounds of elimination to determine who the winner is. Round 1 The first round contains twelve multiple choice general knowledge questions (four possibilities for each question). The contestant's have five seconds to answer each question and earn one point for each correct answer. The highest five/six go through to the next round. If there is a tie between two or more of the contestant's for the final spot in the second round, a tie breaker is played. Round 2 In the second and third rounds, the order of play is important. This game decides this order. A sequence of digits appears on the screen of 3 digits or more. Each digit corresponds to two or three letters, just as on a telephone keypad. The contestants are given a number code and a word clue. The order of play is the order in which the contestants find the answer. In the second round, the contestants have to choose two categories and had 45 seconds for each category to answer as many questions as possible, earning one point per correct answer. There are twelve categories in all and each category could only be chosen once, making the order of play important. The highest three go through to the next round. Round 3 In the third round, the contestants have to choose numbers from a 6x6 'memory board'. There are five questions in each contestant's special subject and 21 general knowledge questions. The first child's special subject questions were highlighted in red, the second child's in gold, and the third child's in blue. The general knowledge questions are highlighted in silver. Correct answers to general knowledge questions earned one point, questions from their special subject two, and questions from other contestant's special subjects three. The contestants generally choose questions from their own special subject.moreless
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    Bellamy

    Bellamy

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    Network Ten (ended 1981)
    Australian crime drama
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