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Home and Away, often referred to as H&A as well, is a long-running Australian soap opera written for television. The show is set in the fictional seaside town of Summer Bay in New South Wales, where Tom and Pippa Fletcher run a caravan park together with their six foster children. Neighbours is an Australian soap opera written for television and created by Reg Watson, who was also responsible for series such as Prisoner and Sons & Daughters. Action Highway Patrol, also known as Ten-4, is an American action crime drama that aired between the years 1955 and 1959. The main character of the show is Dan Mathews, a rough and very dedicated head of police in an unidentified town in the west of the United States. Crime Criminal Minds is an American police crim drama for television created and produced by Jeff Davis, who is also responsible for the popular television series reboot of the 1985 movie Teen Wolf for MTV. Fargo is an American drama series written for television and often referred to as well as a “black comedy-crime drama”. The series is based on the 1996 movie of the same name which was written and directed by the Coen brothers. Informer 3838 is a spin-off of the Australian true-crime drama franchise Underbelly and several actors from the previous series reprise their roles for the spin-off. Lewis, which is also known as Inspector Lewis, is a British detective drama created for television by Colin Dexter, the well-known English crime writer known for his Inspector Morse series of novels. Miss Marple is a British crime mystery series written for television and based on the famous Miss Marple novels and short stories by Agatha Christie. She wrote a total of twelve Miss Marple novels and each one of them has been dramatised for television. The Brokenwood Mysteries is a New Zealand detective series set in the fictional town of Brokenwood in New Zealand. The series was conceived by Tim Balme (Shortland Street, Mercy Peak), who is also one of the writers for the show, and stars Neill Rea (Go Girls, Auckward Love) and Fern Sutherland (The Almighty Johnsons, Go Girl). Vera is a British crime series written for television and inspired by the novels of the same name by well-known crime writer Ann Cleeves. The series' protagonist is Detective Chief Inspector Vera Stanhope (played by Brenda Blethyn) who works for the Northumberland & City Police, a fictional department. Drama 9-1-1 is an American series created for television by Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and Tim Minear, who in various combinations have been responsible for big TV hits as Glee, Nip/Tuck, and American Horror Story. Absentia is an American-made thriller drama series written for television that stars Canadian actress Stana Katic (Castle, Heroes), Australian actor Matthew Le Nevez (Offspring, The Kettering Incident), and American actor Patrick Heusinger (Gossip Girl, Royal Pains) in the main roles. Between Two Worlds is an Australian drama series written and created for television by Australian writer and executive Bevan Lee (Sons & Daughters, Packed to the Rafters). Call the Midwife is a British drama series written for television revolving around the day-to-day lives of a group of midwives working in the impoverished East End of London, Great Britain, in the 1950's and 1960's. Doctor Doctor is an Australian drama series written for television by, among others, Tony McNamara (The Favourite, The Great). Outside of Australasia, the series is also known as The Heart Guy. Find Me In Paris is an English-spoken, French-German-produced teen drama comedy series set on location in the French capital of Paris. The series sets off in the year 1905, where a Russian princess called Helena Grisky is training at the Opéra de Paris to become a prima ballerina. Manifest is an American supernatural television drama that originally aired on NBC. Amongst the members of its relatively large cast are Melissa Roxburgh (Star Trek Beyond, Diary of a Wimpy Kid), who plays an NYPD detective, Josh Dallas (Once Upon a Time, Thor), who portrays Roxburgh's character's brother, and Athena Karkanis (Corn & Peg, House of Cards), who stars as Dallas' on-screen wife. Midsomer Murders is a British crime and detective series about Chief Inspector Tom Barnaby, and in later seasons about his cousin Chief Inspector John Barnaby, played by Neil Dudgeon. New Amsterdam is an American medical drama television series that was based on the book Twelve Patients: Life and Death at Bellevue Hospital by Eric Manheimer. Poldark is a British historical drama television series that is based on the books of the same title by the English novelist Winston Graham. It was written and adapted for the BBC by English write and producer Debbie Horsfield (The Riff Raff Element, Cutting It) and directed by various directors throughout the years. The Code is an Australian drama series written and produced for television by Shelley Birse, one of Australia's most notable screenwriters. Each season consists of six episodes and revolves around a different story. The Coroner is a British daytime drama series consisting of 20 episodes and revolving around Jane Kennedy, a coroner in the fictional town of Lighthaven in South Devon. The Good Doctor is an American medical drama based on a popular television series of the same name from South Korea. The original was written by Park Jae-Bum, but it was actor Daniel Dae Kim (Lost, Hawaii Five-O) who bought the rights and adapted the series for the American and English-speaking markets. The Secrets She Keeps is an Australian psychological thriller written by Sarah Walker (Neighbours, All Saints) and Jonathan Gavin, and based on the thriller novel of the same name by Michael Robotham. Thrillers Liar is a British mystery thriller series written for television, created by Harry and Jack Williams, and produced by ITV and Sundance TV. The story revolves around Laura Nielson, an intelligent teacher groing through a tough breakup when she is set up on a date with a recently widowed surgeon called Andrew Earlham, who also has a son who attends Laura's school. Game Shows Australian Survivor is the Australian adaptation of the international blockbuster reality game show Survivor. Like the other versions of the format, Australian Survivor features a group of contestants who are left behind in an isolated located where they need to get essentials like food, water, and shelter for themselves. Have You Been Paying Attention?, which is often also stylised as Have you been paying attention? Or referred to as HYBPA, is an Australian game show in which five guests (two of which are permanent) are quizzed about the top stories in the news that week. Lego Masters, which tends to be stylised as LEGO Masters, is an Australian reality television show based on the original British version with the same name. Love & Dating Bachelor in Paradise is an American reality competition series produced for television by Next Entertainment and Warner Horizon Television. It represents a spin-off of the popular American reality series The Bachelor and The Bachelorette. Dating Naked is an Australian combination of a reality show and a dating game for television in which participants go on dates with each other while being completely nude during a major part of the show. The Bachelor Australia, also referred to as simply The Bachelor, is an Australian reality dating program for television based on the world famous American show with the same name. Series Since the 29th of May 1996 Australian Story has been aired weekly as a reality documentary series for national Australian television. Every week since the start of the show Caroline Jones has presented the stories of Australians from all backgrounds and walks of life. Ink Master is an American reality and competition show written for television and revolving around a tattoo artist who have to complete challenges related to their trade in order to win a $100'000 cash prize and the title of Ink Master. Songs of Praise is a British religious programme written for television and produced by the BBC since 1961. Each episode is broadcast from a single location from which congregations from a church or cathedral sing hymns while the presenter covers the week's topic or theme. The Big Bang Theory is an American comedy series written for television and created by, amongst others, Chuck Lorre, who is also responsible for blockbuster series like Two and a Half Men and Mike & Molly. This Is Us is an American television show revolving around the lives of Kate, Kevin and Randall. Kate and Kevin were born as triplets, but their brother Randall was stillborn as a result of the babies being born six weeks premature. Reality Shows Big Brother Australia, more popularly known as simply Big Brother, is an Australian reality game show made for televison, and based on the original Dutch Big Brother format. Bondi Rescue is an Australian non-fictional television series about the daily comings and goings of the professional lifeguards of Waverly Council who patrol Sydney's world-renowned Bondi Beach. Border Security: Australia's Front Line is an Australian factual program written for television and airing on the Seven Network. The show revolves around the Australian Department of Home Affairs, the Australian Border Force, and the Australian Quarantine and Inspection Service (and occasionally the Sydney mail centre), and the officers who work at these public service providers. Escape from the City is an Australian reality lifestyle television show based on the hugely popular British format Escape to the Country. It follows couples, families, or individuals who have decided to leave the busy city life behind for a life in the country. Escape to the Chateau is a documentary series from the British Channel 4 network. The series follows the story of Dick Strawbridge and Angela Adoree as they buy a 19th-century castle to renovate in Martigné-sur-Mayenne, in the north-west of France.
Farmer Wants a Wife is a reality series produced for Seven Network. Each season revolves around a number of farmers in Australia who are in search of a spouse. Gogglebox Australia is the Australian version of the hugely popular British television show with the same name. Sometimes referred to as a fly-on-the-wall show, the concept of the show, simply put, is "watching people watch TV". Outback Truckers is an Australian reality series written for television revolving around the lives and issues of professionals and interesting personalities active in the Australian road-transport industry. Pooch Perfect is an Australian reality program for television revolving around a dog grooming competition and hosted by home-grown Hollywood talent Rebel Wilson. The Yorkshire Vet is a British documentary series produced by the BBC that follows the work and daily life of the staff of Skeldale Veterinary Centre in Thirsk, North Yorkshire. World of Dance is an American reality competition show for television produced by Jennifer Lopez, and hosted by American dancer and actress Jenna Dewan and later by American television personality Scott Evans. Entertainment Australian Ninja Warrior is sports entertainment competition created by Ushio Higuchi and produced for Australia by Endemol Shine Australia. It's a spin-off of the original Japanese series Sasuke and is broadcast on the Nine Network. Talent Shows The Voice Australia is an Australian reality and talent show that is part of the worldwide The Voice-franchise, which grew from the original Dutch version of the same name. Comedy The Graham Norton Show is a British comedy chat show written for television set at the London Studios, which are also referred to sometimes as the South Bank Studios. Reports Award-winning reporter and journalist Sarah Ferguson presents unrivalled insights into the issue of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church in this three-part documentary. Travel Destination Flavour is an Australian food and travel show written for television and hosted by Adam Liaw, the winner of MasterChef Australia in 2010. His victory that year is one of the most watched non-sporting events in the history of Australian television. Current affairs & News Four Corners is an Australian television programme revolving around investigative journalism and the coverage of current affairs. The show debuted on TV in 1961 and has since then become the longest-running show of its kind in Australia. Landline is an Australian national television program about rural issues that is presented by Australian journalist and television personality Pip Courtney. Living & Home Improvement Better Homes and Gardens is an Australian lifestyle show made for television. The series is mainly about lifestyle and home improvement in areas such as gardening, cooking and pet care. Escape to the Country is a British television show about the purchases of (rural) real estate by ordinary people and families. The subjects of each episode are usually looking to leave the city where they live behind in order to move to a calmer and more rural location. New TV-shows Catch Up on Plate Of Origin and watch online. Missed an episode of Plate Of Origin? Find and watch all the latest episodes. Catch up TV on The Block. Watch the latest and all other episodes of The Block now online, broadcasted on Channel 9. Catch up on your favorite Channel 9 TV show: The Block. Catch up TV on Endeavour. Watch the latest and all other episodes of Endeavour now online, broadcasted on 7Two. Catch up on your favorite 7Two TV show: Endeavour. Catch Up on The Masked Singer Australia and watch online. Missed an episode of The Masked Singer Australia? Find and watch all the latest episodes.