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Soaps 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. The Bold and the Beautiful is an American soap opera written for television and a sister show to another soap opera of the same creators called The Young and the Restless. Crime Death in Paradise is a British-French crime comedy series written for television that takes place on Guadeloupe, a French island in the Caribbean. The premise of the show revolves around British detective Richard Poole (played by Ben Miller) who is sent to a fictional paradise island called Saint Marie in the Caribbean in order to investigate the murder of a British police officer there. Homeland is an American thriller series written for television, and based on the acclaimed Israeli series Prisoners of War. The show revolves around CIA officer Carrie Mathison (played by Claire Danes), brilliant at her work but suffering from bipolar personality disorder, and US Marine Nicholas Brody (played by Damian Lewis), a sniper for the Corps who at the start of the series is freed after 8 years of captivity by Al Qaeda and who is suspected of having been "turned" by the enemy in an attempt to attack the United States on home soil. No Offence is a British police drama series written for television and created by BAFTA Award-winning screenwriter Paul Abbott, who is also responsible for the creation of shows like Shameless and the BBC's State of Play. Drama 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. Insight is an American drama series written for television that aired weekly between 1960 and 1983. Roman Catholic priest Ellwood E. Kieser was the creator of the show, which he used to spread spiritual enrichment through television. 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. Game Shows Family Feud is? an American game show written for television in which two teams of five, each comprised exclusively of members of one and the same family, compete to win cash and prizes. My Kitchen Rules is an Australian competitive cooking-based TV reality show in which teams of two people are being challenged and pitched against each other to turn an ordinary home into a full-blown restaurant for one day. Love & Dating Married at First Sight is an Australian reality TV series in which three dating experts match up four couples who have never met before, and who will marry each other when they meet for the first time. 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. The Bachelorette is an American reality dating game show that is written for television and which is a spin-off of the show The Bachelor. The rules of the game have also been taken from The Bachelor. 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. Julia Zemiro's Home Delivery is an Australian interview-style series written for television and hosted by well-known and popular Australian presenter Julia Zemiro. Keeping Up with the Kardashians, which is sometimes abbreviated KUWTK, is an American reality show written for television and starring the Kardashian-Jenner family. Little Lunch is an Australian mockumentary-style comedy television series for children consisting of 26 15-minute episodes and inspired by the books by writer Danny Katz. Postcards is an Australian holiday and travel series written for television and serves as a showcase of all the beautiful things Australia and New Zealand have to offer. Scorpion is an American action series written for television and lightly inspired by the life and legend of Walter O'Brien, a computer genius. In Scorpion, Walter, with an IQ of 197 and known for hacking into NASA as a kid heads a high-tech crime-fighting organisation ? 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. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, often referred to as RHOBH as well, is an American reality television show and the sixth version of the The Real Housewives franchise, after Orange County, New York City, Atlanta, New Jersey and D. 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 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. Botched is an American reality series written for television and for original broadcasting on the network E! In the show the viewers follow plastic surgeons Terry Dubrow and Paul Nassif as they attempt to fix extreme plastic surgeries that have gone wrongg Britain's Got Talent, which is often referred to as BGT as well, is a British talent and reality show for television and is part of the Got Talent franchise. 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". House Rules is Australian reality series written for television that follows six couples as they renovate each other's homes and gardens and compete for an ultimate prize, based on their scores. 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. Entertainment The AFL Footy Show, which is also known as The Footy Show, is an Australian sports and variety entertainment show written for television. It covers the weekly developments in and around the Australian Football League and Australian rules football, with a focus on football-related entertainment news, including previews of the matches to come, interviews with active and former players and news reports. QI, which is short for Quite Interesting, is a British comedy quiz show written for television and with English stand-up comedian Alan Davies as a permanent member of the panel. Talent Shows MasterChef Australia ?is an Australian cooking game show that is part of the international MasterChef-franchise and based on the original British series of the same name. 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 Late Show with Stephen Colbert is an American late-night talk show written for television and hosted by American comedian Stephen Colbert. It was preceded by The Late Show with David Letterman after a successful run of 22 years. Reports 7.30 is an Australian news and current affairs television program that replaced the popular nightly current affairs program The 30 Report on ABC1 and ABC News 24 in 2011. Media Watch is an Australian media analysis program written for television in which the Australian media is critiqued. It is the most-watched program in its segment. Sunday Night is an Australian news and current affairs television program that features a combination of interviews, investigative reports, forums and feature stories. The Feed is an Australian news and current affairs television series with an important space for satire as well. The show airs on SBS Viceland every evening from Monday to Thursday, while on Fridays a compilation episode of the show is broadcasted under the name Friday Feed. 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. Travel Guides is an Australian television series about six groups of Australian people who become full-out travel critics over the period of one week. Talk Shows Footy Classfied, which was previously known as Footy Confidential, is an Australian television show that covers the most current affairs related to AFL Football (or Australian rules football). One Plus One is an Australian weekly interview show hosted by Jane Hutcheon, a renowned Hong-Kong-born international correspondent and author. For One Plus One she interviews both Australian and international personalities, public figures, celebrities and politicians for the audience to learn more about their lives and work. Q&A is an Australian television panel talk show hosted by Tony Jones, one of Australia's most well-known journalists and host of the ABC TV's renowned news and current affairs program Lateline. The World Game is an Australian television show about football that covers reviews and previews of both national and international football and related issues. Documentaries Great Continental Railway Journeys is a British documentary written for television and presented by Michael Portillo. For the series he travels on the railway networks of continental Europe while comparing how travel and its destinations have changed between the descriptions in his 1913 copy of Bradshaw's Continental Railway Guide and present day. Current affairs & News 60 Minutes is an Australian adaptation of the American news and current affairs program of the same name. Since the first episode in 1968 the show has become a reference in the Australian broadcasting industry, just as its American counterpart has become for American TV. A Current Affair is an American television news and current affairs show that ran between 1986 and 1996, and for a short period in 2005. What started as a late-night New York City broadcast soon grew to become a show covering stories from all over the United Stated that were missed or ignored by the dominant networks of the time. 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. Totally Wild is an Australian television series for children that has been on the air since 1992, making it one of Australia's longest running kids shows on TV. 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. Youth Slugterra is a Canadian animated series written for television revolving around Eli Shane, a 15-year old boy who wants to become the greatest slug-slinging hero of Slugterra, after his own dad. Kids Backyard Science is an Australian educational television show for children based on the books by the British publishing company Dorling Kindersley. In the series children carry out experiments with everyday items in order to enhance the scientific knowledge of their viewers in an entertaining and practical way. Ben and Holly's Little Kingdom is a British animated series written for television, and for a pre-school audience. It was first aired by Nickelodeon UK in 2009, after which the network decided to broadcast it on all their channels all over the world. Dinosaur Train, sometimes also referred to as Jim Henson's Dinosaur Train, is an American-Canadian-Singaporean animated television series for kids created by Craig Bartlett, who is also the brains behind the successful animated series Hey Arnold! Fireman Sam is an originally Welsh animated comedy series written for television and for an audience of ages 3 and up. The show revolves around a fireman called Sam and the rest of the fire department of the fictional Welsh village Pontypandy. Operation Ouch! is a British educational TV show for children about the human body. It covers topics such as what happens in Accidents and Emergencies (A&E) and the different problems doctors face, while the show's hosts Drs. Peppa Pig is a British animated series written for television and aimed at a pre-school audience. It follows the daily comings and goings of Peppa, an animated female pig, and her family and friends. Shaun the Sheep is a British animated series written for television and part of the famous Wallace and Gromit franchise. It is about Shaun, a sheep that appeared in various Wallace and Gromit adventures, such as Wallace and Gromit's Cracking Contraptions, and the adventures he has on the small farm where he lives with his flock. New TV-shows Catch up on Love Island Australia and watch online. Find the latest episodes of Love Island Australia, broadcast by Channel 9. Catch up on Olivia Newton-John: Hopelessly Devoted To You and watch online. Find the latest episodes of Olivia Newton-John: Hopelessly Devoted To You, broadcast by Seven. Surfing the Menu: The Next Generation is an Australian lifestyle and cooking series written for television. It is a continuation of the show Surfing the Menu that aired between 2003 en 2006 and in which two chefs take a road trip through Australia and New Zealand in pursuit of their shared passion for fresh food, cooking, surfing and adventure.