The great content keeps coming

The great content keeps coming

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MasterChef Australia might be over for another season (congratulations Emelia!) but the great content will keep coming on 10. While the others cram their program schedules with fillers and tired reboots, we have a wealth of first-run domestic content to keep everyone entertained for the rest of 2020.

Leading the charge are more episodes of the hits shows already running on 10, including Have You Been Paying Attention?, Bachelor In Paradise and The Living Room. The latter has done great business since it returned earlier this month and is up 11% on its 2019 average.

Bachelor In Paradise is giving us all the fix of tropical escapism we need right now. It’s also a hit with under 50s, setting social media ablaze and generating countless water cooler moments – even if it’s the virtual water cooler this time around.

Bach Nation fans worried about how the pandemic will affect their favourite shows can relax: a new season of The Bachelor Australia is not far away – with Locky Gilbert looking for love in all the right places – and The Bachelorette Australia is coming around again later in 2020.

The #1 breakout hit of 2019, The Masked Singer, will be back sooner than you realise with extraordinary new masks, new hidden celebrities, great music and a line-up of puzzled, often over-excited judges.

Fresh from the remarkable success of this year’s MasterChef Australia, Jock, Mel and Andy will be back in the kitchen with a whole new bunch of talented chefs, albeit shorter than the cast of Back To Win. Yes, Junior MasterChef Australia is making its keenly anticipated return to 10 with our three amazing new judges and an even more amazing collection of kid cooks. If there is one show that truly defines family entertainment, it is Junior MasterChef. Production of the new season has just kicked off and it’s going to be great.

The rest of 2020 will also see all-new episodes of Grant Denyer’s Family Feud, which returns for a special prime time arc, more Gogglebox Australia (returning 27 August), new Drunk History Australia and new Todd Sampson’s Body Hack.

And there is more to come. What else? Well, we don’t want to reveal everything just yet but trust us when we say it’s going to be a great second half of the year for 10 viewers.

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