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PostPosted: Thu Aug 30, 2012 9:40 am
Ten's Lowest Ratings Ever - What Should Ten Do Next?

In recent weeks, Ten’s ratings have hit an all time low. Everybody Dance Now failed to connect with audiences and was promptly dumped from the schedule. I Will Survive, with ratings now in the 300,000′s is following the same path. The Shire is now even lower – not helped though by multiple timeslot changes, while Being Lara Bingle could almost be considered a success compared to how things are going now. Don’t Tell the Bride also is not exactly setting the ratings world on fire – settling over 500,000 so far.

Ten made the bold move to launch a string of new Australian shows after the Olympics. During the Olympics, Masterchef All Stars reached audiences of over 700,000 – down from the figures of the main series, but still not bad considering where we are at now. The only success so far on Ten is Puberty Blues pulling over 900,000.

Ten’s schedule in recent months has been too laden with repeats. Constant repeats of NCIS, NCIS: LA and Modern Family are driving audiences away. No one knows anymore when there are new episodes on, if at all. Not only that, Ten’s new US content is played sometimes months after they air in the US.

So what should Ten do?

Spoiler: show
Certainly not jump to another sudden schedule change. That will drive more viewers away – just like what happened after the network changed its schedule with less than a weeks’ notice after axing Everybody Dance Now. That change left viewers confused as to when shows like I Will Survive and Don’t Tell the Bride would start – where printed guides were left completely wrong for that week.

In my opinion, Ten should now look towards the last two months of the ratings year and fast track all of their US content – airing shows like NCIS, The Good Wife, Glee and Law & Order: SVU days after the US do.

But not even this will work if Ten don’t plan for it and properly promote it. There’s absolutely no point bothering with airing any of these shows soon after the US without adequate promotion – and I don’t mean bombarding us with “New xxx – soon on Ten” – I mean promote dates and times – weeks in advance – so fans can look forward to new episodes of their shows.

Drop the embargoes Ten have on their advance TV guides they release to the media and sites like Throng – so we can promote shows more than a week in advance. To be honest, I am yet to post Ten programming for next week (September 2-8, 2012) as I fear it will change from what they have planned to air. I hope for their sake, it doesn’t.

The new US ratings season starts in the last week of September – which means they have a few weeks to ride out. But the corporate side of Ten – and rightly so – will struggle to accept ratings shares so low. As much as I think I Will Survive should continue on Ten, ratings in the 300,000′s on a primary channel in prime time simply are not viable.

I would like to see Ten play out I Will Survive, but perhaps they should move the show to weekends on Ten or over to ELEVEN.

What to do with I Will Survive aside, Ten should look at all of their US content and look at what they can build a schedule on from the end of September. Not only shows that normally air on ten, but also those from ELEVEN and ONE as well. By bringing forward all their US content to days after they air in the US, and promoting properly over the next month what is coming and on what days, Ten could claw back some of the ratings they have lost.

But if they do this, they will need to be committed – no more last minute programming changes. No repeats for schedule fillers. Stick to a plan – rebuild the audiences’ faith in Ten. I have seen myself many examples of people who watch shows on that air on Ten, but obtain them from other means as they cannot handle not knowing when the next new episode will air or if there will be a repeat airing in place of a new episode.


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 13, 2012 4:02 pm
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Which is too bad because back in its heyday Ch10 was great at bringing us some of the best shows from the U.S

The Simpsons
Just Shoot Me
Newsradio
The Larry Sanders Show
Quantum Leap
Ned and Stacey
Seinfeld
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 22, 2013 8:50 pm
TEN sacks James Warburton as CEO

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 11, 2013 7:13 pm
Ten picks up 24 reboot, Sleepy Hollow, The Millers, Reckless, Crisis and Friends With Better Lives but surprisingly they didn't pickup The Crazy Ones which i thought would be one of their first picks and would be a great match to Modern Family.

TV Tonight wrote:TEN picks up 24 reboot, plus Sleepy Hollow, The Millers, Reckless, Crisis, Friends With Better Lives.

TEN has picked up the reboot of Kiefer Sutherland’s 24, a compressed 12 episode series due in 2014.

It is one of 6 new shows it has picked up as part of its deal with 20th Century FOX and CBS Studios.

Also from 20th Century FOX comes the modern-day re-telling of Washington Irving’s classic, Sleepy Hollow the new drama series Crisis, with Australia’s Rachael Taylor and director Phillip Noyce, and the new ensemble comedy series Friends With Better Lives with Australian Rick Donald.

From CBS Studios comes comedy series The Millers, starring Beau Bridges and Will Arnett, and legal drama Reckless.

TEN Chief Programming Officer, Beverley McGarvey, said: “We are really delighted to be bringing this great mix of new comedy and drama to the Network TEN schedule.

“Given shows such as Elementary and Under The Dome have struck such a chord with Australian viewers this year, we are confident this new slate of content will provide our viewers with more unforgettable experiences.”

TEN will announce other new programs from its US partners later this year.

No airdates have been announced.

Sleepy Hollow: Ichabod Crane is resurrected and pulled two-and-a-half centuries through time to unravel a mystery that dates all the way back to America’s founding fathers. Revived alongside Ichabod is the Headless Horseman, who is on a murderous rampage in present day Sleepy Hollow. Starring Tom Mison (Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, New Tricks), Orlando Jones (MADtv), Nicole Beharie (Shame).

24: Live Another Day: Jack Bauer is back in the revival of the iconic series 24, which ran to worldwide acclaim from 2001 to 2010. Bauer has evolved over the years and this new, exciting event series will tell the next chapter of his story and reflect on how the world is changing. Starring Kiefer Sutherland (24, Touch, Young Guns, Phone Booth).

Crisis: The hijacking of a school bus that contains the children of Washington DC’s elite, industry leaders, international diplomats and the President’s son triggers a national crisis. An FBI agent has to work with her sister, a wealthy CEO, to control the situation and save the children. Starring Rachael Taylor (Red Dog, Any Questions For Ben?), Dermot Mulroney (My Best Friend’s Wedding, Young Guns, The Wedding Date), Gillian Anderson (The X-Files, Great Expectations), Lance Gross (Tyler Perry’s House of Payne). Directed by Australia’s Phillip Noyce (Newsfront, The Dismissal, Patriot Games, Salt, Revenge).

Friends With Better Lives: A romantic comedy about six friends at different stages of their lives – married, divorced, newly engaged and single – who are outwardly happy, but secretly questioning if their friends have it better. Starring James Van Der Beek (Dawson’s Creek, Don’t Trust The B—- in Apartment 23), Kevin Connolly (Entourage), Majandra Delfino (Roswell), Zoe Lister-Jones (Salt, Whitney), Australia’s Rick Donald (Home and Away, The Doctor Blake Mysteries), Brooklyn Decker.

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The Millers:
A recently divorced local news roving reporter is looking forward to living the singles’ life, until his parents’ marital problems unexpectedly derail his plans. His parents split and his mother moves in with him. This comedy series from Greg Garcia (My Name Is Earl, Raising Hope) and James Burrows (Cheers, Frasier, 2 Broke Girls, Will & Grace) stars Will Arnett (Arrested Development, Up All Night), Beau Bridges (Norma Rae, The Fabulous Baker Boys), Margo Martindale (Million Dollar Baby, Dead Man Walking, Justified), J.B. Smoove (Curb Your Enthusiasm).

Reckless: Set in Charleston, South Carolina, this steamy legal drama centres on a Yankee litigator and a Southern attorney who must hide their mutual attraction as a police sex scandal threatens to tear the city apart. Starring Anna Wood (Deception), Cam Gigandet (Twilight), Gregory Harrison (Trapper John, M.D., Falcon Crest).
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 15, 2013 2:05 pm
Is it just me, or has Ten’s EPG stuffed up again? The secondary channels have shows listed but the main channel does not – it ends at midnight Monday and is blank from then on *confused* :?
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 11, 2013 11:07 am
Rayne wrote:Is it just me, or has Ten’s EPG stuffed up again? The secondary channels have shows listed but the main channel does not – it ends at midnight Monday and is blank from then on *confused* :?


It's happened again....Ten must have gremlins in their EPG.... :lol:
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 20, 2013 10:55 am
Ten Upfronts 2014! Biggest Loser is back! (Sadly so is The Bachelor).

The Bachelor and The Biggest Loser are coming back , Kylie Kwong will join MasterChef and on a happier note Have You Been Paying Attention? will be extended!

The Bachelor is a (unfortunate) surprise, as is the return of Wanted. Burn Notice (already finished/completed and zipped in the USA) will return NEXT year! But where is Batavia??? That was promised at last years upfronts! No mention of Recipe To Riches either (is that a blessing?).

There is a new 6pm family entertainment program – who would host, will it be variety? Mmm, interesting.

Network Ten have announced their programming line-up for 2014, including :

Five new local series.
Five new overseas series.
New 6pm family entertainment show.
New, must-see sport.

Key new shows on TEN in 2014 include the return of So You Think You Can Dance Australia, a 6pm family entertainment show, and the local drama series Secrets & Lies and Party Tricks.

ELEVEN and ONE will bring viewers a feast of new US series, while 2014 will see the launch of a new, online-only series – Lost With The Boys – on Network Ten’s industry-leading digital platform, tenplay. Network Ten is also delighted to announce that renowned chef, author and television presenter Kylie Kwong will join the new season of MasterChef Australia.

Next year will see a second series of the television and online sensation, The Bachelor Australia, and an extended run of the new quiz show, Have You Been Paying Attention?.

Spoiler: show
Network Ten Chief Executive Officer, Hamish McLennan, said: “The first KFC T20 Big Bash League game on December 20 marks the start of TEN’s new programming strategy and lineup for 2014.

“From the Big Bash we go straight into the XXII Olympic Winter Games. Then the rest of our
line-up for the first part of 2014 starts to roll out, including So You Think You Can Dance
Australia, The Biggest Loser: Challenge Australia, Secrets & Lies and Puberty Blues.

“The new line-up clearly demonstrates TEN’s focus on Event TV and people aged 25 to 54 –
the biggest and most important age group in television – and represents our strongest start
for many years,” he said.

“TEN has seen growth in its 25 to 54 audience in recent months. We are already delivering
big 25 to 54 audiences in many programs and we are determined to build on that in 2014.
“At the same time, ELEVEN will continue to offer compelling content for the 13 to 29 age
group and ONE will sharpen its focus on men aged over 25 and sports fans.

“Our new industry-leading digital platform, tenplay, has posted strong growth since it
launched on September 30. In 2014, we will be adding new distribution channels, new
partners and new content, including Australian content that will be exclusive to tenplay,” Mr
McLennan said.

Network Ten Chief Programming Officer, Beverley McGarvey, said: “Next year, Network Ten
will present a revitalised program schedule across all our channels.

“Our aim is simple: to build our already engaged 25 to 54 audience on TEN by giving them
premium sport, drama, entertainment, reality and news and information content in a
consistent schedule.

“We will build our audience show by show, timeslot by timeslot. Our new family
entertainment show for the 6pm weekdays timeslot is a key part of that plan and we are
looking forward to releasing details of that show very soon,” she said.

“TEN pioneered Event TV in Australia and in 2014 we will bring viewers events such as So
You Think You Can Dance Australia, MasterChef Australia, The Biggest Loser: Challenge
Australia and The Bachelor Australia. We will announce more Event TV series next year.
“In 2014 Network Ten will have its strongest sport line-up in many years, including the KFC
T20 Big Bash League, the XXII Olympic Winter Games, Formula One, Rugby Union and the
Glasgow Commonwealth Games,” Ms McGarvey said.

“Next year, we will give viewers more reasons than ever to turn on TEN – turn on Event TV,
turn on the best in Australian drama, turn on sport, turn on news, turn on the best from the
US, and turn on anywhere, any time, on any screen.”


TEN IN 2014

NEW LOCAL SERIES


So You Think You Can Dance Australia
Dance returns to TEN in 2014 with a new, re-energised version of So You Think You Can
Dance Australia. Produced by Shine Australia, the new series is hosted by The Project’s
Carrie Bickmore and features international television, music and dance superstar Paula
Abdul as one of its judges. From ballroom to hip hop, urban to contemporary and ballet, So
You Think You Can Dance Australia will have the whole country dancing.

Secrets & Lies
Event TV drama at its best, this gripping, unmissable six-part series stars Martin Henderson
(Bride and Prejudice, Big Sky, Off The Map) as Ben, a house painter who finds the body of a
young boy and watches as his life unravels. Produced by Hoodlum, Secrets & Lies is a true
multi-screen event: a psychological thriller on television and a crime procedural drama
online. Also starring Diana Glenn, Anthony Hayes, Adrienne Pickering and Damon Gameau.

Party Tricks
Produced by John Edwards and Imogen Banks for Southern Star Entertainment, Party Tricks
stars 2013 TV Week Gold Logie winner Asher Keddie and Rodger Corser. Asher plays Kate
Ballard, a committed politician whose campaign to become the next State Premier is
threatened when a popular television and radio personality, David McLeod (Rodger), is
selected as the new opposition leader.

Lost With The Boys
Exclusive to tenplay, Lost With The Boys is an online collection of short stories by real girls –
the highs, the lows and the bits nobody knows. Produced by Amanda Higgs (The Secret Life
of Us, The Time of Our Lives) and Kate Keegan, Lost With The Boys marks tenplay’s first
investment in original, online-only content and will debut in early 2014.
6pm Family Entertainment Series
Details of TEN’s new 6pm weekdays family entertainment series will be released soon.

RETURNING LOCAL SERIES
A television and online sensation in 2013, The Bachelor Australia returns in 2014 with more ladies competing for the heart of Australia’s most eligible bachelor. The television show that changed the way Australians cook is back for its sixth – and most authentic – season. MasterChef Australia returns, less scripted, less predictable, more exciting and more focused on food than ever before. And Matt, George and Gary will be joined by acclaimed chef and food writer, Kylie Kwong, as a regular guest mentor.

The Biggest Loser: Challenge Australia will see one of Australia’s most-loved television shows move to new heights, as Michelle, Shannan and Commando take on the remarkable task of helping an entire town lose weight.

After the dramatic final episodes of this year’s season, Offspring returns in 2014 and welcomes its newest and youngest cast member: Nina and Patrick’s baby. Next year will also bring the second series of TEN’s highly-acclaimed, award-winning coming-of-age drama Puberty Blues and the next installment of the hot new Australian series Wonderland.

TEN’s commitment to local comedy continues in 2014. Working Dog Productions’ new quiz show Have You Been Paying Attention? will run until Christmas 2013 and return next year for a longer run.

TEN is also proud to announce it has extended its highly successful broadcast and sponsorship relationship with the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. The relationship gives TEN exclusive broadcast rights to three leading events: Melbourne International Comedy Festival Gala, Melbourne International Comedy Festival Opening Night Supershow and Melbourne International Comedy Festival Great Debate. Also returning in 2014 are Wanted, The Living Room, Bondi Vet, Bondi Rescue and more.

NEW OVERSEAS SERIES

24 Live Another Day
The new version of the iconic, gripping 24 picks up four years after the original series ended,
with Jack Bauer now living in London and being hunted by a beautiful CIA agent. Kiefer
Sutherland returns as Bauer and is joined by Kim Raver, William Devane and Mary Lynn
Rajskub.

The Millers
One of the smash hits of the new US television season, The Millers stars Will Arnett
(Arrested Development) as a recently divorced local news reporter whose life is turned
upside down when his parents separate and his mother moves in. Also starring Beau Bridges
(Norma Rae, The Fabulous Baker Boys) and the scene-stealing Margo Martindale (Million
Dollar Baby, Dead Man Walking, Justified).

Crisis
Australia’s own Rachael Taylor (Red Dog, Any Questions for Ben?) stars in this riveting drama
about the hijacking of a school bus that contains the children of Washington DC’s elite,
including the President’s son. Also starring Gillian Anderson (The X-Files, Great Expectations,
The Fall) and Dermot Mulroney (My Best Friend’s Wedding, About Schmidt, The Wedding
Date).

Extant
From CBS Studios and Steven Spielberg, Extant is a sci-fi thriller set on Earth and stars
Academy Award winner Halle Berry (in her first major television role) as an astronaut who
returns home after a 12-month solo mission in space – and finds home is not how she left it.
Extant will run on TEN day-and-date with the US.

Tyrant
From the original and continuing writers of Homeland, Tyrant tells the story of an
unassuming American family drawn into the workings of a turbulent Middle Eastern nation.

RETURNING OVERSEAS SERIES

TEN’s line-up of returning overseas hits for 2014 includes the most-watched television series in the US – NCIS – its hit spin-off NCIS: Los Angeles and the multi-award-winning Homeland and Modern Family.

Steven Spielberg’s Under The Dome was one of the most successful new series in Australia this year and left viewers on the edge of their seats with its cliffhanger finale. Under The Dome returns in 2014 and TEN will run it just hours after it goes to air in the US.

Also back in 2014 is the high-rating new twist on the Sherlock Holmes story, Elementary, plus Law & Order: SVU, The Good Wife, Ripper Street, The Graham Norton Show and new series from Jamie Oliver and Sir David Attenborough.

SPORT
The KFC T20 Big Bash League comes to free-to-air television for the first time next month.

Network Ten will show all 35 games live from December 20 to February 7, presented by the best cricket commentary team in Australia – Ricky Ponting, Adam Gilchrist, Mark Waugh, Damien Fleming and Sir Vivian Richards – and hosts Mel McLaughlin and Mark Howard.

Just a few hours after the final of the KFC T20 Big Bash League, Network Ten will start bringing Australians the thrills, action, drama and spectacle of the XXII Olympic Winter Games from Sochi, Russia.

Exclusive to Network Ten, the Sochi Games will see more than 360 hours of live content broadcast on TEN and ONE, with total coverage of more than 550 hours across the two channels. In addition, tenplay will feature eight live streaming channels during the Games. Network Ten has assembled an outstanding commentary team for the Sochi Games, including Olympic Winter Games Gold medallists Steven Bradbury and Alisa Camplin, Mel McLaughlin, Stephen Quartermain, Steven Lee, Mitch Tomlinson, Steph Hickey, Mark Howard, Brad McEwan, Greg Rust, Nicole Livingstone, Nuala Hafner, Matt Doran, Magdalena Roze, Danielle Isdale and Scott Mackinnon.

The KFC T20 Big Bash League and the XXII Olympic Winter Games are just the start of a big year for sport on TEN.

In July and August, TEN will be the official broadcaster of the Glasgow Commonwealth Games.

Viewers will see more than 215 hours of live content broadcast on TEN and ONE, with total coverage of more than 350 hours across the two channels. In addition, tenplay will feature eight live streaming channels from Glasgow.

TEN will also be the home of premium motorsport in 2014, with all the action and thrills of MotoGP and Formula One, including the spectacular Formula One Australian Grand Prix. Rugby Union fans will be glued to TEN next year, with all Wallabies matches broadcast live, including the three Test series against the French, The Castrol Edge Rugby Championship which incorporates The Bledisloe Cup, and The Wallabies Spring Tour.

NEWS AND INFORMATION

In 2014, TEN will broadcast more than nine hours of news and information programming every weekday, including TEN Eyewitness News Early, TEN Eyewitness News Morning, our flagship TEN Eyewitness News at 5pm, and TEN Eyewitness News Late.

In the morning, TEN will present Wake Up followed by Studio 10. Both shows will continue to run over summer, during the XXII Olympic Winter Games and into 2014.

The Project returns in 2014 and will continue to build its reputation as the most innovative and entertaining news and current affairs program in Australia.

ELEVEN IN 2014

Australia’s longest-running drama series, Neighbours, will anchor ELEVEN’s prime time schedule as it enters its 29th season.

ELEVEN’s standing as the favourite multi-channel for Australians aged 13 to 29 will be enhanced in 2014 thanks to returning series such as The Simpsons, American Idol, The Loop, Supernatural, Dexter, American Horror Story, Beauty and the Beast, Snog Marry Avoid, Nurse Jackie, Bob’s Burgers and So You Think You Can Dance US.

New series on ELEVEN include Witches of East End, Reign, How To Live With Your Parents and 1600 Penn.

Toasted TV, the new home for the best in children’s programming, will welcome a new member in early 2014 when the iconic television series Hi-5 arrives on ELEVEN.

ONE IN 2014

Sport fans will find plenty to keep them happy on ONE in 2014, including extensive and
extended coverage of the XXII Olympic Winter Games and the Glasgow Commonwealth
Games.

ONE’s 2014 line-up also features the NFL Super Bowl in February, the National Basketball League, the Australian Swimming Championships in April, Formula One qualifying rounds and races, MotoGP qualifying rounds and races, and the Pan Pacific Swimming Championships from the Gold Coast in August.

Next year will see a raft of new, returning and favourite series on ONE, including Sons of Anarchy, COPS, Law & Order: UK, Burn Notice, Black Gold, Psych, Monster Jam, Sleeper Cell and NYC 22.

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 18, 2013 10:27 am
V8's move to Foxtel and TEN from 2015. From what i can gather reading this, FoxSports will be the broadcaster and TEN will simulcast it. Its a good get for TEN as they need all the sport they can muster.

V8 Supercars signs $241m media rights deal with FOX SPORTS, Foxtel and Ten Network from 2015
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