The Info List - 7TWO

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is the highest-rating Australian free-to-air digital television multichannel, which was launched by the Seven Network
Seven Network
on 1 November 2009.[3] The channel broadcasts a variety of programs, targeting a 25-and-over audience, with most programs originating from Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, and the United States.[4]


1 History 2 Programming 3 Current programming

3.1 Children 3.2 Preschool 3.3 Documentary 3.4 Drama 3.5 Game Shows 3.6 Lifestyle 3.7 News 3.8 Reality 3.9 Religious 3.10 Sport

4 Former programming

4.1 Adult Animation 4.2 Children's 4.3 Preschool 4.4 Comedy 4.5 Documentary 4.6 Drama 4.7 Lifestyle 4.8 Light Entertainment 4.9 Reality 4.10 Religious 4.11 Soap opera 4.12 Sport 4.13 Others 4.14 News 4.15 Sport

5 Availability 6 References 7 External links

History The channel was officially announced by the Seven Network
Seven Network
on its breakfast program, Sunrise, at 7:45 am AEDT 23 October 2009. Earlier, speculation suggested that Seven would launch its secondary channel around November 2009, with possible names including 7PLUS, PLUS7, Channel Mate and 7TWO. Seven's then-programming chief Tim Worner stated after the reveal that some of the potential names were red herrings to keep details of the channel a secret.[5] PLUS7
and Channel Mate (as 7mate) were later used for Seven's internet TV catch-up service and Seven's second digital multi-channel, respectively. The channel launched with the airing of a promotional video called "It's Time", featuring Seven Network
Seven Network
personalities and clips of shows and movies intended to be broadcast on the channel, followed by normal programming. This video was also launched on the multi-channel's website and received cross-promotion on the primary Seven channel. The Seven Network
Seven Network
continues its policy of cross-promoting each channel's content across all three channels to this day. Seven presenters Tom Williams and Johanna Griggs initially served as the "face" of the channel and were seen presenting 7TWO's Friday and Sunday night lifestyle line-ups in early 2011. The channel did not launch on the same day to many regional areas. 7TWO
was launched for Southern Cross Television
Southern Cross Television
viewers in Tasmania and Darwin on 1 December 2009,[6] and for Prime Television
Prime Television
viewers in Regional Victoria, Northern & Southern NSW and the ACT on 23 December 2009 from 9 am. From launch, Prime broadcast the channel as ' 7TWO
on Prime'.[7] In January 2011, regional broadcaster Prime Television
Prime Television
changed the name of its primary channel to 'Prime7', to reflect its strong relationship with its metropolitan partner, Seven. This led to Prime's transmission of 7TWO
being rebranded as simply 7TWO, like the metropolitan counterpart. Programming From launch, premiere seasons of previous Seven shows including Lost, Ugly Betty, Heroes and 24 were broadcast, along with a mix of other new and classic programming along with movies sourced from Disney.[8] Prime-time programs used to screen under themed nightly blocks such as 'Action Time' and 'Movie Time', however these disappeared as the focus of the channel changed in 2010. The revised channel included 'Best of British' content such as thrice-weekly British murder/mystery (Heartbeat and Jonathan Creek), British comedy (Are You Being Served? and Keeping Up Appearances), and British lifestyle (Escape to the Country and Bargain Hunt). The launch of male-skewing sister channel 7mate
in September 2010 led to a number of programs moving across from Seven's already existing channels, including 7TWO, to the new channel. 7TWO's target audience was also refined to people 55-plus. Programs that made the move from 7TWO
included Air Crash Investigations, Scrubs, NWA: On Fire, Whacked Out Sports, Lost, Last Comic Standing, That '70s Show, AFL Game Day, Gary Unmarried, Club Reps, Fifth Gear, Monster Garage, and The Sopranos. The weekday daytime schedule has seen numerous changes since launch as channel executives tried to find the right mix with viewers. At launch, 'Kid's Time' broadcast a block of children's programs each morning such as Count Duckula, and Digimon Data Squad, soap operas aired in the early afternoon and 'Kitchen Time' featured in the late afternoons with Essence of Emeril and The Martha Stewart Show
The Martha Stewart Show
among the programs broadcast. In 2010, soap operas including Shortland Street, Coronation Street
Coronation Street
and, briefly, Emmerdale
and Hollyoaks
joined classic Australian soap Sons and Daughters and early years of Home and Away into its mid-morning schedule along with early episodes of quiz show Deal Or No Deal. In early afternoon, a mix of repeated fare such as Mistresses, Murphy Brown, Doctor Finlay, and movies from the Sony Pictures library are shown. Occasionally, shows which first aired the previous night on the main Seven channel are encored on 7TWO
during the day. While initially, dramas such as Grey's Anatomy
Grey's Anatomy
were encored, more recently this has remained true only for Seven's local reality shows such as The X Factor and My Kitchen Rules. An early morning weekly omnibus of the previous week's new episodes of Home and Away airs on Sundays. In 2012, the Seven Network
Seven Network
introduced new weekday morning blocks of children's programming to air both 7TWO
and 7mate. Branded as Total Girl, the 7TWO
block featured female-skewing Disney series such as Hannah Montana, Wizards of Waverly Place, Sonny with a Chance
Sonny with a Chance
and Good Luck Charlie, while the 7mate
block aired male-skewing programs branded as K-Zone.[9] Saturday Disney aired on 7TWO
from 2012 to 2016, for two hours of its weekly episode.[10] From 2013 onwards, local Australian children's programs from the Seven Network
Seven Network
were moved to air weekdays on 7TWO. These titles included game shows such as Match It,[11] cartoon series such as The Deep, The Wild Adventures of Blinky Bill and Beat Bugs,[12][13][14] and programs for preschoolers including Pipsqueaks.[15] A library of classic films are broadcast on 7TWO, sourced from Sony Pictures, Universal Pictures, Rank Arena
Rank Arena
and RKO Radio Pictures. By the end of Summer 2010/11, 7TWO
had proven itself to become the most watched multi-channel in the country dominating primetime slots with a total 6.4% audience share via the network across the 5 major cities and winning 9 weeks over 9Go!'s two weeks (one joint with 7TWO) which is largely attributed to the channel's increased broadcast of British-originated content across the week. In 2011, following 9Go!'s ratings share success (for digital channels) in 2010, 7TWO
has stolen their crown as the number one multi-channel and the number one most-watched multichannel of the decade and century in Australia. Current programming


Drop Dead Weird Flushed Get Arty Hairy Legs In Your Dreams It's Academic Kitty is Not a Cat Match It Oh Yuck! Sally Bollywood: Super Detective Tashi The Wild Adventures of Blinky Bill ZooMoo


Jay's Jungle Larry the Lawnmower Toybox


Air Crash Investigations (shared with Seven and 7mate) Coastwatch NZ Cities of the Underworld
Cities of the Underworld
(repeats) I Shouldn't Be Alive (repeats) This Rugged Coast (repeats)


A Place to Call Home (repeats) A Touch of Frost Body of Proof
Body of Proof
(repeats) Doc Martin
Doc Martin
(repeats) Downton Abbey
Downton Abbey
(repeats) Foyle's War
Foyle's War
(repeats) Home and Away
Home and Away
( Seven Network
Seven Network
encore) The Indian Doctor
The Indian Doctor
(repeats) Inspector Morse (repeats) Judge John Deed Packed to the Rafters
Packed to the Rafters
(repeats) Rosemary & Thyme (repeats) Wire in the Blood
Wire in the Blood

Game Shows

Deal or No Deal (repeats) Million Dollar Minute
Million Dollar Minute


60 Minute Makeover Auction Squad Bargain Hunt Best Houses Australia Best House on the Street (repeats) Better Homes and Gardens Creek to Coast Dr Oz Escape to the Continent Escape to the Country The Great South East Harry's Practice (repeats) Homes Under the Hammer The Lucky Country The Martha Stewart Show Melbourne Weekender (repeats) Queensland
Weekender Sydney Weekender WA Weekender


NBC Today (moved from 7mate) NBC Meet the Press
Meet the Press
(moved from 7mate)


Motorway Patrol
Motorway Patrol
(repeats) RSPCA Animal Rescue (repeats) The X Factor Australia ( Seven Network
Seven Network


Amazing Facts David Jeremiah It Is Written Michael Youssef Tomorrow's World


Seven's Horse Racing Seven's Olympic Coverage Seven's Paralympic Coverage

Former programming

Adult Animation

King of the Hill
King of the Hill
(moved to Eleven)


Action Man A.T.O.M. (2009–10) A.N.T. Farm
A.N.T. Farm
(2012–15) Austin & Ally (2013–16) Avenger Penguins (2009–11) Beat Bugs (2016) The Book Place (2010–11) Bottersnikes and Gumbles (2015–16) Bubble Town Club (2010–12) Castaway (2014) Combo Niños (2009–11) Count Duckula
Count Duckula
(2009–11) Danger Mouse (2009–11) The DaVincibles (2013–15) The Deep (2015–17) Digimon Data Squad
Digimon Data Squad
(2009–11) Dive Olly Dive (2013–14) Dog with a Blog
Dog with a Blog
(2014–15) The Emperor's New School
The Emperor's New School
(2010) Erky Perky
Erky Perky
(2013) Flipper (2009–11) Ghosts of Time (2013–15) Good Luck Charlie
Good Luck Charlie
(2012–15) Gravity Falls
Gravity Falls
(2015–16) Hannah Montana
Hannah Montana
(2012) Harry's Mad
Harry's Mad
(2010) History Hunters (2013–15) I Didn't Do It (2015) I'm in the Band
I'm in the Band
(2012–13) Jessie (2013–16) JONAS (2012) Kick Buttowski: Suburban Daredevil (2013) Kickin' It
Kickin' It
(2014–15) Lab Rats (2015–16) Lab Rats Challenge (2013–15)

Legend of Enyo (2013) Treasure Island (2010) Liv and Maddie
Liv and Maddie
(2014–15) Mighty Med
Mighty Med
(2015) Pair of Kings
Pair of Kings
(2012–13, 2016) Phineas and Ferb
Phineas and Ferb
(2012–16) Power Rangers: Jungle Fury (2010–11) Power Rangers: Mystic Force (2009–10) Power Rangers: Operation Overdrive (2009–10) Power Rangers
Power Rangers
RPM (2010–11) PrankStars
(2013–15) Press Gang
Press Gang
(2010) Pucca (2009) The Replacements (2010–11) Saturday Disney (2012–16) Sea Princesses
Sea Princesses
(2013–14) Shake It Up (2012–16) Sonny with a Chance
Sonny with a Chance
(2012–13) So Random!
So Random!
(2012, 2014–15) Spit It Out (2013–15) Stitch!
(2013) Teenage Fairytale Dropouts
Teenage Fairytale Dropouts
(2013–17) Trapped (2013) Ultimate Spider-Man (2014–15) Victor and Hugo: Bunglers in Crime (2009–10) The Wind in the Willows (2009–11) Win, Lose or Draw (2015) Wizards of Waverly Place
Wizards of Waverly Place
(2012–14) The Woodlies (2013–16) Woof!
(2010) Yin Yang Yo!
Yin Yang Yo!
(2009–10) Zeke and Luther
Zeke and Luther
(2012–16) Zeke's Pad
Zeke's Pad


All for Kids
All for Kids
(2013) The Fairies (2012) Handy Manny
Handy Manny
(2010–12) Lah-Lah's Adventures (2014–16) Mickey Mouse Clubhouse
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse
(2009–11) Pipsqueaks (2013–17) Raggs


Are You Being Served? The Benny Hill Show Bewitched
(repeats, moved to 7flix) Big Bite Bless Me, Father Citizen Khan Dad's Army
Dad's Army
(now on One) Designing Women Doctor at Large Doctor at Sea Doctor in Charge Father Ted Fawlty Towers
Fawlty Towers
(repeats) The Fenn Street Gang Fortysomething Full House Gavin & Stacey (Season 1 only) George and Mildred Growing Pains Head of the Class I Dream of Jeannie
I Dream of Jeannie
(repeats, moved to 7flix) Kath & Kim (repeats) Keeping Up Appearances
Keeping Up Appearances
(repeats) Kingswood Country Love Thy Neighbour Mad About You
Mad About You
(moved to 9Go!) Man About the House Men Behaving Badly Mother and Son (ABC now has rights) Mrs Brown's Boys
Mrs Brown's Boys
(repeats) Murphy Brown Samantha Who? Step By Step Ugly Betty The Vicar of Dibley
The Vicar of Dibley
(repeats) Who's The Boss?
Who's The Boss?


Country Calendar 10 Things You Didn't Know About... Beyond Tomorrow Chris Tarrant: Extreme Railways Coastwatch Oz The First 48 Forensic Investigators Globe Trekker The Great Australian Doorstep In The Bush with Malcolm Douglas India with Sanjeev Bhaskar Infamous Assassinations Inside Maximum Security Life Inside the Markets Man Made Marvels (repeats) Michael Palin's New Europe Olympians – Off the Record SCU: Serious Crash Unit (repeats) Super Factories (repeats)


24 (final season) (repeats now on One) All My Children
All My Children
(2009–2011) All Saints (repeats) Between The Lines The Bill
The Bill
(now on ABC) Black Sheep Squadron Blue Heelers
Blue Heelers
(repeats) Brothers & Sisters (repeats) Castle (repeats) Chicago Fire Commander in Chief Coronation Street Criminal Minds
Criminal Minds
(repeats, now on 7flix) Dangerfield Dirty Sexy Money Doctor Finlay HolbyBlue Down to Earth Eli Stone Emmerdale Empire Endeavour (repeats) Five Mile Creek Fortysomething Hart To Hart headLand Heartbeat (Now on 9Gem) Hollyoaks
(2010–2011) How to Get Away with Murder
How to Get Away with Murder
(repeats) In Justice Jonathan Creek Kingdom Kings Kojak The Lakes Lewis (repeats) Life Begins Mercy Minder (now on ABC) Mistresses Moonlighting Mr Selfridge
Mr Selfridge
(repeats) Once Upon a Time (now on 7flix) Private Practice (repeats) Revenge (repeats) Royal Pains
Royal Pains
(repeats) Shark The Shield Shortland Street Six Feet Under Sons and Daughters (repeats) The Sopranos Waking the Dead (repeats)


Ainsley's Big Cook Out Antonio Carluccio's Southern Italian Feast Australia's Best Backyards Australia's Best Houses Beautiful Homes & Great Estates Chefs at Sea Ching's Kitchen Coastal Kitchen Coxy's Big Break Dinner in a Box Discover Tasmania Essence of Emeril The F Word (Australian TV Series) Fantasy Homes by the Sea Friends For Dinner Gardeners' World Gary Rhodes' Cookery Year Gary Rhodes' Local Food Heroes Giorgio Locatelli Pure Italian Going Bush The Great Outdoors The Hairy Bikers' Cookbook The Hook and the Cook Hot Property How Not to Decorate Intolerant Cooks Jamie's Outdoor Room James Martin: Yorkshire's Finest Lyndey Milan's Taste of Australia (repeats) Make My Home Bigger Mercurio's Menu (repeats) Restaurant Australia Room for Improvement SA Life Favourites The Travel Bug Travel Oz What's Up Downunder (now on Ten)

Light Entertainment

Breaking the Magician's Code: Magic's Secrets Revealed (now on 7mate) Britain's Best Dish Club Reps (now on 7mate) The Emeril Lagasse Show I Survived a Japanese Game Show Kidspeak The Master SellOut Where Are They Now?


American Gladiators Animal Airport (repeats) Animal Squad (repeats) Beauty and the Geek Australia
Beauty and the Geek Australia
( Seven Network
Seven Network
encore) The Border Border Security USA Borderline (repeats) Cheaters Dancing with the Stars Australia ( Seven Network
Seven Network
encore) Destroyed in Seconds Disorderly Conduct: Caught on Tape Dog Patrol (repeats) Dog Squad (repeats) Downsize Me! Drug Bust (repeats) Fifth Gear
Fifth Gear
(now on 7mate) Four in a Bed (repeats) Highway Patrol House Doctor Make Me A Supermodel (US) The Mole (second season) Monster Garage (now on 7mate) Monster House Neighbours at War (repeats) Restaurant Revolution ( Seven Network
Seven Network
encore) Whacked Out Sports (now on 7mate)


Leading the Way

Soap opera

Home and Away: The Early Years (2009–2016)


The Davis Cup FINA World Swimming Championships


Adventure Golf Ainsley's Gourmet Express America's Court with Judge Ross Animal Academy Around The World in Eighty Trades Australia's Wild Secrets Bazaar Cops, Cars and Superstars (now on 7mate) Cowboy Builders Escape to the Sun Barry Humphries' Flashbacks Human Body: Pushing the Limits Journey of a Lifetime Leading The Way with Dr Michael Youssef Leyland Brothers' World Live Healthy, Be Happy Murphy's Law My Shocking Story Maigret McCallum Medical Rookies MegaStructures Mighty Ships NWA: On Fire (now on 7mate) North Naked City Nick's Bistro Night Court Not Going Out Outback Wildlife Rescue One Foot in the Grave Only Fools And Horses Open All Hours Perfect Strangers Playing Tricks Pelican's Progress The People's Cookbook Pie in the Sky Please Sir! Prime Suspect (now on 9Gem) Ramsay's Boiling Point Rick Stein's Food Heroes River City Rome Royal Upstairs Downstairs The Real Seachange Rebus Rhodes Across India Rick Stein's Seafood Lovers' Guide Route 66 The Royal Ruth Rendell Mysteries Safari Chef Scotland Revealed Second Sight Simply Baking South Street Cafe Strikeforce Style By Jury Seconds From Disaster Sophie's Sunshine Food Taggart Take on the Takeaway Tamasin's Weekends That '70s Show That's My Boy The Food Truck The Jonathan Ross Show
The Jonathan Ross Show
(ABC has regained rights) The Naked Chef The Professionals The Sweeney The Tanner Brothers The Unit Tin Man To The Manor Bowen Two's Company Taste Upstairs, Downstairs Vera Valerie / The Hogan Family Vicious Wedding Planner What A Carry On! What About Brian William and Mary (TV series) Wycliffe The Whistleblowers When Weather Changed History Wild Harvest with Nick Nairn World's Toughest Fixes World War II: The Lost Films

News From launch until early 2013, 7TWO
re-aired all daytime and prime-time national Seven News
Seven News
updates, no more than two commercial breaks after their original broadcast on the main Seven channel. These were all produced in Seven's Sydney news studio and hosted by either newsreader Chris Bath or Mark Ferguson. On 5 August 2013, a national news bulletin began airing on 7TWO, titled Seven News
Seven News
at 7, airing at 7:00 pm Monday to Friday. It was presented by Melissa Doyle, with David Brown on weather.[16] Many months after the Nine Network's rival 7 pm bulletin on GEM had ended, 7TWO
aired their last Seven News
Seven News
At 7 bulletin on 2 May 2014. Sport 7TWO
televised live coverage of tennis tournament Wimbledon for the first time in 2011, first going to air at 8:30 pm AEST on 7TWO whilst the primary channel continued normal programming before switching over to Seven at around 10.30 pm. This practice has continued each year since.[17][18][19] From January 2012, 7TWO
has started broadcasting smaller tennis tournaments from Seven's Summer of Tennis, including the Brisbane International, Sydney International
Sydney International
and AAMI Classic. This has allowed Seven's main channel to continue with normal programming. From 2015, 7TWO
started providing secondary coverage of the Australian Open for the first week. Further sports coverage on 7TWO
includes Horse Racing and Davis Cup tennis. 7TWO
is also used to continue Seven's coverage of sport when the main Seven channel breaks for its nightly news bulletin such as with the Australian Open tennis. In 2010, 7TWO
broadcast classic AFL and Australian Open tennis matches from the Seven archives between midnight and dawn. In August 2016, 7TWO
broadcast the 2016 Summer Olympic Games
2016 Summer Olympic Games
and 2016 Summer Paralympics from Rio de Janeiro in September. Availability 7TWO
is available in standard definition digital in metropolitan areas and regional Queensland
through Seven Network
Seven Network
owned-and-operated stations including ATN
Sydney, HSV Melbourne, BTQ Brisbane, SAS Adelaide, TVW
and STQ Queensland. As well as this, Southern Cross Television rebroadcast the service through TNT Tasmania[20] and TND
Darwin.[21] Regional affiliate Prime7
(Regional NSW/ACT and VIC) also broadcasts 7TWO, launching on 23 December 2009.[22] WIN Television Griffith launched 7Two on 5 June 2012, the day of the analogue switch off. Southern Cross Television
Southern Cross Television
(Regional SA, Central) began broadcasting in January 2012 and GWN7
(Regional WA) soon followed. References

^ http://www.oztam.com.au/documents/2016/OzTAM-20161225-D2MetTTVShrCons.pdf ^ http://www.freetv.com.au/media/Engineering/Australian_Digital_Terrestrial_Television_Broadcasting_Service_Information_Register_-_Issue_4_-_January_2011.pdf ^ Jackson, Sally (23 October 2009). "Stock Quotes". The Australian.  ^ http://au.tv.yahoo.com/seven-two/schedule/article/-/article/6373086/ ^ http://www.tvtonight.com.au/2009/10/7two-tvs-best-kept-secret.html ^ http://www.tvtonight.com.au/2009/12/7two-for-tassie-darwin-one-for-mildura.html ^ http://www.tvtonight.com.au/2009/12/7two-to-launch-on-prime.html ^ http://www.tvtonight.com.au/2009/10/7two-to-launch-november-1st.html ^ Knox, David (23 February 2012). "New Kids line-up coming to 7TWO
and 7mate". TV Tonight. Retrieved 13 June 2017.  ^ Knox, David (23 March 2012). " Saturday Disney moving to 7TWO". TV Tonight. Retrieved 13 June 2017.  ^ Knox, David (25 May 2012). "Airdate: Match It". TV Tonight. Retrieved 13 June 2017.  ^ Knox, David (11 November 2015). "Airdate: The Deep". TV Tonight. Retrieved 13 June 2017.  ^ Knox, David (29 November 2016). "Airdate: The Wild Adventures of Blinky Bill". TV Tonight. Retrieved 13 June 2017.  ^ Knox, David (12 July 2016). "Airdate: Beat Bugs". TV Tonight. Retrieved 13 June 2017.  ^ Knox, David (8 August 2013). " Pipsqueaks set to play for Seven". TV Tonight. Retrieved 13 June 2017.  ^ Seven launches 7TWO
News bulletin tonight, TV Tonight, 5 August 2013 ^ Wimbledon 2012: guide, TV Tonight, 19 June 2012 ^ Wimbledon 2013: guide, TV Tonight, 13 June 2013 ^ Airdate: Wimbledon 2014, TV Tonight, 6 June 2014 ^ "Tassie and OZTAM ready for 7TWO". The Spy Report. 26 October 2009. Retrieved 4 November 2009.  ^ " 7TWO
to roll out to Darwin". The Spy Report. 30 October 2009. Retrieved 4 November 2009.  ^ "7Two on Prime to launch on Wednesday". The Spy Report. 21 December 2009. Retrieved 8 February 2010. 

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