The Ten Network has announced two new Australian dramas, plus the return of Russell Coight and a Googlbox spin-off series as part of its UpFronts announcements for 2017
From the makers of Offspring, Sisters is a new series asks the questions: "What makes you 'you'? And what's the difference between being related and being family?" Sisters stars Lucy Durack, Maria Angelico and Antonia Prebble with Magda Szubanski in a supporting role
Wake in Fright will be a two-part telemovie, the series in an new adaptation of Kenneth Cook's classic Australian novel and tells the story of John Grant, a young schoolteacher who descends into his own personal nightmare after being stranded in a small outback town.
Russel Coight's All Aussie Adventures returns to TEN after 15 years, Glenn Robbins' outback character is back – older, but none the wiser. Repeats of the series have been attracting significant audiences throughout 2016 on ONE.
Common Sense, is from the Gogglebox Australia team, and will feature ‘real Aussies’ giving their opinions on the week’s most talked-about news topics. Ten is describing the show as a current affairs version of Gogglebox. Common Sense will also air on Foxtel
The network has also confirmed drama series Offspring and The Wrong Girl will return despite disappointing ratings this year.
Ten has also confirmed the axing of The Great Australian Spelling Bee and Long Lost Family.
Wake in Fright,
Russell Coight’s All Aussie Adventures,
This is Us
Man with a Plan
The Wrong Girl,
The Biggest Loser: Transformed,
I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here!,
Have You Been Paying Attention?,
Todd Sampson’s BodyHack,
Big Bash League,
All Star Family Feud,
The Living Room,
NCIS: Los Angeles,
NCIS: New Orleans,
Law & Order: SVU,
Life in Pieces,
The Graham Norton Show,
David Attenborough specials
The Great Indoors
Rocky Mountain Railroad,
Car Crash Globa