2011 Australian television series debuts

Posted Aug 23, 2011
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  1. Winners & Losers

    Winners & Losers (2011)


    Winners & Losers is an Australian television drama series first broadcast on the Seven Network on 22 March 2011. It was created by the producers of Packed to the Rafters and is aired in the show's former time slot. Winners & Losers focuses on the lives of four women living in Melbourne, after they win a large amount of money in the Oz Lotto. Seven renewed Winners & Losers for a second season in July 2011 and it began airing from 26 June 2012. Two months later, it was announced the series had been renewed for a third season. A fourth season was confirmed on 19 December 2013. A fifth season was confirmed on 3 December 2014.

  2. Crownies

    Crownies (2011)


    Crownies is an Australian television drama series which was originally broadcast on ABC1 from 14 July until 1 December 2011. The series revolves around a group of solicitors fresh from law school, working with Crown Prosecutors, who are the public prosecutors in the legal system of Australia, working for the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP).

  3. Cloudstreet

    Cloudstreet (2011)


    Cloudstreet is an Australian television drama miniseries for the Showcase subscription television channel, which first screened from 22 May 2011, in three parts. It is an adaptation of Cloudstreet, an award-winning novel by Australian author Tim Winton. It was filmed in 2010 in Perth with Matthew Saville as the director, and script written by Tim Winton and Ellen Fontana.

  4. The Slap

    The Slap (2011)


    The Slap is an Australian television drama series. It was first broadcast on ABC1 from 6 October to 24 November 2011. The series is based on The Slap, a 2008 multi-award winning novel by Australian author Christos Tsiolkas, which explores what happens when a man slaps a child, who is not related to him, at a suburban barbecue.

  5. Wurrawhy

    Wurrawhy (2011)


    Wurrawhy is an Australian pre-school themed TV show for young children. It premiered on Network Ten on 31 January 2011 now currently airs on Eleven and airs Monday to Friday from 9:30 am to 10:00 am and originally aired from 8:30 am to 9:00 am, then from 11:30 am to 12:00 pm, then back to 8:30 am to 9:00 am, now with Breakfast's cancellation in November of 2012, it aired from 7:00 am to 7:30 am and on 4 November 2013, the show moved to Eleven at 9.30am to 10am, to accommodate new morning shows such as Studio 10, and its last episode was on 14 January 2016 after 5 years to make room for a new pre-school series called Crocamole.

  6. Angry Boys

    Angry Boys (2011)


    Angry Boys is an Australian television mockumentary series written by and starring Chris Lilley, continuing the mockumentary style of his previous series. In Angry Boys, Lilley plays multiple characters: S.mouse, an American rapper; Jen, a manipulative Japanese mother; Blake Oakfield, a champion surfer; Ruth "Gran" Sims, a guard at a juvenile detention facility; and her teenage grandsons, South Australian twins Daniel and Nathan Sims.

  7. Bananas in Pyjamas

    Bananas in Pyjamas (1992)


    Bananas in Pyjamas is an Australian children's television show that premiered on 20 July 1992 on ABC. It has since become syndicated in many different countries, and dubbed into other languages. In the United States, the "Pyjamas" in the title was modified to reflect the American spelling pajamas. This aired in syndication from 1995 to 1997 as a half-hour series, then became a 15-minute show paired with a short-lived 15-minute series The Crayon Box, under a 30-minute block produced by Sachs Family Entertainment titled Bananas in Pajamas & The Crayon Box. Additionally, the characters and a scene from the show were featured in the Kids for Character sequel titled Kids for Character: Choices Count. The pilot episode was Pink Mug.

  8. Paper Giants: The Birth of Cleo

    Paper Giants: The Birth of Cleo (2011)


    Paper Giants: The Birth of Cleo is a 2011 Australian two part television miniseries about the beginning of Cleo magazine and its creator, Ita Buttrose. The series stars Asher Keddie as Ita Buttrose and Rob Carlton as Kerry Packer.

  9. Killing Time

    Killing Time (2010)


    Killing Time is an Australian television drama series on TV1 subscription television channel which first screened in 2011. It is based on the true story of disgraced lawyer Andrew Fraser. In New Zealand it screens on Prime Television.

  10. Twentysomething

    Twentysomething (2011)


    Twentysomething is an Australian television comedy programme which premiered on 6 September 2011 on ABC2. The six-part comedy series was created by and starred Jess Harris and Josh Schmidt. It was based on a 2007 six part RMITV supported series sitcom of the same name broadcast on Channel 31. Twentysomething returned for a second series on 27 June 2013.

  11. Episode #1.1

    Episode #1.1 (2011)


    Wild Boys is an Australian television period drama series that began airing on the Seven Network on 4 September 2011. It is produced by Julie McGauran and Sarah Smith from Southern Star and John Holmes. The series is set in and around the fictional town of Hopetoun and principally filmed in Wilberforce on the Hawkesbury, Nelson, and Glenworth Valley on the New South Wales Central Coast. The series premiered in the UK on TCM UK on 3 March 2013.

  12. Adam Hills in Gordon St Tonight

    Adam Hills in Gordon St Tonight (2011)


    Adam Hills Tonight, formerly known as Adam Hills in Gordon Street Tonight, is an Australian television interview show on ABC1 hosted by comedian Adam Hills and co-starring comedians Hannah Gadsby and Dave O'Neil. The show features celebrity guests, comedy and live music.

  13. At Home with Julia

    At Home with Julia (2011)


    At Home With Julia is a four-part Australian sitcom television series, created and written by Amanda Bishop, Rick Kalowski and Phil Lloyd, which debuted on 7 September 2011 on ABC1. A re-run of the series aired on ABC2 in April 2012. Currently, the series is in syndication in the United States on Vibrant TV Network. The series depicts a fictional representation of the relationship between Julia Gillard, the actual Prime Minister of Australia (played by Amanda Bishop), and Gillard's real-life partner, Tim Mathieson (played by Phil Lloyd). Fictionalised versions of actual Australian politicians and media personalities are portrayed throughout the series. Much of the action takes place at The Lodge, the Prime Minister's official residence in the national capital of Canberra.

  14. Splatalot

    Splatalot (2011)


    Splatalot! is a Canadian/Australian/British internationally co-produced medieval-themed physical game show for kids, which made its debut in its English Canadian premiere on March 14, 2011 on YTV, where it is hosted by Jason Agnew and Matt Chin. The Australian and UK broadcasts of the show use the same filmed footage as the original Canadian show, but with their own local presenters providing commentary. The show premiered in the UK on CBBC on June 13, 2011, presented by Richard McCourt and Dominic Wood (better known as "Dick and Dom"). The show premiered in Australia on ABC3 on November 5, 2011, hosted by Kayne Tremills and Scotty Tweedie. The series is a copy of Wipeout, designed for children's audiences.

  15. Housos

    Housos (2011)


    Housos is an Australian comedy television series created by Paul Fenech for SBS, that screened on SBS One. The series is a satirical parody of low income Australian residents of fictional suburb Sunnyvale, who are living in Housing Commission public housing. On 1 November 2012, a film based on the series was released in Australian cinemas, titled Housos vs. Authority. On 9 September 2012 it was announced that Housos would return for a second series, which premiered 22 July 2013. On 27 November 2014 another film based on and continuing the storyline of the series entitled Fat Pizza vs. Housos was released.

  16. The Stafford Brothers

    The Stafford Brothers


    The Stafford Brothers is an Australian reality series screened on Fox8. The series follows the lives of Chris and Matt Stafford of Stafford Brothers, a dance music duo taking on the European scene.

  17. Everyday Gourmet with Justine Schofield

    Everyday Gourmet with Justine Schofield (2011)


    Everyday Gourmet with Justine Schofield is an Australian television cooking show hosted by former MasterChef contestant Justine Schofield that is broadcast on Network Ten. The show is directed towards the home cook and features recipes ranging from simple to the more complex. It regularly features guests, including chefs, food specialists and other former Masterchef contestants.

  18. The Bolt Report

    The Bolt Report (2011)


    The Bolt Report is an Australian Sunday morning political discussion show which airs from Network Ten on Sunday mornings at 10:00 am (repeated at 3:00 pm). It is hosted by political commentator Andrew Bolt, who focuses on political and social comment in the form of opinion commentary, panel discussion and interviews. The program highlights climate-change policy, immigration issues, federal deficits and government borrowing, government corruption and free speech. The program premiered on 8 May 2011.

  19. It's a Knockout

    It's a Knockout (1985)


    It's a Knockout was an Australian game show that was adapted from the original It's a Knockout British version, which in turn was adapted from the French show, Intervilles. It originally ran from April 1985 to September 1987. It was later revived albeit less successfully on 27 November 2011 on Network Ten and hosted by HG Nelson

  20. Mal.com

    Mal.com (2011)


    Mal.com is an Australian children's television series which premiered on 28 October 2011 on ABC3. The series which consists of 13 episodes series was produced by Susie Campbell for Animazing Productions.

  21. Outback Kids

    Outback Kids (2011)


    Outback Kids is an 3-part Australian Documentary television series aired on ABC1 on 19 May 2011 until 2 June 2011.

  22. This Is Your Life

    This Is Your Life (1975)


    This Is Your Life is an Australian television documentary and reality show, based on the American show of the same name, in which the host surprises guests with a show documenting their lives, with audience participation from their friends and family.

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