Seven summer guide

Updated *

Seven’s first week of summer viewing is in, and as previously reported, it includes the premiere of Eli Stone, Holby Blue, the return of Ugly Betty, Dirty Sexy Money, Kath & Kim (US), Las Vegas, Dance Machine. The 24: Redemption telemovie will also air.

Both Ugly Betty and Eli Stone air twice weekly.

Seven also continues Heroes, Prison Break, The Amazing Race, The Rich List, The Unit, repeats of How I Met Your Mother, A Touch of Frost and Bones.

Both Dirty Sexy Money and Eli Stone have just been all but axed in the US.

Sun Nov 30
6:00 Seven News
6:30 The Outdoor Room with Jamie Durie
7:00 Hot Property
7:30 Seven Wonders of the Industrial World rpt
8:30 Holby Blue
9:40 A Touch of Frost rpt

Mon Dec 1
6:00 Seven News
6:30 Today Tonight
7:00 How I Met Your Mother rpt
7:30 The Rich List
8:30 Bones rpt
9:30 Bones rpt
10:30 Scrubs
11:00 Kath & Kim (US)
11:30 Last Comic Standing

Tue Dec 2
6pm Seven News
6:30pm Today Tonight
7:00 How I Met Your Mother rpt
7:30 Ugly Betty
8:30 Eli Stone
9:30 Dirty Sexy Money
10:30 Prison Break
11:30 Man’s Work

Wed Dec 3
6pm Seven News
6:30pm Today Tonight
7:00 How I Met Your Mother rpt
7:30 Air Crash Investigations
8:30 Las Vegas
9:30 The Unit
10:30 Prison Break
11:30 Disorderly Conduct Caught on Tape

Thu Dec 4
6pm Seven News
6:30pm Today Tonight
7:00 How I Met Your Mother rpt
7:30 Ugly Betty
8:30 Eli Stone
9:30 The Amazing Race
10:30 Heroes
11:30 Man’s Work

Fri Dec 5
6pm Seven News
6:30pm Today Tonight
7:00 How I Met Your Mother rpt
7:30 Better Homes and Gardens summer series
8:30 Movie 24: Redemption*
10:30pm Movie: The Vanishing*

Sat Dec 6
6:30 Brittania High
7:30 Dance Machine
8:30 Movie: Lord of the Rings: Return of the King

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Press Release:
Channel Seven is delighted to announce its red hot summer line-up featuring premiere overseas drama, audience favourite comedy and action-packed event TV.

Premiere series include quirky American legal drama, Eli Stone, which stars Jonny Lee Miller and features cameos from pop star George Michael; British police drama, Holby Blue, a spin-off of the successful Casualty and Holby City series; and Britannia High, a British musical drama which evokes comparisons to the hugely popular High School Musical trilogy and Fame.

For a bit of fun, Dance Machine is must-see TV, with ordinary people facing off in extraordinary dance-offs to rival anything you’ll witness at the office Christmas party.

New seasons of Las Vegas and a dirtier, sexier, Dirty Sexy Money, featuring new cast member Lucy Liu, will bring the sizzle to your Summer viewing.

In terms of event TV, it doesn’t get much bigger than 24: Redemption. Jack is back in the hotly-anticipated telemovie which provides a high-octane bridge between season six and 2009’s season seven.

The Amazing Race, Prison Break, Heroes, Scrubs and The Unit will all continue, joined by fresh episodes of returning favourites Ugly Betty, Hot Property, Outback Wildlife Rescue, Kath & Kim The American Series, The Rich List, Air Crash Investigations and Seven Wonders of the Industrial World.
Viewers can also catch up on their favourite episodes of hit comedy How I Met Your Mother when we take you back to the start of this much-loved series.

And it wouldn’t be Summer on Seven without Carols In The Domain. Kate Ritchie returns to co-host this year’s event which will celebrate it’s 26th year with the biggest line-up yet of Australia’s top voices.

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