Foxtel: 2011 slate

Foxtel has confirmed its local productions for 2011.

The list is extensive spanning a variety of genres with 10 drama and comedy series, more than 20 new documentary and lifestyle programs. Despite the fact some were previously announced, collectively it is the best slate yet promised by the Pay TV sector.

The list includes the withheld 2010 drama series Killing Time, which underwent an Underbelly-style court hurdle.

The list includes:

Australia’s Next Top Model, Season 7 to be hosted by Sarah Murdoch,
Project Runway Australia, Season 3,
Got to Dance Australia, with Adam Garcia, as head judge and mentor,
Cricket Superstar, scheduled for the second half of the year,
Dating In The Dark Australia, season 2,
Kids Choice Awards 2011,
As The Bell Rings,
You Have Been Watching to be hosted by Peter Berner,
Balls Of Steel with Craig Reucassel,
Untitled standup project with some of the country’s emerging comedy,
Grand Designs Australia,
Selling Houses Australia,
Come Dine With Me Australia,
Relocation Relocation Australia,
Donna Hay: Fast, Fresh, Simple,
new youth drama,
Killing Time, featuring David Wenham,
Small Time Gangster,
season 2,
Tangle, season 3,
The Jesters, season 2,
Kalgoorlie Cops, new factual,
Park Street, new observational series on the magazine industry and the women who rule it,
Danni Minogue: Style Queen,
Eat Yourself Sexy,
Trinny & Susannah’s Australian Makeover Mission,
Tony Robinson Explores Australia,
The Digger: A History,
The Irish In Australia, Kapyong, Your Shout,
The Story of Australian Beer ,
The People Speak,

Untitled Alan Jones project,
Lachlan Macquarie,
Aussie Strike Force,
62 Days at Sea,
Rocket Compulsion,
Tough Nuts: Australia’s Hardest Criminals,
series 2,
AFL, NRL, Rugby, Australian soccer, Sky Racing,
ICC Cricket World Cup
Australian Surfing events,
Big Day Out,
CMC Rocks on Country Music Channel,
MAX Sessions
B430, series 3,

Got to Dance UK season 2,
Live To Dance (US) hosted by Andrew Gunsberg and featuring Paula Abdul,
Britain’s Next Top Model hosted by Elle MacPherson,
America’s Next Top Model with Tyra Banks.


  1. WAGS – is about the Wife’s and Girlfriends of sport stars. There is an international version (English) about the soccer stars wife’s and girlfriends and there is likely to be an Aussie version.

  2. All the best shows are on pay tv, where most of us don’t get to see them.
    The rest of us hve to put up with fta crap like Hey Hey, Cops LAC & the 7pm Project (although it’s a little bit fancy.)

  3. Something Foxtel never gets a lot of credit for is they give a lot of jobs to Australian actors.With plenty of previous local shows being successful certainly gets FTA to sit up and notice.Well Done Foxtel

  4. So that means John Edwards is producing Rush 4, Tangle 3, Spirited 2, Offspring 2, Cleo 1. Screentime is doing Cloudstreet and Fremantle doing the rest. Wow Foxtel drama is really out there on a limb taking heaps of risks with new producers and projects.

  5. Any word on what Peter Berner’s ‘You Have Been Watching’ is about? It sounds like it might be similiar in concept to Tony Martin’s The Joy of Sets or last years TV Burp.

  6. Hmm — I love it when you have the best of both worlds and you can still have a day or weekend or month where there isnt a thing on the box that you want to watch

    I think this means get a life and do something constructive then sit in a chair watching a rectangular box

  7. IronicReference

    ‘Untitled Alan Jones project’, words that make me simultaneously shudder and get excited at the prospects of ridiculousness. Oh, this could be great. The cringing that will be induced!

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