Channel Nine Unveils Programming for 2022 – Includes New Show Hosted by MasterChef Favorite
Channel Nine has confirmed that Married At First Sight will return in 2022.
With the coronavirus restrictions currently in place around NSW, there were fears the reality TV show would be discontinued.
However, during Nine’s Upfronts on Wednesday, the network revealed that the series will continue and so will the weddings, honeymoons, provocative dinners and confrontational commitment ceremonies.
It’s back! Channel Nine has confirmed that Married At First Sight will return in 2022. LR experts pictured: Mel Schilling, John Aiken and Alessandra Rampolla
In the new season, Puerto Rican sexologist Alessandra Rampolla and veteran experts John Aiken and Mel Schilling will return.
MAFS is produced by Endemol Shine Australia and shooting for the new season has already started.
After an explosive return to television in 2021, Celebrity Apprentice Australia will also return to Nine next year.
He’s back! After an explosive return to television in 2021, Celebrity Apprentice Australia will also return to Channel 9 next year with boss Lord Alan Sugar
Lord Alan Sugar returns as boss as a new roster of celebrities battle it out to avoid the firing line.
Author and athlete Turia Pitt joins comedy radio duo Will and Woody as the first three celebrities announced on the program.
The Block also returns to Nine, with a surprising new twist.
You are hired! Author and athlete Turia Pitt (pictured) joins comedy radio duo Will and Woody as the first three celebrities announced to star on the program
For the first time, the series takes to the bush to transform a series of mansions into someone’s big Australian dream.
Earlier this year, it was reported that producers were looking for a new location for the series outside of Victoria, with wild rumors that Byron Bay was being considered.
Meanwhile, the network hopes the new Snackmasters cooking competition will provide some evening entertainment.
Real Estate Porn: The Block also returns to Nine with a surprising new twist. Pictured: Scott Cam
New Offerings: Meanwhile, the network hopes the new Snackmasters cooking competition will provide some evening entertainment. Pictured: Hosts Scott Pickett (left) and Poh Ling Yeow (right)
Hosted by Masterchef’s Poh Ling Yeow and Scott Pickett, the new series, based on a UK format, will air later this year.
In each episode, shot during lockdown, two professional chefs compete to recreate popular branded snacks.
A new batch of sexy young singles will light up on our screens later this year when Love Island Australia returns for another season.
Filmed in Byron Bay, Sophie Monk returns as the presenter, while comedian Stephen Mullan will lead his voice as the show’s new narrator.
Other shows confirmed to return include Lego Masters, The Hundred with Andy Lee, Magda Szubanski’s The Weakest Link, and Australian Ninja Warrior.
Coming soon: Recorded during lockdown, in each episode two professional chefs will compete to recreate popular branded snacks
Stay tuned: Meanwhile, a new batch of sexy young singles will light up on our screens later this year, when Love Island Australia returns for another season