10’s Pilot Week returns September 8 but with no Catfish Australia

• Already down to four as 10 pulls the plug on Catfish Australia

10’s  2019 Pilot Week will begin September 8, but it will go ahead without Catfish Australia which has been cancelled due to a lack of suitable talent.

Featuring Casey Donovan and Patrick Abboud, the local reboot of the American reality show called for people to apply who were in a relationship with someone who they hadn’t met yet, and were beginning to suspect wasn’t real, or people who were currently lying about their identity to someone.
 
This leaves four shows set for the second Pilot Week which are:

Part Time Privates

Two mothers at a local primary school decide to start a home-based private investigation business so they can enjoy flexible working hours. As their business unexpectedly thrives, they find themselves thrown deep into the world of working ‘undercover’; moving between school pick-ups, dance group and lunch orders, to threesomes, insurance fraud and failed relationships. Starring Heidi Arena and Nicola Parry.

Produced by CJZ. CJZ executive producers Toni Malone and Nick Murray. Network 10 executive producer Paul Leadon.

Sydney’s Crazy Rich Asians

Money, shopping, cars, events and glamour. Sydney’s Crazy Rich Asians follows the opulent lives of six very “extra” characters and their local fixer who waits on their every want and need…no matter the cost.

Produced by Screentime, a Banijay Group company. Screentime executive producer Johnny Lowry. Network 10 executive producer Paul Leadon.

I Am…Roxy!

No publicity is bad publicity. Delve head first into the daily madness of PR guru, publicist, talent manager, reality star, author and mum-of-two, Roxy Jacenko. This entertaining and comedic access-all-areas pilot pries into Roxy’s everyday life behind her world of high glamour and outrageous excess.

Produced by Matchbox Pictures and Two Scoops Media. Matchbox Pictures executive producer Debbie Byrne. Two Scoops Media executive Producer Michael Wipfli. Network 10 executive producer Ciaran Flannery.

My 80 Year Old Flatmate

It’s reality TV with heart, as older Aussies offer cheap rent to hard-up millennials in exchange for company and help around the house. Creating surprising friendships and mutually-beneficial relationships, it’s a look into what can happen when you take the leap across the generation gap.

Produced by Screentime, a Banijay Group company. Screentime executive producer Johnny Lowry. Network 10 executive producer Paul Leadon.

This is the second year that 10 has run Pilot Week with Trial By Kyle, Saturday Night Rove, Taboo and Kinne Tonight being picked up after airing alongside Dave, Skit Happens, Disgrace and Drunk History last year.

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