Factual, funnies, and football: Paramount lifts the lid on Channel 10’s H2 slate

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All the new and returning shows for the rest of 2023

Channel 10 and 10 Play have given a glimpse into the content yet to air in 2023, covering drama, sport, reality, comedy, lifestyle and factual.

First up, the number one new show of 2022, Hunted, returns for another season of extreme hide and seek. 10 pairs of ordinary Australians will criss-cross all over the state of Victoria as they try to outsmart the team of Hunters. The new batch of Fugitives strive for a level of craftiness viewers have never seen before.

The fifth season of The Masked Singer Australia, complete with Gold Logie Nominee and host, Osher Günsberg and the guessing panel of Abbie Chatfield, Mel B and Chrissie Swan will join Dave Hughes for their sophomore season.

A new mystery will be unveiled on The Traitors, as host Rodger Corser is joined by a mix of new and familiar faces ready to showcase their gameplay, while The Amazing Race Australia: Celebrity Edition jets off with host Beau Ryan and teams comprising of famous faces racing alongside their loved ones.   

New in 2023, Dessert Masters will see Australia’s most decorated pastry chefs, chocolate connoisseurs, and baking experts put their culinary skills to the test. Judges Melissa Leong and Amaury Guichon are ready to taste some of the most inventive desserts Australia has ever seen.

Shark Tank is back with five new Sharks – Sabri Suby, Dr. Catriona Wallace, Dave Fogarty, Jane Lu, and Robert Herjavec – set to help budding Aussie entrepreneurs boost their businesses. Ready to put their own cash on the line to turn the next big Aussie idea into a profitable venture, this series will deliver the highest amount of deals the series has ever seen.

Thank God You’re Here returns to give audiences the giggles. Hosted by Celia Pacquola, comedians step through the iconic blue door into all sorts of unpredictable situations.

The laughs continue with Have You Been Paying Attention?, The Cheap Seats, Gogglebox, and a series from the Inspired Unemployed aptly named The Inspired Unemployed (Impractical) Jokers.

Adding to 10’s slate of factual entertainment including The First Inventors and the upcoming new season of Todd Sampson’s Mirror Mirror: Love & Hate, comes the launch of two new series: Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly and Location, Location, Location hosted by property duo, Mitch Edwards and Mark McKie.

A list of new Aussie dramas includes Heat, Riptide, Paper Dolls, and The Appleton Ladies’ Potato Race, plus a new era of fan favourite Neighbours which returns in September.

The football continues with Subway Socceroos and CommBank Matildas international matches, plus the 2023/24 Liberty A-League and Isuzu UTE A-League seasons kick off. 

The Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix at the scenic Phillip Island circuit will also kick off this October.

Then it’s the Melbourne Cup Carnival highlighted by the $8 million “Race That Stops The Nation” on the first Tuesday in November, live from Flemington.

Announced on Thursday, from Tuesday, 1 August, 10 Shake will rebrand to a dedicated Nickelodeon channel, delivering audiences a full day program line-up, providing more Nick content for free across daytime and night-time viewing.

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