Sky News Australia unveils 2023 program lineup

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The new schedule commences January 16

Sky News Australia has revealed its 2023 program offering, commencing January 16.

Program’s return as well as a new-look weekday primetime schedule starting at 5:00pm, hosted by political journalist Sharri Markson who joins the line-up each Monday-Thursday in February to dissect the day’s news.

Primetime program Credlin with Peta Credlin returns weeknights at 6:00pm, followed by the Andrew Bolt in The Bolt Report each Monday-Thursday at 7:00pm.

Chris Kenny debuts in the new timeslot of 8:00pm Monday-Thursday with the launch of Chris Kenny Tonight with his unashamedly rational approach to all the top stories.

Sky News Australia’s longest-running opinion program, Paul Murray Live, returns to its heritage Sunday-Thursday 9:00pm timeslot.

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New to the primetime schedule in 2023, The Late Debate hosted by new Sky News hosts James Macpherson, Liz Storer and Caleb Bond, kicks off each Monday-Thursday at 10:00pm.

Joining the opinion line-up each week, former Queensland senator and Sky News contributor Amanda Stoker will host the new discussion program Sunday with Stoker at 7:00pm. 

Ahead of King Charles III’s coronation in May, Sky News will debut a new weekly program, The Royal Report, hosted by contributor Caroline Di Russo Sundays at 10:00pm.

The new Sky News Australia mobile app will also launch in early 2023 and will see Sky News content delivered in a new way.

Paul Whittaker, CEO Sky News Australia said: “As we look to the year ahead, we will continue to bring Australians quality public interest journalism and a diverse range of news, opinion and investigative programming across subscription and free-to-air television, digital, social media, and audio platforms.

“As our audience expects, we will strive to tell all sides of the story and will not shy away from the broad spectrum of viewpoints on any number of issues which impact our nation.”

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Sky News 2023 programming schedule

· First Edition with Peter Stefanovic, weekdays at 5:30am, returns 16 January

· AM Agenda with Laura Jayes, weekdays at 9:00am, returns 16 January

· NewsDay with Tom Connell, Monday and Friday from 11:00am – 2:00pm, Tuesday – Thursday from 11:00am – 12:00pm, returns 16 January

· NewsDay with Ashleigh Gillon, Tuesday – Thursday from 12:00pm – 2:00pm, returns 16 January

· Afternoon Agenda with Kieran Gilbert and featuring Andrew Clennell, weekdays at 2:00pm, returns 16 January

· Business Now with Ross Greenwood, weekdays at 4:30pm, returns 16 January

· Sharri with Sharri Markson, Monday – Thursday at 5:00pm, returns in a new timeslot from 20 February

· Credlin with Peta Credlin, weeknights at 6:00pm, returns 16 January

· The Bolt Report with Andrew Bolt, Monday – Thursday at 7:00pm, returns 16 January

· Chris Kenny Tonight with Chris Kenny, Monday – Thursday at 8:00pm, premieres 16 January

· Paul Murray Live with Paul Murray, Sunday – Thursday at 9:00pm, returns to the program’s heritage timeslot from 16 January

· The Late Debate, hosted by James Macpherson, Liz Storer and Caleb Bond, Monday – Thursday at 10:00pm, premieres 16 January

· The Front Page with Jenna Clarke, Monday – Thursday at 10:30pm, returns 16 January

· Piers Morgan Uncensored with Piers Morgan, Tuesday – Friday at 11:00pm, returns in a new timeslot 10 January

· Erin with Erin Molan, Fridays at 5:00pm, returns in a new timeslot 20 January

· The Rita Panahi Show with Rita Panahi, Friday at 7:00pm, returns in a new timeslot 20 January

· The U.S. Report with James Morrow, Friday at 8:00pm, returns as a one-hour program 20 January

· The Media Show with Jack Houghton, Friday at 9:00pm, returns in a new timeslot 20 January

· Weekend Edition with Jaynie Seal and Tim Gilbert, Saturday and Sunday from 6:00am, returns 21 January

· Sunday Agenda with Kieran Gilbert and Andrew Clennell, Sunday at 8:00am, returns 22 January

· Outsiders with Rowan Dean, Rita Panahi and James Morrow, Sunday at 9:00am, returns 22 January

· Business Weekend with Ross Greenwood, Sunday at 11:00am, returns 22 January

· Sunday with Stoker with Amanda Stoker, Sunday at 7:00pm, premieres 29 January

· Bernardi with Cory Bernardi, Sunday at 8:00pm, returns in a new timeslot from 22 January

· The Royal Report with Caroline Di Russo, Sunday at 10:00pm, premieres 22 January

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