TV Report 16 April 2024: One team didn’t get their fairytale ending during LEGO Masters

LEGO Masters

The Project spoke to Felicity Ward.

TV Report 16 April 2024:

Nine TV Report

LEGO Masters

Nine’s evening began with episode 3 of LEGO Masters.

The teams were faced with the first elimination challenge of the season whilst building a classic fairy tale with a genre twist. 

Sam and Emilio were the first group to be eliminated from the competition as their Peter Pan build didn’t impress Brickman. 

A Current Affair

Over on A Current Affair, police are probing the contents of a drink after a woman dies at a health retreat and visits Bondi Junction to see the sea of flowers as the city mourns lives lost.

Seven TV Report

Farmer Wants a Wife

On Seven, Farmer Wants a Wife saw the end of the first day on the farm and the farmers received a text from host Sam Armytage instructing them to choose two ladies for a double date the next morning, before making the tough decision to send one of them home. 

After spending quality time with their chosen two, the farmers farewelled the partner they couldn’t see a future with:

Farmer Bert: April
Farmer Dean: Kate
Farmer Dustin: Kara
Farmer Joe: Chelsea
Farmer Tom: Abby

Home & Away

Before Farmer was Home & Away as Theo stood by Valerie and Cash was called to protect Stevie.

10 TV Report

The Project

The Project on 10 looked into the Sydney church stabbing being declared a terrorist act and spoke to Peter Daicos and Felicity Ward.

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!

On 10’s I’m A Celebrity, Khanh Ong was the next celeb to leave the camp. During his time in the jungle, Khanh used his chef skills from MasterChef Australia – and the tips and tricks he picked up during his time on Australian Survivor to make the most of the limited camp kitchen.

See also: “It just hit me right now”: Frankie Muniz’ devastating family revelation on I’m a Celebrity



On 7:30, Sarah Ferguson interviewed NSW Premier Chris Minns and Supermarket bosses were grilled at a fiery Senate inquiry.


Great British Railway Journeys

Michael Portillo reached the Kent seaside resort of Herne Bay, where he discovered a pioneering aviator who began her working life as a typist in Hull, but whose epic achievements made her an international celebrity.

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