TV Report 17 April 2024: Comedian Stephen K Amos farewelled from camp life during I’m A Celebrity

TV Report

The Project spoke to actor Rob Schneider.

TV Report 17 April 2024:

Nine TV Report

Gordon Ramsay’s Food Stars

Nine’s evening began with the semi-final of Gordon Ramsay’s Food Stars.

Gordon and Janine put their own brands on the line in this episode as the entrepreneurs developed and pitched original concepts for Boost Juice and Vibrante Bianco wine.

A Current Affair

Over on A Current Affair, the program met with residents who were forced to leave their homes over broken lifts in a Sydney apartment complex and a failed betting company owner is missing in action as investors chase millions. 

Seven TV Report

The Front Bar

The Front Bar featuring Matthew Richardson, Sam Pang, Andy Maher and Ben Cousins was next on Seven as they shared a laugh about the world of AFL and caught up with stars of yesteryear and today, ahead of the seventh round of the AFL 2024 season.

Home & Away

Earlier in the night was Home & Away as Cash threw himself between Stevie and danger, Kirby offered Valerie a kind ear and Leah discovered a difficult truth. 

10 TV Report

The Project

The Project on 10 reported on NSW looking to tighten knife laws and spoke to Khanh Ong and comedian Rob Schneider. 

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!

On 10’s I’m A Celebrity, comedian Stephen K Amos was the latest celebrity to say farewell to camp life. 

Stephen dedicated his time in the jungle to his mum and his twin sister, who died 18 months apart, bringing awareness to those who need palliative care. His chosen charity, Banksia Palliative Care Service, is a not-for-profit that provides essential 24-hour, holistic palliative care and support to children and adults living with progressive terminal illnesses. 



On 7:30, with their son’s killer about to be released on parole, the parents of one-punch victim Thomas Kelly say they were fed a “pack of lies” by the NSW Department of Corrections. Plus the program met with the emergency workers who helped save the injured from the Bondi Junction attack. 


Alone Australia

The participants were pushed to their limits in the freezing NZ wilderness. With difficulties of acquiring food, some find it challenging to trust their own judgement, while others start to feel the true effects of isolation. 

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