TV Report 2 May 2024: Panthers dominate a rattled Rabbitohs side at Accor Stadium

TV Report

Stevie crossed a boundary during Home & Away.

TV Report 2 May 2024:

Nine TV Report

NRL – Rabbitohs v Panthers

Nine’s draw for the evening was the Rabbitohs v Panthers, which saw the Panthers dominate, winning the game 42-12. This win marks the Panthers winning 11 of their past 13 games at Accor Stadium as the Rabbitohs have won only one of their past seven games against the Panthers.

A Current Affair

Over on A Current Affair, the program spoke to a Hillsong Church victim claiming she was ‘pushed out’ and met with a mother forced to hike up flights of stairs days after giving birth due to a broken lift.

Seven TV Report

AFL – Adelaide v Port Adelaide

On Seven, Adelaide went up against Port Adelaide at Adelaide Oval, with the Crows ending up taking the win, smashing Port Adelaide by 30 points.

Home & Away

Earlier in the night was Home & Away as Stevie crossed a boundary, Remi and Bree had a heart-to-heart and Eden played the third wheel in her own relationship. 

10 TV Report

The Project

The Project on 10 spoke to Homeowners who are speaking out after a battery burned down their home, investigated how the Ballarat community is healing after tragedy and spoke to Todd McKenney & Shane Jacobson.

Jamie’s Air-Fryer Meals

On 10’s Jamie’s Air-Fryer Meals, Jamie Oliver cooked prosciutto-baked fish, scones, then a whole roast chicken and crispy pork noodles. He then whipped up an air-fried peach Alaska. 



7:30 looked into infamous child killer Robert Farquharson, imprisoned for life for murdering his three sons as he prepares for a fresh bid for freedom. Sarah Ferguson also interviewed Joanna Lumley.

Foreign Correspondent

Foreign Correspondent looked into South Korea’s Sham Adoptions. In the decades since the Korean War, over 200,000 children have been adopted worldwide. Now, adoptees are demanding investigations into falsified documents, identities and stolen children. 


Bettany Hughes’ Treasures of the World 

Boarding a traditional gullet yacht, historian Professor Bettany Hughes set sail along the coast of Mediterranean Turkey. 

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