TV Report 21 March 2024: The Panthers strike the Broncos down in Grand Final rematch

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Michael Bublé chatted to The Project.

TV Report 21 March 2024:

Nine TV Report

NRL – Panthers v Broncos

Nine’s draw for the night was the Brisbane Broncos vs Penrith Panthers, which saw superstar Nathan Cleary take control of the game to hammer the Broncos, ending with a 34-12 win at BlueBet Stadium in Penrith.

A Current Affair

Over on A Current Affair, the program looked inside the black market of backyard solarium salons and met with chopper crash families who want laws to change. 

Seven TV Report

Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly

Over on Seven, Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly saw Rachel and Colin looking forward to a fresh start, but their trio of German Schnauzers was making that impossible as the dogs loved to terrorise the neighbourhood.

Home & Away

Earlier in the night was Home & Away as Stevie’s stalker returned, Cash crosses a boundary and Justin and Lead have a change of heart.

10 TV Report

The Project

The Project on 10 welcomed multiple celebrity guests to the desk including Harry Potter’s Miriam Margolyes, Alex Albon and singer Michael Bublé.

The Dog House Australia

On 10’s The Dog House Australia, Nick recently moved out of his home and tested to see if puppy Hugo was the right fit.



7:30 highlighted the housing crisis and the whistle being blown on ‘excessive fees’ charged by a major strata firm. Sarah Ferguson also interviewed the UK’s Foreign Secretary David Cameron.

Foreign Correspondent 

On Foreign Correspondent, the program went to Punjab in northern India to look into the Sikh separatist movement and how it is fighting to create its own independent Khalistan nation.


Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy

Actor Stanley Tucci visited the Green Heart of Italy. While this small rural region lives in the shadow of its more glamourous neighbour, Tuscany, Umbria has an ancient history that predates the Romans. With the highest consumption of pork per capita in Italy, it is a carnivore’s dream. 

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