TV Report 11 April 2024: After thrilling win against Knights, Roosters fly into top eight

TV Report

Sarah Ferguson interviewed Anthony Albanese on 7:30.

TV Report 11 April 2024:

Nine TV Report

NRL – Knights v Roosters

Nine’s draw for the night was the Newcastle Knights vs the Sydney Roosters, which saw the Roosters take out the close game, ending with a 22-20 win at McDonald Jones Stadium in Newcastle. The Roosters are now in the top eight with this victory. 

A Current Affair

Over on A Current Affair, the program looked into the mobile police stations hoping to rein in youth crime and met with frontline workers left astounded over a Queensland tradie pay deal. 

Seven TV Report

AFL – Demons vs Lions

On Seven, the Melbourne Demons went up against the Brisbane Lions at the MCG, with the Lions ending up taking the win, beating the Dees by 22 points. It was Brisbane’s first win at the MCG since 2022. 

Home & Away

Earlier in the night was Home & Away as Theo dragged his friends down with him, Tane decided it was time to own up and Eden felt betrayed.

10 TV Report

The Project

The Project on 10 looked into another record rent rise, the fight against Parkinson’s, and chatted to Jimeoin with co-host Liz Ellis.

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!

On 10’s I’m A Celebrity the farewells continued with Candice Warner leaving the South African jungle behind. 

Around the camp, Candice had many heart-to-heart conversations with campmates discussing shared experiences in the sports industry, and shedding light on the resilience and strength required to navigate the highs and lows of life in the public eye. 



7:30’s Sarah Ferguson interviewed Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and looked into the battle for the future of the Olympic Games being played out in Brisbane. 


Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy

Actor Stanley Tucci visited the Italian island of Sardinia. Famous for its harsh, rugged landscape, crystal blue ocean, and passionately preserved traditions, Tucci learned how Sardinian food culture varies wildly throughout the island. 

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