TV Report March 24, 2024: Robert Irwin and Julia Morris usher in a wild new I’m a Celebrity 2024 cast

TV Report

The Eels strike the Sea Eagles in Sydney.

TV Report March 24, 2024:

Nine TV Report

Married at First Sight

Nine’s evening began with the morning of the final Commitment Ceremony on Married at First Sight. 

Following the Dinner Party, Sara and Tim are excited to show off how far they’ve come in the experiment. For Eden and Jayden, the argument they had last night has boiled over to this morning, and the pair are currently in gridlock. Eden wants to avoid conflict, while Jayden wants to be able to discuss his feelings openly. Lauren and Jono’s homestays reignited the flame between them. While they’re feeling closer than ever, this morning Tori has found out some information that threatens to blow up Lauren and Jono’s relationship. 

The first couple on the couch is Eden and Jayden. The pair have been struggling to deal with conflict, and their fight at the dinner party highlighted their issues with communication. Eden feels she needs to ‘bow down’ to Jayden and feels she doesn’t have a voice in the relationship. Jayden doesn’t agree, but Expert John calls him out for his toxic fight style. Jayden has a breakthrough, revealing he doesn’t feel good enough for Eden. Eden thinks Jayden is more than enough for her, and they both decide to stay. 

Jade and Ridge, Sara and Tim, Tori and Jack and Lauren and Jonathan all decide to stay. 

Lucinda reveals she felt unwelcome at Timothy’s house during homestays. Timothy admits he didn’t have the best attitude going into homestays and didn’t really make an effort. Lucinda reads a heartfelt but honest poem before revealing she has chosen to leave. Timothy has also decided to leave, but it’s on good terms and they both hope to continue their friendship. 


60 Minutes

Over on 60 Minutes, the team investigated Princess Catherine’s shock announcement, looked into the startling vision showing China’s dominance over a Pacific nation; and the benefits of intensive care in the treatment of dementia patients. 

NRL Sunday Footy: Sea Eagles v Eels

Sunday afternoon also saw the Sea Eagles take on the Eels at CommBank Stadium as the Eels thrashed the Sea Eagles 28-24.

Seven TV Report

Australian Idol

Over on Seven, the final three contestants – Amy, Dylan and Denvah – performed to win Australia’s vote to become the next Idol. Tonight’s final episode will see the Idol crowned in the Grand Finale. 

Judge Marcia Hines made a late withdrawal during the finale show after she fell ill before taping. She was replaced by Guy Sebastian for the episode.

Sam Fisher, Delta Goodrem, Morgan Evans and Conrad Sewell also performed in the episode. 


With access to victims’ families, investigators and other figures who have not spoken until now, the series examined unanswered questions and explored the truth behind the Lockerbie air disaster.

10 TV Report

The Sunday Project

The Sunday Project saw the program chat with Guenther Steiner who recapped the F1 in Melbourne and then spoke to Robert Irwin, Julia Morris and Frankie Muniz who were all live from the African jungle for the first episode of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! 

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!

On 10’s season premiere of I’m A Celeb, the new season showcased all of the new celebs making their way to the African jungle. 

The celebrities include:

• Frankie Muniz
• Brittany Hockley
• Peter Daicos
• Stephen K. Amos
• Ellie Cole
• Candice Warner
• Skye Wheatley
• Tristan MacManus
• Michelle Bridges
• Callum Hole
• Khanh Ong

See also: I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! 2024: Meet the cast


Death in Paradise

The team investigated the murder of a water taxi driver at the same time Neville received an anonymous letter warning them a murder is due to take place. 


Bettany Hughes’ Treasures of the World

The island of Cyprus lies between the continents of Europe, Asia and Africa and, as such, has often been desired as a strategic location by many different powers throughout history. Bettany Hughes explores the legacy of these diverse influences on Cyprus through four of its unique treasures.

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