If 2020 was up for the title of one of the worst years ever, what can this one deliver to top it? With Covid vaccines up and running, 2021 is off to a flying start. So could some of the challenges we’ve faced actually become opportunities for the future?
Next Monday, April 12 at 7.30pm, Kate Langbroek narrates What The Hell Happens Next? where 20 of Australia’s most opinionated celebrities will project forward to examine the big issues – covering everything from serious news to entertainment, lifestyle, and tech.
Will there be a COVID-19 baby boom or will divorce rates skyrocket? Or both? Could no international travel actually be a good thing?
The What The Hell Happens Next? line-up includes Urzila Carlson, Harley Breen, Becky Lucas, Michael Hing, Beau Ryan, Jess Eva, Nazeem Hussain, Julia Morris, Waleed Aly, Susan Carland, Eddie Perfect, Myf Warhurst, Joel Creasey, Julie Bishop, Narelda Jacobs, Daniel Doody, Andy Allen, Bianca Chatfield, Jordan Nguyen and Adam Spencer.
The show follows on from What The Hell Just Happened? which aired on 10 on April 5th. The show checked in with Australia’s most prolific media personalities, as they reflected on the year that was,
What The Hell Just Happened? asked its guests about topics that they normally wouldn’t be speaking about in their lines of work. For example, what does former Australian politician Julie Bishop think of Cardi B’s infamous WAP video? And what’s Julia Morris’ take on serious issues like global warming and the Covid-19 vaccine?
If we’ve learned anything from the year that gave us a pandemic, bushfires, floods, and the occasional report of murder hornets, it’s that if we don’t laugh, we’ll cry.
What The Hell Happens Next? is made for Network 10 by Lune Media.
What The Hell Happens Next? Premieres next Monday, 12 April At 7.30pm only on Channel 10 and 10Play.