A Whole Bunch Of Yr Fave Channel 10 Shows Are Reportedly Facing The Axe

As first revealed back in June, Australian commercial TV network Channel Ten is financially up shit creek having entered voluntary administration, and now the specifics of the expected fall out are coming to light.

The Daily Tele has the exclusive goss on what’s looking likely to go down over at the embattled network, with some of your favourite shows set to get the chop and news programs to get a huge shake-up.

Based on a secret internal five-year-plan document, Australian produced shows Bondi Rescue and The Biggest Loser will be wrapped up after their 2018 seasons, with Shark Tank also looking likely to not last past 2019.

Grant Denyer cheese-fest Family Feud would also re-locate to Sydney to save on costs, which is the first time in the history of ever that moving to Sydney saved anyone money.

The network’s sports coverage would also take a hit, with the contracts for the Bathurst 100, V8 Supercars and Formula 1 racing all finishing up after their current terms.

Most Channel Ten news rooms across the country will also be shut down under the plan, moving the entire station’s news production to Sydney. A large portion of the supposed 15% job cuts across the network would be from a result of this move.

Thankfully Channel Ten’s flagship show’s The Project, The Bachelor/ette, Australian Survivor and repeats of Judge Judy (THANK FUCK) seem to remain untouched.

US network CBS currently has a bid in the works to take over ownership of the broke AF channel, but we’ll have to wait ’till November to find out if it all gets approved.

UPDATE: A leaked internal email tweeted by reporter Peter Ford sees CEO Paul Anderson denying The Tele’s claims, stating “Our plans for 2018 programming are well advanced with new and exciting content for our schedule.”