In attendance were key talent including Karl Stefanovic, Hamish & Andy, Shaun Micallef, Scott Cam, Rodger Corser, Georgie Gardner, Rebecca Maddern, Erin Molan, Aaron Jeffery, Richard Wilkins, Dominic Monaghan and Kelly Rowland.“We will invest again in our schedule,” Marks continued.“We’ve had a great year but we know how important it is that we add more premium entertainment to our schedule to further expand the depth of our content in the demos that are important to you.“Whether it’s news, sport, entertainment or lifestyle content, brought to life through big event television, long or short form video, podcasts, native, or amplified through social, our audience-first approach in 2018 will inform our content decisions like never before.“Despite the great year we’ve had, we know we have a lot more work to do to be the media business we can and will become.”Absent from the list are local dramas House Husbands and Love Child plus comedy Here Come the Habibs. TALKIN’ ’BOUT YOUR GENERATIONThe blockbuster comedy for every generation that will have all Australian’s laughing out loud, Talkin’ ’Bout Your Generation, led by host Shaun Micallef, is an hour-long riotous battle between three generations – Gen X lead by Robyn Butler, Gen Y lead by Andy Lee and Gen Z lead by Laurence Boxhall.
The stellar cast will also include Zoe Ventoura as Chopper’s first wife, Mary Ann, Jane Allsop, Reef Ireland, Alex Tsitsopoulos and Anna Bamford, with original Underbelly alumni Vince Colosimo and Kevin Harrington returning as Alphonse Gangitano and Lewis Moran, and Debra Byrne reprising her portrayal of Judy Moran.
The show brings back to life everyone’s favourite memories and moments from the worlds of film and TV, music, news and current affairs, fads, advertising, sport and more.
It’s a celebration of the generations and what defines them in a bid to find out which one really does rule (for a week at least).
They will secretly film the families when they do their supermarket shopping to expose their problems and attempt to mend their ways.
From tips and tricks to grand public experiments, it’s a show full of fascinating insights into exactly what we put into our fridges, cupboards and our bellies.