Network Ten has officially launched its 2019 season and with it comes a new look.
After almost 28 years, the “ten” logo has been replaced by a numeric “10”. The change comes almost a year after Ten was bought out of receivership by US network CBS.
The revamp also flows through to secondary channels One and Eleven which will become 10 Boss and 10 Peach.
Ten Eyewitness News will be known as 10 News First.
The network has also officially announced its premium streaming platform 10 All Access which will sit alongside its current catch up platform 10 Play.
New shows for the network include revivals of some familiar titles: Dancing With The Stars, now with Amanda Keller and Grant Denyer, and Changing Rooms with Natalie Bassingthwaite.
New dramas include My Life Is Murder, The Secret She Keeps and Five Bedrooms and comedy series Mr Black. New entertainment titles include Chris And Julia’s Sunday Night Takeaway and Celebrity Name Game.
Four projects from the network’s recent Pilot Week have been given the go ahead: Trial By Kyle, Kinne Tonight, Bring Back Saturday Night and Taboo.
Returning shows include The Project, The Sunday Project, MasterChef Australia, Survivor Australia, Have You Been Paying Attention?, Studio 10, The Bachelor, The Bachelorette, I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here, Gogglebox Australia, The Living Room, Pointless, Hughesy We Have A Problem and Neighbours.