Everything new coming to Network 10 in 2020

Get excited! All your favourite shows are back...

By Cynthia Wang and Tina Burke
Five Bedrooms, Playing For Keeps and Australian Surivor were just some of the major series confirmed to be returning when Network 10 held their annual Upfronts today in Sydney.
The Upfronts unveiled 10's line-up for 2020, for channels including 10, 10 Peach, 10 Bold and the network's CBS-affiliated streaming service 10 All Access.
"In 2020, our content will be everywhere – across all platforms – creating a playground that will ensure our shows connect with Australians like never before and get all of Australia talking," says Network 10 Chief Content Officer Beverley McGarvey.
Starting in early January, 10 will begin dropping their line-up of home-grown series including major franchises, comedy, drama and news and current affairs programs.
Fans of this year's breakout series Five Bedrooms will be thrilled to know the Melbourne-based drama is returning, with cast members Steve Peacocke, Kat Stewart, Katie Robertson, Roy Joseph, Doris Younane, Hugh Sheridan and Kate Jenkinson.
Five Bedrooms returns in 2020.
10 has confirmed that Lisa McCune and Peter Helliar's comedy series How To Stay Married will return. Also, a mysterious new drama series called The Secrets She Keeps will premiere, with 10 hinting "it's all about secrets… that everyone wants to keep hidden."
Reality TV favourites including the Bachelor franchise, Dancing With The Stars, I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! and The Masked Singer Australia will return.
For the first time ever Australian Survivor will return for two seasons in one year, with Jonathan LaPaglia hosting an All Stars version set to hit screens in February, followed by a second version later in the year.
"Obviously we wanted to make sure this show was really established before we went to the position of doing it twice a year," Beverley tells TV WEEK of the decision to air Survivor twice.
She admits that airing the All Stars season in the early months of 2020 is "strategic" as "reality competition is incredibly intense" during that time. Australian Survivor: All Stars will go up against the likes of Married At First Sight on Nine.
"Survivor obviously is very different than the other two big reality shows on at that time," she says. "So utilising Survivor in Q1 is something that we really believe will make us very competitive."
WATCH: The trailer for Australian Survivor: All Stars below. Story continues below...
MasterChef Australia will debut a brand new look, along with brand new judges Andy Allen, Melissa Leong and Jock Zonfrillo. Find out more here.
Fan-favourites such as The Living Room, Gogglebox, Hughesy, We Have A Problem and Have You Been Paying Attention? will return, along with recent success Kinne Tonight and Pilot Week 2018 series Drunk History.
The Project enters its second decade in 2020, and will be back on our screens alongside other news and current affairs programs 10 News First and Studio 10.
Other shows including Ambulance Australia, Todd Sampson's BodyHack, Bondi Rescue, Trial By Kyle and One Born Every Minute Australia are also on the roster.
Jad, Sarah and Matty are three Gogglebox fan-faves.
New seasons of international shows including NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles, Bull, FBI, The Graham Norton Show, and various Jamie Oliver series will air.
Plus, new drama series FBI Most Wanted – starring Aussie actor Julian McMahon – will premiere, alongside The Gilded Age, from Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes.
Neighbours returns to 10 Peach in 2020, marking it's 35th year on the air. Also joining the fun-filled channel will be all-new episodes of The Loop, Bojack Horseman and returning sitcoms such as Seinfeld, Will & Grace and 2 Broke Girls.
10 Bold will continue airing hit shows such as Madam Secretary, NCIS New Orleans, MacGyver, and Hawaii 5-0.
Scroll through for the full list of TV shows – new and returning – that are set to grace our screens next year.
Ambulance Australia
Australian Survivor All Stars

Bachelor In Paradise
Bondi Rescue

Celebrity Name Game
Dancing With The Stars

Drunk History
FBI Most Wanted
Five Bedrooms

Formula 1 2020 Australian Grand Prix

Have You Been Paying Attention?
Hughesy, We Have A Problem

I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!
Jamie Oliver
Kinne Tonight

MasterChef Australia
Melbourne Cup Carnival

MotoGP World Championship
NCIS: Los Angeles

Pilot Week 2020

The Bachelor Australia

The Bachelorette Australia
The Conners
The Gilded Age
The Graham Norton Show
The Living Room

The Project
The Secrets She Keeps

Todd Sampson's BodyHack
Trial By Kyle
*Homegrown shows

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