It feels like 2021 just started, but Channel Nine are already preparing the goods for next year!
So what's in store for 2022? The TV channel unveiled its lineup at today's virtual upfronts and whilst we're seeing the return of some classic favourites, there are also some shiny new treats to look forward to.
Keep scrolling for all the details!
Returning reality TV faves
Married At First Sight
It's the ultimate social experiment and MAFS is back for its ninth season in 2022.
Experts John Aiken, Mel Schilling and Alessandra Rampolla will all be back on screens along with a fresh batch of couples. Bring on the drama!
Can you believe this will be the reno show's 18th season? Whilst Scott Cam will be hosting once more, expect a "tree change" in 2022.
The show will head to the bush with contestants transforming a set of country houses into something spectacular.
Feel-good, family favourite Lego Masters is also coming back, with Hamish Blake and judge Ryan "Brickman" McNaught in the driver's seat.
Celebrity Apprentice Australia
Lord Alan Sugar isn't going anywhere! He's back in the boardroom for more entrepreneurial challenges.
As for the contestants, you'll see author and motivational speaker Turia Pitt along with comedy radio duo Will and Woody flex their business muscles.
Beauty and the Geek
We fell in love with the 2021 contestants so we can't wait to meet the next batch of beauties and geeks.
And fear not, Sophie Monk will be with us for the entire journey.
Australian Ninja Warrior
With a new course and a new attitude, season six of Ninja Warrior will see contestants go to the next level on the world's most difficult obstacle course.
Let's see if someone can take home the $200,000 prize...
We may have been in and out of lockdown for the last few months, but your travel isn't totally off the cards.
For its sixth season, five groups of Guides from all walks of life will provide their unique travel commentary as they visit the same location.
Follow these Byron real estate agents and the epic properties they're selling on Buying Byron.
Prepare for stunning homes and epic feuds in 2022.
Australia Behind Bars
Presented by Melissa Doyle, we go into three maximum security prisons in an eight-part series that shows what it's really like for the inmates and corrections officers.
Missing Persons Investigation
This powerful new series goes behind-the-scenes shares the emotional reality of looking for a missing loved one.
Missing Persons Investigation stars world-renowned forensic specialist Dr Jodie Ward, who is now helping to solve cold cases that have remained mysteries, until now.
Million Dollar Murders
Hosted by recently retired Detective Superintendent Deborah Wallace, the investigations of six chilling murder mysteries, offering a $1 million reward for new information, will be reopened.
Nine original dramas
Underbelly: Vanishing Act
Aussie favourite Underbelly is back!
Starring but not limited to Wentworth's Kate Atkinson and Home and Away's Tai Hara, Underbelly: Vanishing Act tells the story of Melissa Caddick, who allegedly embezzled over $40 million before mysteriously disappearing.
After The Verdict
Aussie icon Magda Szubanski and Home and Away alum Lincoln Younes join forces on new drama After The Verdict which follows four very different Australians who have just finished jury duty on a high-profile murder trial and take matters into their own hands.
But we're not done yet!
There are still good things to come in 2021!
Love Island Australia
Love Island's third season set right here in Australia is sure to bring the goods. And more than 50,000 people applied!
Sophie Monk will be hosting once more whilst comedian Stephen Mullan is taking over as the narrator from Eoghan McDermott as narrator. Meanwhile Bachelor favourite Abbie Chatfield will host sister show Afterparty and dissect all the highs and lows with a team of celeb superfans.
If you have kids, this is a must-watch.
Today's Ally Langdon and Australian parenting expert Dr. Justin Coulson team up with 10 sets of parents on Parental Guidance to see what they can learn from each other about their different styles of raising kids, from helicopter to free-range.
Our stomachs are already rumbling with this one!
Hosted by Scott Pickett and MasterChef fave Poh Ling Yeow, top chefs go head-to-head to perfectly replicate famous Aussie snacks from Twisties to Drumsticks.
Lego Masters Christmas
This festive mini-series will feature Scott Cam, Sophie Monk, Brooke Boney and Michael "Wippa" Wipfli.