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Steve Peacocke's big return and a Home & Away extravaganza: Here's the binge-worthy lineup coming to Channel Seven in 2021

Couches at the ready.

By Jess Pullar
Another year, another lineup of prime television to binge to our hearts content.
Yep, 2021 is already shaping up to be worlds apart from the, um, trainwreck of 2020 - and that'll stem right back to our screens.
On Wednesday, Channel Seven announced its stellar lineup of shows set to come to the network in 2021, and you can bet we're in for some peak content.
From a back-to-back return of Big Brother and Farmer Wants A Wife and even a refreshed version of beloved talent show The Voice, we take a look at everything you can expect to come to your screen on Channel Seven next year.

Reality TV

As expected, Big Brother is going to make a big return to Seven in 2021 - and the house will have a plethora of differences to 2020's traditional residence.
"Our new housemates are in for a surprise," host Sonia Kruger said in the sneak preview.
Filled with twists and turns, expect the unexpected in the 2021 season.
As for Farmer Wants A Wife, we're expecting "a breath of fresh air" with our new bach of eligible farmers.
According to host Natalie Gruzlewski, these guys are after "genuine love".
The Voice will also make a grand return to its brand new network Channel Seven, and most excitingly, the network will have a new lineup of judges - yet to be confirmed, but watch this space!
Ultimate Tag, a show similar to popular Ninja Warrior, can also be expected to come in 2021.
Famous talent show Australia's Got Talent is also set to return after being cancelled this year due to COVID-19.
Oh, and there's also the small addition of iconic Australian Idol, which is going to be revamped in 2022 - a while off, but you can bet we'll be waiting!
Sonia shared a sneaky sneak peek at the 2021 season of Big Brother. (Channel Seven)

Drama

Seven's staple Home and Away will bring a whole new set of dramatic narratives to the locale of Summer Bay.
New show RFDS will also make an exciting debut.
Starring Home and Away alum Steve Peacocke, the show follows members of the Royal Flying Doctor Service as they encounter the trials and tribulations of a job on the frontline.
Australian Gangster will also bring some additional drama in 2021's lineup.
Steve Peacocke will star in new Aussie drama RFDS. (Channel Seven)

News and current affairs

Investigative show Spotlight will also delve into some of Australia's most gripping and intriguing crimes.
The annual Telethon will of course make a return to the Network in 2021 - COVID or no COVID.
And of course, expect more Kochie, more Sam Armitage and all the hard news in between on Sunrise, The Morning Show and Seven News.

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