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EntertainmentKarl Stefanovic opens up about his return to TV

04:55  05 august  2019
04:55  05 august  2019 Source:   nowtolove.com.au

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Karl Stefanovic is back in the spotlight six months after taking time off.

Karl Stefanovic (born 12 August 1974) is an Australian Gold Logie-winning television presenter. Stefanovic is the host of Nine Network's show This Time Next Year and was co-host of Today

Karl Stefanovic opens up about his return to TV © Provided by Bauer Media Pty Ltd This Time Next Year returns to screens after a two-year hiatus, and brings back its host, Karl Stefanovic.

A lot can change in a year – just ask any of the contributors in the new season of This Time Next Year.

Vowing to change their life in the space of 12 months, these brave Aussies journey through unimaginable circumstances to see it through – and what transpires is inspiring.

From overcoming phobias and finding love, to facing a serious medical condition, no individual is the same. Yet they all share one trait: a true-blue fighting spirit.

This Time Next Year not only makes its return to screens after a two-year hiatus, but also brings back its host, Karl Stefanovic, to our TV screens.

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Axed Today co-host Karl Stefanovic has addressed his removal from Nine’s morning program ahead of his return to prime time television . “I do not believe for a second I was at my best,” Stefanovic said at Nine’s post-Logies brunch on Monday, in an interview with MC Rebecca Maddern.

Today Show host Karl Stefanovic opens up about his tough year and the lessons he's learned over the past 12 months. “The number of people camped outside my house has diminished, which is nice,” the 42-year-old jokes to TV WEEK, referring to the hungry paparazzi.

The long-time former co-host of Nine Network's Today controversially left the breakfast show in 2018 and hasn't been on air since.

Speaking to TV WEEK, Karl, 44, says TTNY is the perfect vehicle to not only to return to television, but to do what he loves best: sharing real stories.

"It's a brand new season and, right from the start, audiences at home will know the pledges are bigger and bolder than last time," the 2011 TV WEEK Gold Logie Award winner says.

"I've met some truly inspiring Australians who will warm viewers' hearts. I've been blown away."

Karl Stefanovic opens up about his return to TV © Provided by Bauer Media Pty Ltd In This Time Next Year's first ep, we meet Eden.

In the series return, Karl meets 16-year-old schoolgirl Eden. Just over a year ago, she was diagnosed with a rare form of Tourette Syndrome and was forced to leave school after routinely fainting.

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Karl Stefanovic opens up about having to 'plough on' after tough year. Karl Stefanovic makes a heartbreaking confession as he plans his return to TV . Stefanovic just announced that he's returning to Channel Nine to host the second season of the hit show, This Time Next Year.

Desperate Karl Stefanovic 's shock new lifeline revealed. The TV star really could return to Today – but only if he "comes back with his tail between his legs". " Karl has very little to do each day, other than catch up with mates for lunch, and even those have become rather sombre affairs, because he's

On the This Time Next Year couch, Eden pledges to overcome her condition enough that she'll be able to catch a bus on her own and return to the classroom.

"This series has been a joy to work on," Karl says. "And I'm not going to lie, I shed a tear or two."

As Eden shares her story, the hardships of her adolescent life are evident – but so is her ongoing resilience and hope. This young woman has her eye on completing the HSC and graduating with her fellow students.

Later in the episode, a mother and daughter vow to lose 100kg between them, while a young couple endeavour to become first-time parents.

TTNY is full of inspiring tales of overcoming adversity. But its also a timely reminder to be positive and strive for your goals. That's reason enough to tune in.

This Time Next Year airs Monday August 10 at 8.40pm on the Nine Network

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Karl Stefanovic opens up about his return to TV
Karl Stefanovic opens up about his return to TV
Karl Stefanovic opens up about his return to TV
Karl Stefanovic opens up about his return to TV
Karl Stefanovic opens up about his return to TV
Karl Stefanovic opens up about his return to TV
Karl Stefanovic opens up about his return to TV
Karl Stefanovic opens up about his return to TV
Karl Stefanovic opens up about his return to TV
Karl Stefanovic opens up about his return to TV
Karl Stefanovic opens up about his return to TV
Karl Stefanovic opens up about his return to TV
Karl Stefanovic opens up about his return to TV

Huge audience drop for Karl Stefanovic's This Time Next Year.
Monday night's series return recorded an average 686,000 metropolitan viewers, down almost 50 per cent compared to the show's 2017 debut.

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