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Entertainment Australian Idol RETURNS: Seven confirms talent show will air in 2022

07:15  21 october  2020
07:15  21 october  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Australian Idol is returning to television after 12 years as part of Channel Seven 's 2022 prime time line-up, the network announced on Wednesday. Meanwhile, Seven also announced the return of Australia 's Got Talent on Wednesday. The entertainment show , presented by Ricki-Lee, will air in

Australian Idol will return to screens in 2022 for the first time in 12 years thanks to Channel Seven , who is reviving the beloved series. Australian Idol ‘s initial run came from the hands of Channel Ten, who premiered the series way back in 2003.

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Australian Idol is returning to television after 12 years as part of Channel Seven's 2022 prime time line-up, the network announced on Wednesday.

The talent show is famous for discovering a string of top-selling artists, including Guy Sebastian, Jessica Mauboy, Casey Donovan, Matt Corby and Ricki-Lee Coulter.

Angus Ross, Seven's Director of Programming, said: 'Idol is the granddaddy of them all! The biggest show in the world comes to Seven in 2022, and we know Australians are going to love it. We can't wait to bring Idol back to Australian audiences in 2022, putting our prime time content line-up even further ahead of the competition.'

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Australian Idol returning to TV in 2022 . “The biggest show in the world comes to Seven in 2022 , and we know Australians are going to love it.” Australian Idol launched the careers of stellar Aussie artists including Guy Sebastian, Jessica Mauboy, Ricki-Lee, Shannon Noll, Casey Donovan

Australian Idol is officially returning to our screens in 2022 , thanks to the Seven Network. It is the biggest show in the world and was certainly a hit in Australia when it graced our screens many years ago. The show catapulted people into stardom, many who are household names today.

It's back! Australian Idol is returning to television after 12 years as part of Channel Seven's 2022 prime time line-up, the network announced on Wednesday © Provided by Daily Mail It's back! Australian Idol is returning to television after 12 years as part of Channel Seven's 2022 prime time line-up, the network announced on Wednesday

'We're home to the biggest franchises in television at Seven, and Idol is the biggest of them all. Bring on 2022!' Mr Ross added.

Fremantle Asia Pacific's CEO, Chris Oliver-Taylor, said: 'Idol is renowned for launching global music artists. That's what we've done here in Australia and across the world. We can't wait to break the next superstar Idols on Seven in 2022.'

Australian Idol is a Fremantle and Eureka co-production for the Seven Network and will premiere on Channel Seven and 7plus in 2022.

Based on the global Pop Idol format - the most-watched TV franchise in history - Australian Idol aired from 2003 to 2009 on Channel 10.

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Australian Idol in 2022 . Big entertainment brands and major Sport underpin Seven ’s slate in 2021, coupled with Aussie Drama and News. In their place are new Seven hits Big Brother, Farmer Wants a Wife, SAS Australia and Australia ’s Got Talent to be joined by The Voice, Holey Moley and

The talent show aired for seven seasons on Channel 10 between 2003 and 2009, but TV Tonight reports that Seven now 'has the option' to broadcast it. Daily Mail Australia has contacted Channel Seven for comment. Unlike other singing shows , Australian Idol has a track record for making bona

Guy Sebastian standing in front of a sign: Popular: Based on the global Pop Idol format - the most-watched TV franchise in history - Australian Idol aired from 2003 to 2009 on Channel 10. Pictured: season one winner Guy Sebastian performing in Sydney on November 13, 2003 © Provided by Daily Mail Popular: Based on the global Pop Idol format - the most-watched TV franchise in history - Australian Idol aired from 2003 to 2009 on Channel 10. Pictured: season one winner Guy Sebastian performing in Sydney on November 13, 2003

It was hosted by Osher Günsberg and James Mathison from 2003 to 2007, before former contestant Ricki-Lee Coulter joined them in 2008.

The following year, James left the show and it was hosted by Osher and Ricki-Lee.

Osher is still signed with Channel 10, which means he won't be involved in any Seven revival; however, Ricki-Lee could return as host as she's contracted to Seven.

James has mostly left the media sphere to focus on his political career and family.

Many TV insiders had predicted an Idol revival on Seven as the network had already brought back Big Brother and The Farmer Wants a Wife in 2020.

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The Australian edition has also never been on air in an age of social media… Seven has confirmed Australia ’s Got Talent from Fremantle is back in It is also reviving Farmer Wants a Wife, Big Brother and Wife Swap. But reviving the show will not come cheap and Seven is under huge pressure with

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Channel 10 had originally bought rights to the Idol franchise for $15million in 2003.

The first season was a ratings bonanza and attracted more viewers than major events such as the AFL grand final.

a man and a woman standing on a stage: Reboot central: Many TV insiders had predicted an Idol revival on Seven as the network had already brought back Big Brother and The Farmer Wants a Wife in 2020. Pictured: hosts James and Osher with season two finalists Casey Donovan and Anthony Callea on November 21, 2004 © Provided by Daily Mail Reboot central: Many TV insiders had predicted an Idol revival on Seven as the network had already brought back Big Brother and The Farmer Wants a Wife in 2020. Pictured: hosts James and Osher with season two finalists Casey Donovan and Anthony Callea on November 21, 2004

Unlike other singing shows, Australian Idol has a track record for making bona fide stars, the most notable being its inaugural winner, Guy Sebastian.

Meanwhile, Seven also announced the return of Australia's Got Talent on Wednesday.

The entertainment show, presented by Ricki-Lee, will air in 2021. The judging panel has yet to be announced.

a crowd of people in a dark room: Meanwhile: Seven also announced the return of Australia's Got Talent on Wednesday. The show, presented by Ricki-Lee, will air in 2021. The judging panel has yet to be announced © Provided by Daily Mail Meanwhile: Seven also announced the return of Australia's Got Talent on Wednesday. The show, presented by Ricki-Lee, will air in 2021. The judging panel has yet to be announced Read more

Big Brother star Angela Clancy has her eyes on a new TV gig .
She rose to fame after appearing as the villain on this year's season of Big Brother Australia. And now Angela Clancy has her eyes set on hosting Channel Seven's upcoming reboot of Australian Idol.'I want to be the next Andrew G,' the 37-year-old said on Wednesday speaking to Daily Mail Australia. © Provided by Daily Mail 'I want to be the next Andrew G': Big Brother star Angela Clancy has revealed she has her eyes on new hosting Seven's upcoming reboot of Australian Idol 'I would love to host a talent show like Australian Idol,' she added.

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