Network Ten has finally released the programming line-up for the first week of its new high definition channel, Ten-HD, which launches on 16 December.
The new digital channel will feature separate programs to that on Ten’s main channel, including documentaries, films, science fiction and drama series including Veronica Mars and The Shield.
Various shows will be tagged for time-shifting, including The Bold And The Beautiful and Ten News At Five.
On Thursday’s, Ten-HD will breakaway from the main channel and offer exclusive programs from 3pm including Smallville, Battlestar Galactica, Torchwood and The 4400.
“After nearly a year in planning, and thanks to the hard work of staff across the network, Ten-HD is ready to launch,” said Ten’s chief programming officer, David Mott.
“We are incredibly proud to introduce a new era of choice for free TV viewers with the highest possible picture and sound quality.
“And even better, consumers won’t have to keep paying for the privilege of enjoying Ten-HD.
“Saturday 16 December marks the beginning of a journey, and we will progressively increase Ten-HD’s unique content in the months ahead.”
Visit www.tencorporate.com.au for full programming information.