The time has finally come for your face-to-face introduction to the newest member of the Network 10 family with 10 Shake landing on your screens from 6.00am this Sunday, 27 September.
Every day from 6.00am to 6.00pm, 10 Shake will boast programs just for the kids. For the first time on free-to-air TV, the young ones will be able to tune into The Loud House, Henry Danger, Sam & Cat and The Thundermans.
But of course, that’s not all. Long-time favourites including SpongeBob SquarePants, PAW Patrol, Dora The Explorer, Butterbean’s Café and locally produced READY SET DANCE, Totally Wild and Scope will keep the kids of Australia educated and entertained.
From 6.00pm each night, it’s time for the grown-ups to reclaim the remote as The Charlotte Show, Teen Mom Australia (season 1), Ridiculousness (season 8), Catfish: The TV Show (season 6) and The Daily Show With Trevor Noah make their free-to-air debuts.
At the same time, The Late Late Show With James Corden, Comedy Central Roasts, Drunk History US, Ex On The Beach UK and Lip Sync Battle will have you debating, laughing and gasping until it’s time for your head to hit the pillow.
Network 10 Head of Programming, Daniel Monaghan, said: “We are thrilled to be adding 10 Shake to our family of channels. It is a fantastic proposition for Australian viewers and includes a great array of content from ViacomCBS, a lot of which has never aired on free-to-air television before.
“10 Shake daytime will boast over 84 hours a week of the biggest kids’ TV shows on the planet and will provide a wonderful world of entertainment just for kids.
“In prime time, 10 Shake will be the destination for mischievous big kids who love escapism television with plenty of bite, comedy and fun. It will be self-indulgent TV at its best.”
ViacomCBS Australia & New Zealand chief sales officer Rod Prosser said: “By unlocking ViacomCBS’ huge library of iconic content and brands on 10 Shake, we are creating a fresh environment packed with familiarity.
“This is great news for brands and advertisers with endless opportunities to create something unique across this channel, and our broader playground of brands.
“More than 70% of Australians have not had access to many of these iconic shows which are firmly targeted at under 50s and we’re really pumped to be bringing them to free-to-air,” he said.
“The pendulum is certainly swinging in favour of 10 as brands and advertisers are making the switch. The addition of 10 Shake to our linear channels will boost our share, particularly in the younger demographics.”
Check out all the awesomeness coming to 10 Shake below.