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List of longest-running Australian television series

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Below is a list of all the longest-running Australian television programs, both past and present, that have been broadcast for a minimum of 6-10 years or 6 seasons (or both).

All data is updated as of 8 February 2021.

Note:   Programs with a shaded background indicate the program is still in production.

40-60 years

No. of years No. of seasons Program Broadcast Network Episodes References Notes
60 60 Four Corners 19 August 1961 – present ABC TV [1]
56 56 Play School 18 July 1966 – 2014 ABC TV 4516 (approx) [2]
2015 – present ABC Kids
53 53 Behind the News 1968 – 2003 ABC TV [3] Also known by the abbreviation "BtN"
15 February 2005 – 2014
2014 – present ABC Me
50 50 Mass for You at Home August 1971 – 2012 Network 10 [4]
2013 – present 10 Peach
45 45 Here's Humphrey 24 May 1965 – 29 February 2008 Nine Network 1776 [5]
43 43 60 Minutes 11 February 1979 – present Nine Network [6]
42 42 A Current Affair 22 November 1971 – 28 April 1978 Nine Network
18 January 1988 – present
41 41 Mr. Squiggle 1 July 1959 – 9 July 1999 ABC TV [7] Originally titled "Mr Squiggle and Friends".
40 40 Today 28 June 1982 – present Nine Network [8] Originally known as "The National Today Show". Not to be confused with previous "Today" show (1968-1969).

30-39 years

No. of years No. of seasons Program Broadcast Network Episodes References Notes
38 38 Dateline 19 October 1984 – present SBS
37 37 Neighbours 18 March 1985 – 8 November 1985 Seven Network 8,720 [9] Australia's most successful and longest running drama.
20 January 1986 – 17 December 2010 Network 10 [10]
11 January 2011 – present 10 Peach [11][12]
35 35 Rage 17 April 1987 – present ABC TV [13]
34 34 Home and Away 17 January 1988 – present Seven Network 6938 [14]
33 33 Compass 1988 – present ABC TV
32 32 Media Watch 8 May 1989 – 6 November 2000 ABC TV
8 April 2002 – present
32 32 Gardening Australia 16 February 1990 – present ABC TV [15]
31 31 Sunrise 17 January 1991 – present Seven Network Originally launched as "Seven News-Sunrise Edition"
31 31 Landline March 1991 – present ABC TV
30 30 Foreign Correspondent 14 March 1992 – present ABC TV
30 30 Getaway 14 May 1992 – present Nine Network
30 27 Totally Wild 12 July 1992 – 30 October 2013 Network 10 4122 27 seasons over 30 years
4 November 2013 – 26 September 2020 10 Peach
27 September 2020 – 27 June 2021 10 Shake

25-29 years

No. of years No. of seasons Program Broadcast Network Episodes References Notes
29 29 The Sunday Footy Show (AFL) 28 March 1993 – present Nine Network 605
29 29 The Sunday Footy Show (NRL) 1993 – present Nine Network 420
28 28 Wide World of Sports 23 May 1981 - 1999, 16 March 2008 – November 2016 Nine Network
29 29 Hey Hey It's Saturday 1971 – 1977, 1979 – 1999, 2009 – 2010 Nine Network 500+ [16] Also known as "Hey Hey It's Saturday Night" 1984-1985
29 29 Lateline 13 February 1990 – 2014 ABC TV [17]
2015 – 7 December 2017 ABC News
29 29 World of Sport 1959 – 1987 Seven Network 1355
28 28 The 7.30 Report January 1986 – 4 March 2011 ABC TV Replaced by "7.30" (7 March 2011)
28 28 Wheel of Fortune 21 July 1981 – 28 July 2006 Seven Network 5628 [18] No relation to earlier series "Wheel of Fortune" (1959-1962)
Also known as "Million Dollar Wheel of Fortune" (2008)
2008 Nine Network
27 27 Better Homes and Gardens 24 January 1995 – present Seven Network 1,000 (as of 29 June 2018)[19]
27 27 Insight 1995 – present SBS
27 27 Postcards 1995 – present Nine Network Victoria, also other state editions of various broadcast lengths
27 27 Sunday 15 November 1981 – 3 August 2008 Nine Network [20]
27 27 It's Academic 1968 – 1969 Network 10 1170+
1970 – 1978 Seven Network
2001 – 2013 Seven Network Perth only (2001-2004) before going national again
2013 – 2016 7Two
27 27 Sydney Weekender 1994 – 2020 Seven Network 1000 [21] New South Wales only
27 27 Saturday Disney 27 January 1990 – 24 September 2016 Seven Network 1366
31 March 2012 – 12 March 2016 7TWO
19 March 2016 – 24 September 2016 7flix [22]
26 26 Australian Story 1996 – present ABC TV
25 25 Today Tonight 30 January 1995 – 29 November 2019 Seven Network SA and WA only, 2014-2019; previously nationally
26 26 The Footy Show (AFL) 24 March 1994 – 25 September 2019 Nine Network 575
25 25 The Back Page 1997 – present Fox Sports Also known as "Back Page Live"
25 25 Family Feud 1977 – 1984 Nine Network
1988 – 1996 Seven Network
2006 – 2007 Nine Network Also known as "Bert's Family Feud"
14 July 2014 – 22 July 2018, 16 August 2020 – 27 December 2020 Network 10 Also "All Star Family Feud" editions
25 25 The Footy Show (NRL) 1 September 1994 – 27 September 2018 Nine Network 691
25 25 Australia's Funniest Home Videos 29 March 1990 – February 2014 Nine Network 900+ Originally known as "Graham Kennedy's Funniest Home Video Show"
25 25 New Faces 1963 – 1985 Nine Network
1992 – 1993 Network 10
25 25 Video Hits 15 February 1987 – 6 August 2011 Network 10 [23]

20-24 years

No. of years No. of seasons Program Broadcast Network Episodes References Notes
24 24 Message Stick 1999 – present ABC TV
23 23 The Price Is Right 1981 – 1986, 2012 Seven Network Originally "The New Price Is Right" to avoid confusion with 1957 version "The Price Is Right"
1989 Network 10
1993 – 1998, 2003 – 2005 Nine Network
22 22 The Movie Show 30 October 1986 – 2006 SBS
22 22 Sale of the Century 14 July 1980 – 29 November 2001 Nine Network 4610 [24]
22 22 Meet the Press October 1992 – November 2013 Network 10 1000+
22 22 Sow What 1967 – 1988 ABC TV
21 21 Catalyst 9 August 2001 – present ABC TV 320
21 21 Insiders 15 July 2001 – present ABC TV
21 21 Fishing Australia 2001 – present WIN Television
Gold
21 21 The World Game 2001 – present SBS
21 21 Sports Tonight 30 August 1993 – 30 September 2011 Network 10
15 July 2018 – 27 November 2019
21 21 Fat Cat and Friends 1972 – 1987 Network 10
1988 – 1992 Seven Network
20 20 RPM 1997 – 2008 Network 10
2011 10 Bold
2015 – present Network 10
20 20 Young Talent Time 24 April 1971 – 23 December 1988 Network 10 804
22 January 2012 – 4 May 2012 15
20 20 The Great South East 1997 – 2016 Seven Network Queensland only.
Replaced by "The Great Day Out" 12 February 2017
20 18 Escape with ET 1997 – 2004 Nine Network
2005 – 2017 Network 10

15-19 years

No. of years No. of seasons Program Broadcast Network Episodes References Notes
19 27 Living Black 2003 – present SBS
NITV
[25] 27 seasons in 19 years
19 14 Border Security: Australia's Front Line 13 October 2004 – present Seven Network 199 14 seasons in 19 years
19 19 The Curiosity Show 1972-1990 Nine Network 149
19 19 Extra 9 February 1991 – 26 June 2009 Nine Network 4540 (approx) Queensland
Other state editions of various lengths
18 18 Talking Footy 1994 – 2004, 2013 – present Seven Network
18 18 Vasili's Garden 2002 – 2006, 2008 – 2013 C31 Melbourne 200+ Moved to SBS for one season before returning to Community TV
2007 SBS
2016 – present 7TWO
18 18 The Great Outdoors 5 February 1993 – 15 August 2009 Seven Network 622
6 October 2012 – 24 November 2012
18 18 RPA 1 February 1995 – 18 July 2012 Nine Network
18 18 Burke's Backyard 12 September 1987 – 26 November 2004 Nine Network 713
17 17 Offsiders 2005 – present ABC TV
17 17 Weekend Sunrise 10 April 2005 – present Seven Network
17 17 Creek to Coast 2002 – 2020 Seven Network Queensland only
17 17 Quantum 1985 – 26 April 2001 ABC TV
17 17 Sportsworld 1990 – 2006 Seven Network
17 17 In Melbourne Tonight 1957 – 1970, 1996 – 1998 Nine Network
17 17 Global Village 30 November 1998 – 30 January 2015 SBS
16 16 Bondi Rescue 15 February 2006 – present Network 10 160
16 16 Toasted TV 22 August 2005 – 22 February 2012 Network 10 4891
27 February 2012 – 18 September 2020 10 Peach
16 5 Scope 19 September 2005 – 31 October 2013 Network 10 723 5 seasons over 16 years
3 November 2013 – 20 September 2020 10 Peach
16 16 Stateline 16 February 1996 – 4 March 2011 ABC TV Replaced by "7.30 (state editions)" 2011-2014
15 18 Dancing with the Stars 5 October 2004 – 7 September 2015 Seven Network 147
18 February 2019 – 29 March 2020 Network 10
2021–present Seven Network
15 15 The Morning Show 18 June 2007 – present Seven Network
15 15 The Force: Behind the Line 22 August 2006 – 2020 Seven Network 116
15 15 Bandstand 1958 – 1972 Nine Network
15 15 Pick a Box 2 March 1957 – 28 June 1971 Seven Network

10-14 years

No. of years No. of seasons Program Broadcast Network Episodes References Notes
14 17 The Block 1 June 2003 – 25 July 2004 Nine Network 604 16 seasons over 13 years
22 September 2010 – present
14 14 Q&A 22 May 2008 – present ABC TV 352
14 14 News Breakfast 3 November 2008 – present ABC TV
13 13 Selling Houses Australia 19 March 2008 – present LifeStyle 99 + 5 specials
14 13 Gruen 28 May 2008 – present ABC TV 108 Originally known as "The Gruen Transfer"
Also "Gruen Nation", "Gruen Planet", "Gruen Sweat"
14 12 Who Do You Think You Are? 13 January 2008 – present SBS 64 10 seasons over 12 years
14 14 Good Morning Australia with Bert Newton 20 January 1992 – 16 December 2005 Network Ten 3213
14 14 Countdown 8 November 1974 – 19 July 1987 ABC TV 563
14 14 Homicide 20 October 1964 – 18 January 1977 Seven Network 510
14 14 A Country Practice 18 November 1981 – 22 November 1993 Seven Network 1088
April 1994 – 5 November 1994 Network 10
14 14 Hi-5 12 April 1999 – 16 December 2011 Nine Network 595 Spin-off Hi-5 House on Nick Jr. from 2013–16
15 May 2017 – 16 June 2017 9Go!
14 14 Asia Pacific Focus 2001 – 2014 ABC TV
14 14 Bananas in Pyjamas 1992 – 2002, 2011 – 2013 ABC TV
ABC 4 Kids
356
14 14 Midday 11 February 1985 – 27 November 1998 Nine Network
14 14 Blokesworld 2003 – 2016 C31 (2003, 2006-2015),
Network 10 (2004-2005),
7mate (2012),
One (2013-2015),[26]
4ME (2015-2016)
14 14 Sounds 2003 – 2016 Seven Network Originally known as "Sounds Unlimited"
14 14 Huey's Cooking Adventures 1997 – 2010 Seven Network 354 Followed by "Huey's Kitchen"
2000 – 2009 Network 10
13 13 MasterChef Australia 27 April 2009 – present Network 10 562 (as of 2016)
13 13 Millionaire Hot Seat 20 April 2009 – present Nine Network 1,500 (as of 12 Oct 2016) [27]
13 13 The Project 20 July 2009 – present Network 10 2000 (as of 12 Apr 2017) Originally known as "The 7pm Project" (2009-2011)
Also "The Sunday Project" (2017–present)
13 13 Highway Patrol 21 September 2009 – present Seven Network 92 (as of 2017)
13 13 Big Brother 23 April 2001 – 14 July 2008 Network 10
22 February 2012 – 26 November 2014 Nine Network
2020 - Seven Network
13 13 Good Chef Bad Chef 2006 – 2007 Seven Network
3 January 2011 – present Network 10
13 13 Kids' WB 16 September 2006 – 29 November 2019 Nine Network/9Go!
13 13 RocKwiz 31 January 2005 – 2017 SBS 177
13 13 Blue Heelers 18 January 1994 – 4 June 2006 Seven Network 510
13 13 Brian and the Juniors 1957 – 1964 (as Swallow's Juniors) Seven Network Originally known as "Swallow's Juniors"
1965 – 1970
13 13 The Inventors 1970 – 1982 [28] ABC TV
12 12 Weekend Today 1 February 2009 – present Nine Network
12 12 Good Game: Spawn Point 20 February 2010 – present ABC Me 415
12 12 The Drum 23 July 2010 – present ABC TV
12 12 What's Up Downunder 2010 – 2011 Seven Network 115 (as of 2016)
2012 – present Network 10
12 12 Paul Murray Live 2010 – present Sky News Live [29]
12 12 The Bolt Report 8 May 2011 – 2015 Network 10 [30][31]
2016 – present Sky News Live
12 12 The Book Club 1 August 2006 – 19 December 2017 ABC TV 57 Originally known as "First Tuesday Book Club"
12 12 All Saints 24 February 1998 – 27 October 2009 Seven Network 494
12 12 Inside Business 4 August 2002 – 1 December 2013 ABC TV
12 12 Good Morning Australia 2 March 1981 – 18 December 1992 Network 10
12 12 The $7000 Question 1960 – 1971 Seven Network Originally known as "Coles £3000 Question" and
"Coles $6000 Question"
12 10 Australia's Next Top Model 11 January 2005 – 22 November 2016 Fox8 107 10 seasons over 12 years
12 12 The Marngrook Footy Show 2007 - 2010, 2020 C31 Melbourne 299 Screened concurrently on Ch31 and NITV 2007-2010
Moved to ABC TV for two seasons 2011-2012
Moved back to NITV in 2013
2007 - 11, 2013 - 2019 NITV
2011 - 2012 ABC2/ABC Comedy/ABC TV Plus
12 11 The Biggest Loser 13 February 2006 – 1 May 2017 Network 10 569 Later editions also known as "TBL Families" 2015 and "The Biggest Loser: Transformed" 2017
11 10 Everyday Gourmet with Justine Schofield 18 April 2011 – present Network 10 500+ (as of 2018) 10 seasons over 11 years
11 11 Richo 23 February 2011 – present Sky News Live [32]
11 11 Pop Asia 2011 – present SBS Viceland
11 11 Rove 22 September 1999 – 15 November 2009 Nine Network 354 Also known as "Rove Live"
2000 – 2009 Network 10
12 12 My Kitchen Rules 1 February 2010 – 26 March 2020 Seven Network 423
11 11 20 to One 13 October 2005 – 12 April 2011 Nine Network 153 Also known as "20 TO 1"
31 May 2016 – 2019
11 11 Deal or No Deal 13 July 2003 – 4 October 2013 Seven Network 2115
11 11 Sunday Night 8 February 2009 – 24 November 2019 Seven Network
11 11 At the Movies 1 July 2004 – 9 December 2014 ABC TV
11 11 Cheez TV 17 July 1995 – 20 August 2005 Network 10 2,547
11 11 Good Game 19 September 2006 – 6 December 2016 ABC2
11 11 Before the Game 1 March 2003 – 27 September 2013 Network 10 303
11 11 Bellbird 28 August 1967 – 23 December 1977 ABC TV 1562
11 11 Alexander Bunyip's Billabong 1978 – 1988 ABC TV
10 10 The Voice 15 April 2012 – 19 July 2020 Nine Network 173 (as of 2020)
2021–present Seven Network
10 12 Shaun Micallef's Mad as Hell 25 May 2012 – present ABC TV 89 (as of May 2016) [33] 12 seasons over 10 years
10 10 The Living Room 11 May 2012 – 24 December 2020 Network 10 200 (as of March 2017) [34]
10 10 Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? 18 April 1999 – 26 November 2007, 2021 Nine Network 298
10 10 Kerri-Anne 28 October 2002 – 25 November 2011 Nine Network 1920 Originally known as "Mornings With Kerri-Anne"
10 10 Super Flying Fun Show 1970 – 1979 Nine Network
10 10 Fresh with the Australian Women's Weekly 2000 – 13 March 2009 Nine Network

6-9 years

No. of years No. of seasons Program Broadcast Network Episodes References Notes
9 8 Wentworth 1 May 2013 – present Fox Showcase 8 seasons over 9 years
9 9 Have You Been Paying Attention? 3 November 2013 – present Network 10 209
9 8 Studio 10 4 November 2013 – present Network 10 1548
9 12 The Farmer Wants a Wife 24 October 2007 – 26 September 2012 Nine Network 69 11 seasons over 8 years
1 February 2016 – 14 March 2016
26 July 2020 – present Seven Network
9 9 The Bachelor 8 September 2013 – present Network 10 113
9 9 Spicks and Specks 31 January 2005 – 23 November 2011 ABC TV 297
2014
2021
9 9 Changing Rooms 1998 – 2005 Nine Network
2019 Network 10
9 8 McLeod's Daughters 8 August 2001 – 31 January 2009 Nine Network 224 [35] 8 seasons over 9 years
9 9 Mulligrubs 3 October 1988 – 27 December 1996 Network 10 ~500 [36]
9 9 Ready Steady Cook 2005 – 12 December 2013 Network 10 1000+ [37]
9 9 Agro's Cartoon Connection 1989 – 19 December 1997 Seven Network
9 9 Good News Week 19 April 1996 – 21 November 2000 ABC TV 217
11 February 2008 – 28 April 2012 Network 10
9 9 Our House 1993 – 2001 Nine Network
9 9 The Don Lane Show 8 May 1975 – 10 November 1983 Nine Network 666
9 9 Sunday Agenda 4 July 2010 – 24 December 2017 Sky News Live [38][39] Originally known as "Australian Agenda"
9 8 The Loop 28 January 2012 – 8 February 2020 10 Peach 421 (as of 8 February 2020) [40]
8 8 The Mix 2014 –2021 ABC TV Ending in 2021.
8 8 Julia Zemiro's Home Delivery 18 September 2013 – 8 July 2020 ABC TV 55 Taking a break in 2021.
8 8 House Rules 14 May 2013 – 7 June 2020 Seven Network 265 (as of 7 April 2020)
8 5 Rake 4 November 2010 – 2018 ABC TV 32 (as of 2016) 5 seasons over 8 years
8 8 The X Factor 6 February 2005 – 15 May 2005 Network 10 201
30 August 2010 – 21 November 2016 Seven Network
8 8 Simon Townsend's Wonder World 1979 – 1986 Network 10 2000+ [41]
1992 Nine Network
8 8 The Young Doctors 8 November 1976 – 30 March 1983 Nine Network 1396 [42]
8 8 The Sullivans 15 November 1976 – 10 March 1983 Nine Network 1114 [43]
8 8 Prisoner 27 February 1979 – 11 December 1986 Network 10 692 [44]
8 8 Cop Shop November 1977 – July 1984 Seven Network 582 [45]
8 8 G.P. 7 March 1989 – 10 December 1996 ABC TV 318 [46]
8 8 Hey Dad..! 11 February 1987 – 17 August 1994 Seven Network 291 [47]
8 8 The New Inventors 2004 – 2011 ABC TV 314 [48]
8 7 Offspring 15 August 2010 – 6 August 2014 Network 10 76 (as of 2016) 7 seasons over 8 years
29 June 2016 – 30 August 2017
8 5 Police Rescue 15 March 1989 – 22 November 1996 ABC TV 62 5 seasons over 8 years
8 8 The Daily Edition 17 June 2013 - 26 June 2020 Seven Network
8 8 Studio 3 7 December 2009 – 18 September 2016 ABC Me [49]
7 7 The Weekly with Charlie Pickering 22 April 2015 – present ABC TV
7 7 The Bachelorette 23 September 2015 – present Network 10 59
7 7 Australian Survivor 13 February 2002 – 15 May 2002 Nine Network 149 + 2 specials
17 August 2006 – 2 November 2006 Seven Network
21 August 2016 – 14 October 2019 Network 10
7 7 The Chase Australia 14 September 2015 – present Seven Network 599
7 7 Division 4 1969 – 1975 Nine Network 301
7 7 Australian Idol 27 July 2003 – 22 November 2009 Network 10 262
7 7 Matlock Police 1971 – 1976 Network 10 229
7 7 Heartbreak High 27 February 1994 – 1996 Network 10 210
1997 – 29 November 1999 ABC TV
7 7 Burgo's Catch Phrase 1997 – 2003 Nine Network
7 7 The Panel 18 February 1998 – 24 November 2004 Network 10 237 Also known as "The Panel Christmas Wrap" 2003-2007
7 7 Perfect Match 1984 – 1989 Network 10
2002 Seven Network
7 7 Couch Time 11 January 2011 – 31 March 2017 Eleven
7 7 William & Sparkles' Magical Tales 5 March 2010 – 2013 Nine Network [50]
2013 – 1 July 2016 9Go!
7 7 Hanging With 15 July 2013 – 20 September 2019 Disney Channel
6 6 A Place to Call Home 28 April 2013 – 13 July 2014 Seven Network 57 (as of 2017) [51]
27 September 2015 – 29 November 2015 SoHo [52]
11 September 2016 – 20 October 2018 Showcase [53]
6 6 Number 96 13 March 1972 – 11 August 1977 Network 10 1218 [54]
6 6 Adventure Island 1967 – 1972 ABC TV 1175 [55][56]
6 6 Sons and Daughters 18 January 1982 – 27 December 1987 Seven Network 972 [57]
6 6 The Einstein Factor 8 February 2004 – 22 November 2009 ABC TV 244 [58]
6 6 Enough Rope 17 March 2003 – 8 December 2008 ABC TV 191
6 6 Water Rats 12 February 1996 – 7 August 2001 Nine Network 177
6 6 Packed to the Rafters 26 August 2008 – 2 July 2013 Seven Network 122 [59]
6 5 Winners and Losers 22 March 2011 – 12 September 2016 Seven Network 109 [60] 5 seasons over 6 years
6 6 The Checkout 21 March 2013 – 17 April 2018 ABC TV 71 [61]

See also

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