The BEST Seven Network Shows
The top 4 shows on Seven Network
#1 - Packed to the Rafters
Centres around Dave and Julie Rafter and their three children Rachel, Ben and Nathan. On the eve of their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary the couple thinks that they are finally about to have the house to themselves. But home is a very welcome refuge for their children and when unforeseen problems loom, they return like a boomerang.
#2 - Big Brother (AU)
Big Brother brings together a group of strangers from all walks of life to live under one roof, where hundreds of cameras record their every move 24-hours a day, seven days a week. With no contact from the outside world, the housemates compete in the ultimate popularity contest. Their personalities are exposed through unlikely friendships, diary room revelations and challenges, to determine who will receive special privileges and who will be nominated for eviction. In this uniquely exposing competition, it is ultimately the viewer who decides who stays and who goes, until the last housemate standing is awarded the grand prize and coveted title of Big Brother winner.
#3 - City Homicide
No greater honour will ever be bestowed upon an officer, than when they are entrusted with an investigation into the death of a human being. Seven's new series follows young Homicide Detectives Simon (Daniel MacPherson, Neighbours, Tripping Over), Duncan (Aaron Pedersen, Water Rats), Jennifer (Nadine Garner, Water Rats, Stingers) and Matt (Damien Richardson) as they try to deal with the reality of their jobs in their personal and professional lives. With the help of their Superintendent (Noni Hazlehurst, Better Homes and Gardens) and Senior Sergeant (Shane Bourne, Thank God You're Here, MDA) they go about trying to solve some of Melbourne's most brutal homicides. City Homicide: Their day begins when your day ends. This is City Homicide.
#4 - My Kitchen Rules
Teams of two from across Australia compete to determine who makes the best meal. The teams prepare three-course meals and score one another's dishes. Celebrity chefs Pete Evans and Manu Feildel also judge the meals. The low-scoring teams are eliminated throughout the competition with the eventual winning pair earning a AU$250,000 grand prize.