The BEST Seven Network shows of all time

Every Seven Network show, ranked

We've compiled the average episode rating for every Seven Network show to compile this list of best shows!

Packed to the Rafters
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9.18
311 votes

#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.

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Border Security: Australia's Front Line
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8.40
220 votes

#2 - Border Security: Australia's Front Line

Takes viewers behind the scenes of Australia's Customs, Immigration and Quarantine departments. The people that work for these departments have been entrusted with protecting Australia's borders from drug smugglers, illegal immigrants, potential terrorists, harmful pests and exotic diseases. It reveals some of the methods that they use to separate the honest mistakes made by innocent holidaymakers from the much more sinister motives of criminals.

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Big Brother (AU)
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8.14
249 votes

#3 - 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.

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City Homicide
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7.87
247 votes

#4 - 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.

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Kath & Kim
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7.78
120 votes

#5 - Kath & Kim

Kath & Kim follows the day-to-day Australian suburban life of Kath Day-Knight (Jane Turner), her only child Kim Craig née Day (Gina Riley), Kim's husband Brett Craig (Peter Rowsthorn), Kath's love interest and eventual husband "purveyor of fine meats" Kel Knight (Glenn Robbins), and long-time family friend Sharon Strzelecki (Magda Szubanski). The main setting is Kath's townhouse in Fountain Lakes. It is taped in a house in the waterfront street of Lagoon Place, Patterson Lakes, Victoria.

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The X Factor (AU)
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7.73
166 votes

#6 - The X Factor (AU)

Australian version of the popular British show, in which talent seekers compete with one another to find the nation's next singing sensation.

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Wanted (2016)
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7.59
462 votes

#7 - Wanted (2016)

The series follows two complete strangers, Lola and Chelsea, who intervene in a fatal carjacking while waiting at a suburban bus stop, and are subsequently thrust into a chase from authorities across Australia with a vehicle filled with cash. The strangers must rely solely on each other while they are on the run.

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My Kitchen Rules
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7.52
376 votes

#8 - 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.

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Home and Away
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7.50
280 votes

#9 - Home and Away

Home and Away is an Australian television soap opera. It was created by Alan Bateman and has been produced in Sydney, New South Wales since July 1987. It commenced broadcast on the Seven Network from 17 January 1988. It is the second-longest-running Australian drama and has endured worldwide success, becoming one of the most popular Australian soap operas to screen internationally and the most popular in its home country. The pilot episode was screened as a ninety-minute television film, with each subsequent episode airing at twenty-two minutes per episode. The series is currently broadcast Mondays through to Thursdays at 7:00 pm.

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The Voice (AU)
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7.50
230 votes

#10 - The Voice (AU)

ITV Studios Australia and Channel 9 present The Voice Australia, a TV talent search like no other. Superstar coaches: Delta Goodrem, Kelly Rowland, Guy Sebastian & Boy George. Previous seasons won by Karise Eden, Harrison Craig, Anja Nissen, Ellie Drennan, Alfie Arcuri, Judah Kelly and Sam Perry respectively. #TheVoiceAU on Channel 9.

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Wild Boys
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7.38
119 votes

#11 - Wild Boys

In Hopetoun there are few rules… And even fewer willing to follow them. In this town moral codes are muddied by circumstance and opportunity. There’s gold for the taking, cash being splashed and power wielded ruthlessly with little regard for right and wrong. It’s hard to know the good guys from the bad when guns, blades and fists speak louder than any law. This is the world of the Wild Boys, a high-energy adventure series about a gang of bushrangers whose charisma is as captivating and entertaining as their extreme exploits in the Australian bush. Set in 1860s NSW at the frontier – where gold has lured the opportunistic away from the still fledgling main colonies, – Wild Boys follows four men on the outside of the law as they come up against authority, the rich and greedy and the foibles of their own hearts. Daniel MacPherson (City Homicide) and Zoe Ventoura (Packed to the Rafters) star alongside a stellar Australian cast that includes Michael Dorman, David Field, Jeremy Sims, Christopher Stollery, Nathaniel Dean, Anna Hutchison and newcomer Alexander England. Jack, Dan, Conrad and Captain Gunpowder are the Wild Boys. Jack wants enough gold to head west, buy land and settle down with Mary, Hopetoun’s publican, butcher and brothel owner. Dan wants enough gold to head west and buy women (any women, really). Captain Gunpowder just wants to have fun with Jack, Dan and his cache of explosives (and maybe win the heart of a certain school teacher). And Conrad doesn’t really care about money; he just wants to elope with the mayor’s daughter Emilia. The Wild Boys are making plans for the future, but for now they will have to make do with each other – staging hold-ups and keeping one step ahead of traps, trackers, and other outlaws. The question is: Are they smart enough to stay ahead of Fuller, Fife and Scanlon (each of whom has a very good reason to want the Wild Boys dead)? Wild Boys is a Southern Star Entertainment Prod

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House Rules (AU)
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7.37
147 votes

#12 - House Rules (AU)

Six Aussie teams put their homes on the line and their skills to the test in a fight for renovation supremacy and a life-changing prize. Teams will travel the country, hand over the keys to their homes and leave their competition rivals to transform every room in their house any way they want! It's the key to a whole new life. But will it open the door to their dreams or their worst nightmare? In a brand-new season, renovation meets innovation with aspirational reveals which will inspire and educate like never-before.

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800 Words
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7.36
211 votes

#13 - 800 Words

A recently widowed father, quits his job as a popular 800 word columnist for a top selling Sydney newspaper. Over the internet he buys a house on an impulse in a remote New Zealand seaside town. He then has to break the news to his two teenage kids who just lost their mum, and now face an even more uncertain future. But the colourful and inquisitive locals ensure his dream of a fresh start does not go to plan.

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Secret Bridesmaids' Business
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7.04
53 votes

#14 - Secret Bridesmaids' Business

Olivia's perfect wedding turns deadly after one of her bridesmaids unknowingly invites a malevolent stranger into their lives, triggering a deadly chain reaction that blows open a hidden world of secrets

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Zumbo's Just Desserts
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7.00
140 votes

#15 - Zumbo's Just Desserts

Australia’s very own Willy Wonka Adriano Zumbo and acclaimed British chef Rachel Khoo go in search of Australia’s sweetest home cooks. Amateur dessert makers from around the country will put their sweet baking skills to the test until the ultimate dessert king or queen is crowned.

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Instant Hotel
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6.85
75 votes

#16 - Instant Hotel

From the Top End to tropical North Queensland, from Bondi to the Barossa, from Melbourne to the mighty Murray River... We’re on the hunt for Australia’s absolute best ‘Instant Hotel’! When you check into INSTANT HOTEL on Seven, get set to journey across Australia on a holiday like no other because there are no hotels and motels - only Aussies turning their homes into Instant Hotels. Tapping into the worldwide trend of homeowners renting out their homes as holiday accommodation, INSTANT HOTEL will see 10 teams of two competing for the title of Best Instant Hotel.

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Back with the Ex
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6.27
29 votes

#17 - Back with the Ex

After years apart, four singles will reunite with the ex they just couldn't forget. But what they don't know is if their ex feels the same way about them.

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Winter
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5.79
91 votes

#18 - Winter

Winter is an Australian mystery-drama-thriller television series set to screen on the Seven Network in 2015. It is a spin-off of the 2014 telemovie The Killing Field which starred Rebecca Gibney as Detective Sergeant Eve Winter with Peter O'Brien, Chloe Boreham and Liam McIntyre. The series revolves around the investigation behind the separate murders of two women who were found with the same tattoo on the same night.

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