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Since then, the network has been pulling a vast amount of its programming from Creator/TheCW (and its predecessor, Creator/TheWB) and producing a wide range of shows, especially reality TV, to appeal to young viewers. They have been successful, becoming the most popular network for the 16-29 demographic, but since 2012 they have also dropped from the third to the fourth most popular network (out of five) in Australia. The network shares news content with Creator/{{CBS}} in UsefulNotes/TheUnitedStates and vice-versa, along with airing plenty of CBS entertainment programming. Thanks to poor ratings and revenue, Ten was bought out by CBS in 2017.

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Since then, the network has been pulling a vast amount of its programming from Creator/TheCW (and its predecessor, Creator/TheWB) and producing a wide range of shows, especially reality TV, to appeal to young viewers. They have been successful, becoming the most popular network for the 16-29 demographic, but since 2012 they have also dropped from the third to the fourth most popular network (out of five) in Australia. The network shares news content with Creator/{{CBS}} in UsefulNotes/TheUnitedStates and vice-versa, along with airing plenty of CBS entertainment programming. Thanks to poor ratings and revenue, Ten was bought out by CBS in 2017.
2017. With the re-merger of CBS and Creator/{{Viacom}} in 2019, it also makes them sister to the UK's Creator/ChannelFive.


Creator/TheCW (and its predecessor, Creator/TheWB) and producing a wide range of shows, especially reality TV, to appeal to young viewers. They have been successful, becoming the most popular network for the 16-29 demographic, but since 2012 they have also dropped from the third to the fourth most popular network (out of five) in Australia. The network shares news content with Creator/{{CBS}} in UsefulNotes/TheUnitedStates and vice-versa, along with airing plenty of CBS entertainment programming. Thanks to poor ratings and revenue, Ten was bought out by CBS in 2017.

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Since then, the network has been pulling a vast amount of its programming from Creator/TheCW (and its predecessor, Creator/TheWB) and producing a wide range of shows, especially reality TV, to appeal to young viewers. They have been successful, becoming the most popular network for the 16-29 demographic, but since 2012 they have also dropped from the third to the fourth most popular network (out of five) in Australia. The network shares news content with Creator/{{CBS}} in UsefulNotes/TheUnitedStates and vice-versa, along with airing plenty of CBS entertainment programming. Thanks to poor ratings and revenue, Ten was bought out by CBS in 2017.


Since then, the network has been pulling a vast amount of its programming from Creator/{{FOX}} (much like how Nine and Seven are linked with ABC and NBC, Ten briefly copied some of FOX's promo campaigns in the early 90s) and Creator/TheCW (and its predecessor, Creator/TheWB) and producing a wide range of shows, especially reality TV, to appeal to young viewers. They have been successful, becoming the most popular network for the 16-29 demographic, but since 2012 they have also dropped from the third to the fourth most popular network (out of five) in Australia. The network shares news content with Creator/{{CBS}} in UsefulNotes/TheUnitedStates and vice-versa, along with airing plenty of CBS entertainment programming. Thanks to poor ratings and revenue, Ten was bought out by CBS in 2017.

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Since then, the network has been pulling a vast amount of its programming from Creator/{{FOX}} (much like how Nine and Seven are linked with ABC and NBC, Ten briefly copied some of FOX's promo campaigns in the early 90s) and Creator/TheCW (and its predecessor, Creator/TheWB) and producing a wide range of shows, especially reality TV, to appeal to young viewers. They have been successful, becoming the most popular network for the 16-29 demographic, but since 2012 they have also dropped from the third to the fourth most popular network (out of five) in Australia. The network shares news content with Creator/{{CBS}} in UsefulNotes/TheUnitedStates and vice-versa, along with airing plenty of CBS entertainment programming. Thanks to poor ratings and revenue, Ten was bought out by CBS in 2017.


* '''10 Boss''', launched March 2009 as '''One''': originally a 24-hour sports channel, but was re-branded in April 2011 to be a general male-oriented channel like [=7mate=]. It has since dropped sports altogether. The channel was rebranded in October 2018 with to reflect its new focus on character-driven dramas.

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* '''10 Boss''', Bold''', launched March 2009 as '''One''': originally a 24-hour sports channel, but was re-branded in April 2011 to be a general male-oriented channel like [=7mate=]. It has since dropped sports altogether. The channel was rebranded as '''10 Boss''' in October 2018 with to reflect its new focus on character-driven dramas.dramas, but was forced to change its name to 10 Bold in December due to trademark issues.


* '''10 Boss''', launched March 2009: originally a 24-hour sports channel, but was re-branded in April 2011 to be a general male-oriented channel like [=7mate=]. It has since dropped sports altogether.
* '''10 Peach''', launched January 2011: strongly aimed towards the 16-29 demographic, so that parent channel Ten can compete for a broader audience.

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* '''10 Boss''', launched March 2009: 2009 as '''One''': originally a 24-hour sports channel, but was re-branded in April 2011 to be a general male-oriented channel like [=7mate=]. It has since dropped sports altogether.
altogether. The channel was rebranded in October 2018 with to reflect its new focus on character-driven dramas.
* '''10 Peach''', launched January 2011: 2011 as '''Eleven''', a joint venture with CBS: strongly aimed towards the 16-29 demographic, so that parent channel Ten can compete for a broader audience.
audience. The channel also rebranded in October 2018, with a focus on "feel-good"/"guilty pleasure" programmes ("peach" being in reference to something being good or enjoyable)


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Network Ten currently broadcasts three channels altogether, all of which have a certain ThemeNaming thing going on:

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Network Ten currently broadcasts three channels altogether, all of which have a certain ThemeNaming thing going on:altogether:



* '''One''', launched March 2009: originally a 24-hour sports channel, but was re-branded in April 2011 to be a general male-oriented channel like [=7mate=].
* '''Eleven''', launched January 2011: strongly aimed towards the 16-29 demographic, so that parent channel Ten can compete for a broader audience.

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* '''One''', '''10 Boss''', launched March 2009: originally a 24-hour sports channel, but was re-branded in April 2011 to be a general male-oriented channel like [=7mate=].
[=7mate=]. It has since dropped sports altogether.
* '''Eleven''', '''10 Peach''', launched January 2011: strongly aimed towards the 16-29 demographic, so that parent channel Ten can compete for a broader audience.


* '''Eleven''', launched January 2011: strongly aimed towards the 16-29 demographic, so that parent channel Ten can compete for a broader audience. One-third owned by the American network Creator/{{CBS}}.

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* '''Eleven''', launched January 2011: strongly aimed towards the 16-29 demographic, so that parent channel Ten can compete for a broader audience. One-third owned by the American network Creator/{{CBS}}.\n


* '''One''', launched March 2009: originally a 24-hour sports channel, but was re-branded in April 2011 to be a generic male-oriented channel like [=7mate=].

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* '''One''', launched March 2009: originally a 24-hour sports channel, but was re-branded in April 2011 to be a generic general male-oriented channel like [=7mate=].



Australian shows on the network have been largely successful, with comedies such as ''Skithouse'' and the occasional drama such as ''Series/TheSecretLifeOfUs'', but most of its output is reality TV ranging from the controversial Australian ''Series/BigBrother'' (involving "[[UnusualEuphemism turkey slapping]]") to the surprisingly-popular ''Series/MasterChefAustralia''. It has also been the home of the successful soap ''Series/{{Neighbours}}'', as well as an international tween fave, ''Series/H2OJustAddWater:'' In 2011 ''Neighbours'' was bumped over to their new digital channel Eleven to give that network a quick jumpstart.

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Australian shows on the network have been largely successful, with comedies such as ''Skithouse'' and the occasional drama such as ''Series/TheSecretLifeOfUs'', but most ''Series/TheSecretLifeOfUs''. Most of its their output is are reality TV shows, ranging from the controversial Australian ''Series/BigBrother'' (involving "[[UnusualEuphemism turkey slapping]]") to the surprisingly-popular ''Series/MasterChefAustralia''. It has also been the home of the successful soap ''Series/{{Neighbours}}'', as well as an international tween fave, ''Series/H2OJustAddWater:'' In 2011 ''Neighbours'' was bumped over to their new digital channel Eleven to give that network a quick jumpstart.


Since then, the network has been pulling a vast amount of its programming from Creator/{{FOX}} (much like how Nine and Seven are linked with ABC and NBC, Ten briefly copied some of FOX's promo campaigns in the early 90s) and Creator/TheCW (and its predecessor, Creator/TheWB) and producing a wide range of shows, especially reality TV, to appeal to young viewers. They have been successful, becoming the most popular network for the 16-29 demographic, but since 2012 they have also dropped from the third to the fourth most popular network (out of five) in Australia. The network shares news content with Creator/{{CBS}} in the UnitedStates and vice-versa, along with airing plenty of CBS entertainment programming. Thanks to poor ratings and revenue, Ten was bought out by CBS in 2017.

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Since then, the network has been pulling a vast amount of its programming from Creator/{{FOX}} (much like how Nine and Seven are linked with ABC and NBC, Ten briefly copied some of FOX's promo campaigns in the early 90s) and Creator/TheCW (and its predecessor, Creator/TheWB) and producing a wide range of shows, especially reality TV, to appeal to young viewers. They have been successful, becoming the most popular network for the 16-29 demographic, but since 2012 they have also dropped from the third to the fourth most popular network (out of five) in Australia. The network shares news content with Creator/{{CBS}} in the UnitedStates UsefulNotes/TheUnitedStates and vice-versa, along with airing plenty of CBS entertainment programming. Thanks to poor ratings and revenue, Ten was bought out by CBS in 2017.


Since then, the network has been pulling a vast amount of its programming from Creator/{{FOX}} (much like how Nine and Seven are linked with ABC and NBC, Ten briefly copied some of FOX's promo campaigns in the early 90s) and Creator/TheCW (and its predecessor, Creator/TheWB) and producing a wide range of shows, especially reality TV, to appeal to young viewers. They have been successful, becoming the most popular network for the 16-29 demographic, but since 2012 they have also dropped from the third to the fourth most popular network (out of five) in Australia. Ratings and revenue have gotten so bad that there has been talk of the network either going bankrupt or being bought out. The network shares news content with Creator/{{CBS}} in the UnitedStates and vice-versa, along with airing plenty of CBS entertainment programming.

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Since then, the network has been pulling a vast amount of its programming from Creator/{{FOX}} (much like how Nine and Seven are linked with ABC and NBC, Ten briefly copied some of FOX's promo campaigns in the early 90s) and Creator/TheCW (and its predecessor, Creator/TheWB) and producing a wide range of shows, especially reality TV, to appeal to young viewers. They have been successful, becoming the most popular network for the 16-29 demographic, but since 2012 they have also dropped from the third to the fourth most popular network (out of five) in Australia. Ratings and revenue have gotten so bad that there has been talk of the network either going bankrupt or being bought out. The network shares news content with Creator/{{CBS}} in the UnitedStates and vice-versa, along with airing plenty of CBS entertainment programming.
programming. Thanks to poor ratings and revenue, Ten was bought out by CBS in 2017.


In 2016, after it had a falling out with the Nine Network over streaming rights, the major regional channel chain WIN switched most of its stations to Ten in July 2016. Time will tell if this deal gives Ten an advantage.

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In 2016, after After it had a falling out with the Nine Network over streaming rights, the major regional channel chain WIN switched re-affiliated most of its stations to with Ten in July 2016. Time will tell if this deal gives Ten an advantage.

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In 2016, after it had a falling out with the Nine Network over streaming rights, the major regional channel chain WIN switched most of its stations to Ten in July 2016. Time will tell if this deal gives Ten an advantage.


Australian shows on the network have been largely successful, with comedies such as ''Skithouse'' and the occasional drama such as ''Series/TheSecretLifeOfUs'', but most of its output is reality TV ranging from the controversial Australian ''Series/BigBrother'' (involving "[[UnusualEuphemism turkey slapping]]") to the surprisingly-popular ''Master Chef Australia''. It has also been the home of the successful soap ''Series/{{Neighbours}}'', as well as an international tween fave, ''Series/H2OJustAddWater:'' In 2011 ''Neighbours'' was bumped over to their new digital channel Eleven to give that network a quick jumpstart.

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Australian shows on the network have been largely successful, with comedies such as ''Skithouse'' and the occasional drama such as ''Series/TheSecretLifeOfUs'', but most of its output is reality TV ranging from the controversial Australian ''Series/BigBrother'' (involving "[[UnusualEuphemism turkey slapping]]") to the surprisingly-popular ''Master Chef Australia''.''Series/MasterChefAustralia''. It has also been the home of the successful soap ''Series/{{Neighbours}}'', as well as an international tween fave, ''Series/H2OJustAddWater:'' In 2011 ''Neighbours'' was bumped over to their new digital channel Eleven to give that network a quick jumpstart.


Australian shows on the network have been largely successful, with comedies such as ''Skithouse'' and the occasional drama such as ''The Secret Life of Us'', but most of its output is reality TV ranging from the controversial Australian ''Series/BigBrother'' (involving "[[UnusualEuphemism turkey slapping]]") to the surprisingly-popular ''Master Chef Australia''. It has also been the home of the successful soap ''Series/{{Neighbours}}'', as well as an international tween fave, ''Series/H2OJustAddWater:'' In 2011 ''Neighbours'' was bumped over to their new digital channel Eleven to give that network a quick jumpstart.

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Australian shows on the network have been largely successful, with comedies such as ''Skithouse'' and the occasional drama such as ''The Secret Life of Us'', ''Series/TheSecretLifeOfUs'', but most of its output is reality TV ranging from the controversial Australian ''Series/BigBrother'' (involving "[[UnusualEuphemism turkey slapping]]") to the surprisingly-popular ''Master Chef Australia''. It has also been the home of the successful soap ''Series/{{Neighbours}}'', as well as an international tween fave, ''Series/H2OJustAddWater:'' In 2011 ''Neighbours'' was bumped over to their new digital channel Eleven to give that network a quick jumpstart.


Since then, the network has been pulling a vast amount of its programming from Creator/{{FOX}} and Creator/TheCW (and its predecessor, Creator/TheWB) and producing a wide range of shows, especially reality TV, to appeal to young viewers. They have been successful, becoming the most popular network for the 16-29 demographic, but since 2012 they have also dropped from the third to the fourth most popular network (out of five) in Australia. Ratings and revenue have gotten so bad that there has been talk of the network either going bankrupt or being bought out. The network shares news content with Creator/{{CBS}} in the UnitedStates and vice-versa, along with airing plenty of CBS entertainment programming.

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Since then, the network has been pulling a vast amount of its programming from Creator/{{FOX}} (much like how Nine and Seven are linked with ABC and NBC, Ten briefly copied some of FOX's promo campaigns in the early 90s) and Creator/TheCW (and its predecessor, Creator/TheWB) and producing a wide range of shows, especially reality TV, to appeal to young viewers. They have been successful, becoming the most popular network for the 16-29 demographic, but since 2012 they have also dropped from the third to the fourth most popular network (out of five) in Australia. Ratings and revenue have gotten so bad that there has been talk of the network either going bankrupt or being bought out. The network shares news content with Creator/{{CBS}} in the UnitedStates and vice-versa, along with airing plenty of CBS entertainment programming.

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