Holey Moley starts Feb 1

Get set to have a ball!


Epic mini golf series Holey Moley tees off 7.30pm Monday, 1 February  

The Seven Network today announced extreme mini golf series Holey Moley will premiere 7.30pm Monday, 1 February.

A smash hit on America’s ABC Network, Seven’s epic new family entertainment show is on course for a hole in one, with some of the country’s top golfing talent stepping onto the astroturf to take on the diabolical Holey Moley obstacles.

Golfers battling it out for glory on the championship course include: Montana Strauss (23), Australia’s number one female golfer four years running; James Carr (35), aka “The Dancing Cowboy”, who played Tiger Woods in the Australian Masters; Colette Norton (45), Australia’s #1 women’s mini golf player; pro golfer and amateur golfing champion, Becky Kay (21); and Henry Epstein (42), Guinness World Record holder for ball control.

In the first round of each episode, eight players compete in a series of head-to-head matchups. Only the four winners go through to the second round to battle it out.

Those who are victorious head straight to the final hole. The remaining two compete in the Distractor Duel for the last spot in the final three-way battle.

The ultimate winner of each episode takes home the prestigious plaid jacket, the golden putter and books a spot in the Grand Final, where they will compete for the chance to win $100,000 on the daunting last hole, the Tomb of Nefer-Tee-Tee. 

It all comes down to one putt! Who will tame the wildest beast of all – the Holey Moley course? 

Holey Moley premieres 7.30pm Monday, 1 February on Channel 7. Catch up on 7plus.

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2021 on 7

All stars hit the dancefloor


Dancing With The Stars: All Stars spins onto Seven in 2021

The Seven Network recently announced it has commissioned a new “all stars” event version of Dancing With The Stars from Warner Bros International TV Production Australia and BBC Studios.

In a world first, the global sensation will be refreshed, reimagined and reborn as a unique television event – Dancing With The Stars: All Stars.

The special event will run on Channel 7 and 7plus in 2021 and feature some of the most popular, talented and entertaining stars from the iconic show over the years. Fan favourites will return to the dancefloor – along with flashbacks to their former hits and misses – and expect a few wildcards to shake things up.

The hosts, judges and contestants of the spectacular Dancing With The Stars: All Stars will be announced soon.

Dancing With The Stars is one of the most successful television formats in the world. It was a massive hit for us across 15 seasons and we are delighted to welcome it home.

This will be no ordinary Dancing With The Stars. It will be new, fast and highly engaging three-week event – and the perfect addition to our 2021 line-up.

Next year’s special season will bring back some of the big names and personalities from seasons past in a brand new format, plus several other surprises that we will reveal shortly.

In 2020, we launched three new tentpole shows – Big Brother, Farmer Wants A Wife and SAS Australia – that were hits across all screens. All three will be back in 2021, along with our latest sensation, Holey Moley, a reimagined The Voice and Ultimate Tag. We are very excited to add Dancing With The Stars: All Stars to that list.

Angus Ross, Seven’s Network Programming Director

We are incredibly excited to relaunch Dancing With The Stars on Seven in 2021. This blockbuster event will be must-watch television for all Dancing With The Stars fans featuring their favourite celebrities, a host of surprises, unbelievable performances along with all the usual tears and laughter the ballroom has to offer.

We are thrilled to continue our successful partnership with BBC Studios and the Seven Network.

Michael Brooks, Warner Bros. Managing Director

Dancing With The Stars is an iconic format that just keeps getting bigger and better. This new All Stars version will ensure that it cha-chas back onto Seven in spectacular style. We can’t wait to see the audience reaction to their favourite dancers battling it out for the ultimate mirror ball trophy.

Kylie Washington, BBC Studios ANZ Director of Production

Dancing With The Stars: All Stars is produced by Warner Bros International Television Production Australia and BBC Studios, from a format created by the BBC and distributed by BBC Studios.

Dancing With The Stars: All Stars
Coming to Channel 7 and 7plus in 2021


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