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March 8, 2019

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MVP is an Australian sports television series which aired on One HD in 2010. It was hosted the former NBL player Steve Carfino.

Big Fish is an Australian fishing show aired on One on 8 January 2012 hosted by Marc Vincent.

One Week at a Time was an Australian Football League analysis show on One at 9.30pm AEST on Monday nights throughout the AFL season. It looked at the latest news, drama and issues concerning the AFL. It featured a panel of host Stephen Quartermain and former players Robert Walls and Luke Darcy.

A special guest would sit on the panel for half the length of the show to be interviewed by and discuss prominent issues with the three presenters. The show also presented weekly nominees for the AFL's Mark of the Year and Goal of the Year awards.

In 2011, an NRL version of the same name premiered on One. However, in September 2011, David Knox of TV Tonight announced that this version of the show will be axed due to poor ratings. It was announced in early 2012 that due to Network Ten losing the rights to broadcasting the AFL from that season onwards One Week at a Time would be axed.

One Week at a Time was an National Rugby League analysis show aired on One on 14 March 2011 till 3 October 2011. In 2011, an NRL version of the same name premiered on One.

The Game Plan was an Australian sports television program focused on the Australian Football League, it premiered on One on 23 March 2011. The final episode aired on 14 June 2012 with similar AFL-dedicated program Before the Game moving into its former timeslot following its cancellation.

The Final Siren is an Australian Football League report show aired on One on 27 March 2011 until 8 May 2011.

World Football News was an Australian Soccer program, airing on One. It aired on Mondays at 10pm. It began airing on 8 February 2010. The one-hour panel-based show was hosted by Chris Bailey, while David Zdrillic and Ċ½eljko Kalac featured on the panel as regular analysts. Another regular, was current Socceroo Lucas Neill, who offered an insight into his club life at Galatasaray, as well as commenting on issues within the current Australian national team. John Kosmina, John Aloisi and others have joined the show as a 'guest third analyst' of the show.

The show showcased the A-League and international competitions such as the English Premier League. It also featured in-depth interviews with current and former players.

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The Poker Star

September 26, 2009

The Poker Star is an Australian reality game show broadcast on One from 26 September 2009. It is created and hosted by former World Series of Poker Champion Joe Hachem, who will also act as judge and mentor to the contestants. New Zealand poker champion Lee Nelson will also appear as a judge. The series is sponsored by PokerStars.

The show pits eleven amateur poker players against each other in a series of challenges that tests the principles of "Joe's Code", rules that Hachem believes are beneficial for success in life and for being a successful poker player. Players compete for $100,000 in cash and entry to four of the world's biggest poker tournaments, with Hachem continuing to join them as their personal mentor.

Over 18,000 people applied for the first series.

The 1st season saw 33 year old speech pathologist and mother of two Amanda become 'The Poker Star', beating out the other two members of the final three, Josh and Chris. Amanda stated during the final episode that the $100,000 prize money would go a long way to helping with the mortgage on the home she had recently purchased for herself and her two daughters.

Thursday Night Live was an Australian sports program that first aired on One on 2 April 2009. It aired on Thursdays at 7.30pm, and ram for 2 hours.

The show was hosted by Bill Woods, with regular panelists Nicole Livingstone, Cam McConville, Luke Darcy and Jeremy Smith appearing throughout the show. Mark Howard appeared on the show as the quiz host and announcer. Woods also crosses to Brad McEwan to see what is coming up on Sports Tonight.

The show was filmed in front of a live audience at the Ten Studios in Sydney.

The show will not return in 2011.


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