A panel of Australian personalities taking a new modern and slightly funny look at the news
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Carrie Bickmore Carrie Bickmore ...  Herself / ... 549 episodes, 2009-2018
Charlie Pickering ...  Himself / ... 504 episodes, 2009-2013
Dave Hughes Dave Hughes ...  Himself / ... 426 episodes, 2009-2013
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A panel of Australian personalities taking a new modern and slightly funny look at the news

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News delivered differently

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Australia

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English

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20 July 2009 (Australia) See more »

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The main reason the show was created was because the bulk of the cast had lost their job on Rove (1999) when Rove McManus himself decided to retire. The 7PM Project (2009) was a sort of spin off of the ever successful Rove show. See more »

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A horror display of supposed Australians
3 March 2017 | by stevenstuart-85198See all my reviews

I have only had the absolute displeasure of seeing only parts of this horror twice. Aleed Waly is a massive disgrace to everything that Australians stand for, as single people and as a nation. The patronizing moronic Waly speaks nothing but trash and makes moth of the show 80% worse than it is. The producers may think that he is good for the show by having his unorthodox opinions broadcast, but it is the opposite. Thousands and thousands of people refuse to watch it due to the fact Waly is even on it. The show would get a lot more viewers if it had a decent person on it... Better yet, get rid of the show completely and put something family friendly on. Too much TV is full of news, wars, sex and rubbish these days. No wonder the new generation are growing up as thugs. It is channel 9, channel 7, Channel 10's fault...


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