What's on 2013 telly
FREE-to-air TV is chock a block in 2013.
The Voice: The runaway hit of 2012 returns, with Ricky Martin replacing Keith Urban on the coaching panel.
The Block All Stars: Four teams from four previous series strap on their tool belts once again to renovate four Bondi properties.
Power Games: The Packer-Murdoch Story: This follow-up to the acclaimed Howzat mini-series tells the story of the clash between the Packer family and Rupert Murdoch.
Underbelly: Squizzy: The latest instalment in the crime franchise tells the epic story of Squizzy Taylor's relentless quest for power between 1915 and 1927.
The Celebrity Apprentice : First it was Deni Hines, then it was Tania Zaetta. Who will be the villain in the third series of this show?
The Great Australian Bake-Off: Shane Jacobson and MasterChef Junior's Anna Gare host this quest to find "Australia's best baker".
Australia's Got Talent: Nine will revamp the talent show after this year's series fizzled on Seven.
Big Brother: The revamped reality show returns with host Sonia Kruger.
Arrow: In this action-packed US import, a billionaire returns home with a mysterious agenda after being marooned for five years.
Return to Eden: Thirty years after the original series aired, Nine will air a six-part remake.
Schapelle: The telemovie goes beyond the headlines to tell the story of convicted drug smuggler Schapelle Corby.
Parade's End: Sherlock's Benedict Cumberbatch stars in this mini-series adaptation of the literary masterpiece.
My Kitchen Rules: The teams are more controversial than ever in this fourth series of Seven's hit cooking competition hosted by Pete Evans and dreamy Manu Feildel.
Downton Abbey: The British period drama returns for a third series with a wedding on the cards for Mary and Matthew.
Revenge: The Hamptons-set thriller is back with Emily Thorn (really Amanda) facing new foes.
A Place To Call Home: This big-budget period drama is being heralded as Australia's answer to Downton Abbey.
Red Widow: Aussie Radha Mitchell stars in this US drama about a Mob wife who has to protect her family after her husband's death.
Never Tear Us Apart: The Untold Story of INXS: Shine Australia will produce this two-part mini-series about the seminal rock band.
House Rules: Better Homes and Gardens' Johanna Griggs hosts this house-swap show, Seven's awaited entry into the reno genre dominated, so far, by Nine.
The X Factor: Casting has begun for the 2013 series a week after this year's winner Samantha Jade released her debut album.
Celebrity Splash: It's like Dancing With The Stars, but celebs trade dancing gear for togs and the dance floor for a high-dive platform.
The Mole - Culture Clash: The reality spy show will be revived, with rivals trying to figure out who is sabotaging weekly challenges.
Zero Hour: ER star Anthony Edwards returns to series TV as Hank Galliston, the publisher of paranormal enthusiast mag, in this drama.
Last Resort: Aussie Daniel Lissing stars in this US series about the crew of a nuclear submarine who are branded fugitives after questioning orders.
Mr Selfridge: Jeremy Piven stars in this seductive period drama set in glamorous London.
MasterChef: The Professionals: Renowned British chef Marco Pierre White puts 18 professional chefs through their paces with the help of co-host Matt Preston. This show and the regular MasterChef have moved to Melbourne.
Recipe to Riches: Everyday Aussies present their best recipes in the hope of scoring a Woolworths distribution deal.
The Biggest Loser: The Next Generation: The weight-loss reality series turns to families in desperate need of a lifestyle change.
Reef Doctors: Lisa McCune plays a marine biologist at the heart of a remote island community on the Great Barrier Reef.
Mr and Mrs Murder: Shaun Micallef and Kat Stewart star in this medical crime comedy.
Wonderland: This new romantic comedic drama comes from Packed to the Rafters producer and Winners & Losers writer Jo Porter.
Batavia: Screentime brings Peter FitzSimons' bestselling book to life in an eight-part series.
The Truth Is: Journalism meets Bear Grylls in this new current affairs show hosted by award-winning reporter Hamish Macdonald.
Secret & Lies: The Track: BAFTA and Emmy Award-winning company Hoodlum produces this psychological thriller about a young boy who becomes a murder suspect.
Elementary: This US reimaging of Sherlock Holmes is set in New York City and stars Jonny Lee Miller as Holmes and Lucy Liu as Watson.
Ripper Street: Matthew Macfadyen stars in this BBC mini-series recounting the terrifying story of Jack the Ripper.
The Americans: Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys star as Russian spies living in the US during the 1980s.
Offspring: Asher Keddie and the rest of the cast of this superb Aussie drama will return for at least two more series.
Spicks and Specks: Australia's favourite musical quiz show is back with a major overhaul.
Paper Giants: Magazine Wars: The highly-anticipated sequel to The Birth of Cleo will tell the story of the golden years of the glossies.
Chris Lilley: ABC will air the new project from the comedic genius behind Summer Heights High and Angry Boys.
Upper Middle Bogan: This new comedy comes from the creators of The Librarians, Robyn Butler and Wayne Hope.
Tractor Monkeys: Merrick Watts and Monty Dimond star in a comedy game show.
Whitlam: The Power and the Passion: A documentary portrait of the former prime minister. Gough Whitlam.