Nova’s Sam Pang and Triple M’s Mick Molloy retain Channel 7 gigs
Nova Melbourne Breakfast co-host Sam Pang will be back on TV next year as part of Channel 7’s AFL show The Front Bar.
Mick Molloy, from Triple M’s syndicated Drive show, Kennedy & Molloy will also be back.
The announcement was made today as part of Seven Network’s Upfronts presentation where it reveals its programming slate and advertiser offerings for the year ahead.
Pang also appears on Channel 10 as a panellist on Have You Been Paying Attention? which will also return next year with the Hit Network’s Ed Kavalee also on board again in 2021.
Kavalee’s Drive co-host Dave ‘Hughesy’ Hughes will also return to Hughesy, We Have a Problem.
Amanda Keller also held onto her Channel 10 gig on The Living Room, however Dancing With The Stars, which she co-hosted with former 2DayFM Breakfast host Grant Denyer, has been cancelled.
KIIS FM’s Kyle Sandilands also won’t return to Channel 10 next year, with Radio Today revealing Trial By Kyle has not been commissioned for 2021.
Seven’s primary content announcements today centred on the return of SAS Australia, which this year featured radio personality Merrick Watts, as well as the return of Australia’s Got Talent, and The Voice, which was previously on Channel 9.
Seven was coy on the judging panels for both Australia’s Got Talent and The Voice.