List of international specialty programme premieres on Australian television in 2010

The following is a list of international specialty television programmes which have debuted, or are scheduled to debut on Australian television in 2010.

MiniseriesEdit

Program Channel Debut date
Comanche Moon   Comanche Moon showcase 2 January
The Diary of Anne Frank   The Diary of Anne Frank [1][2] UK.TV 6 January
Occupation   Occupation [3][4] UKTV 27 January and 3 February
Pacific, The   The Pacific [5][6][7][8] Seven Network 14 April
Little Devil   Little Devil [9] ABC1 4 April

TelemoviesEdit

Program Channel Debut date
Englishman in New York, An   An Englishman in New York ABC1 28 March
My Boy Jack   My Boy Jack [10] Seven Network unknown
Manson   /   Manson [11] SBS One unknown

SpecialsEdit

Program Channel Debut date
Vienna New Year's Concert   2010 Vienna New Year's Concert 2010 [12] SBS One 1 January
Edinburgh Military Tattoo   2009 Edinburgh Military Tattoo [13] ABC1 2 January
Rose Parade   120th Annual Rose Parade Seven Network 3 January
Golden Globe Awards   67th Golden Globe Awards [14] FOX8 18 January
  Hope for Haiti Now: A Global Benefit for Earthquake Relief [15][16] MTV, VH1, CNN, Network Ten (live)
National Geographic Channel, E!, Style Network (delayed)
23 January
Screen Actors Guild Awards   16th Screen Actors Guild Awards [17] showcase 24 January
Welcome to the Family   Welcome to the Family [18] LifeStyle You 27 January
Simpsons...Celebrity Friends   Simpsons...Celebrity Friends [19] Network Ten 31 January
Grammy Awards   52nd Grammy Awards [20][21] Arena 1 February
Simpsons...Access All Areas   Simpsons...Access All Areas [22] Network Ten 7 February
Simpsons...Mischief and Mayhem   Simpsons...Mischief and Mayhem [22] Network Ten 14 February
Doctor Who: The End of Time   "Doctor Who: The End of Time" [23] ABC1 14 and 21 February
Ultimate Fighting Championship   Ultimate Fighting Championship 110 [24] One 21 February
British Academy Film Awards   63rd British Academy Film Awards [25] Bio. 22 February
BRIT Awards   2010 BRIT Awards [26] Channel [V] 25 February
Making Michael Jackson: This Is It   Making Michael Jackson: This Is It [27] Nine Network 5 March
Academy Awards   82nd Academy Awards [28][29] Nine Network / Movie Extra 8 March
Project Runway: All Star Challenge   Project Runway: All Star Challenge [30] Arena 22 March
Kids' Choice Awards   2010 Kids' Choice Awards [31] Nickelodeon 28 March

DocumentariesEdit

Program Channel Debut date
Mighty Ships  Mighty Ships (HDMS Absalon) [32] Seven Network 3 January
Penguin Adventure with Nigel Marven  Penguin Adventure with Nigel Marven [33][34] ABC1 3 January
Chadar: The Ice Trail   Chadar: The Ice Trail [35] ABC1 5 January
RiP!: A Remix Manifesto   RiP!: A Remix Manifesto [36] SBS One 5 January
Badgers: Secrets of the Sett  Badgers: Secrets of the Sett [33][37] ABC1 10 January
Perfect Child Mummies  Perfect Child Mummies [38] ABC1 12 January
Superspy: The Man Who Betrayed the West  Superspy: The Man Who Betrayed the West [39] ABC1 12 January
Musical Brain, The   The Musical Brain [40] SBS One 12 January
Somali Pirates, The  The Somali Pirates[41] National Geographic Channel 17 January
Secrets of the Forbidden City  Secrets of the Forbidden City [33][42][43] ABC1 18 January
Flying the Secret Sky: The Story of the RAF Ferry Command  Flying the Secret Sky: The Story of the RAF Ferry Command [44] ABC1 19 January
Obama's America   Obama's America [45] SBS One 19 and 26 January
Inside the Great Magazines   Inside the Great Magazines [46] ABC1 21 January, 28 January and 4 February
Killer Whale Islands with Nigel Marven  Killer Whale Islands with Nigel Marven [33][47] ABC1 24 January
Lost Symbol: Truth or Fiction, TheThe Lost Symbol: Truth or Fiction[41] National Geographic Channel 24 January
Hindenburg Hindenburg [33][48] ABC1 25 January
Thriller In Manila   Thriller In Manila [11][49] SBS One 26 January
Secrets to Love Secrets to Love [50] ABC2 27 January
Great Wall of China, The  The Great Wall of China [33][51] ABC1 1 February
Marilyn, Last Sessions   Marilyn, Last Sessions [52] SBS One 2 February
Why Are Thin People Not Fat?   Why Are Thin People Not Fat? [53] SBS One 2 February
Snow Monkeys: Who's Hot and Who's Not  Snow Monkeys: Who's Hot and Who's Not [54] ABC1 7 February
Generation XXL   Generation XXL [55] SBS One 9 February
The Children's Ward   The Children's Ward [55] SBS One 9 February
Monty Python: Almost the Truth (The Lawyers Cut)   Monty Python: Almost the Truth (The Lawyers Cut) [56] ABC1 14 and 21 February
Frank Sinatra: A Reflection[citation needed] Bio. 21 February
Breaking the Mould: The Story of Penicillin   Breaking the Mould: The Story of Penicillin [57] ABC1 28 February
Alesha: Look But Don't Touch   Alesha: Look But Don't Touch [58] LifeStyle You 1 March
Ashes to Diamonds   Ashes to Diamonds [59] ABC2 3 March
Take a Seat   Take a Seat [60] ABC2 3 March
Sex: The Revolution   Sex: The Revolution [61] ABC2 3 March
Make Me White   Make Me White LifeStyle You 8 March
Super Skinny Me: The Race to Size Double Zero   Super Skinny Me: The Race to Size Double Zero [62][63][64] Seven Network 8 and 15 March
Titus: The Gorilla King   Titus: The Gorilla King [65][66] ABC1 21 March
A Boy Called Alex   A Boy Called Alex [67] ABC2 24 March
Jamelia: Whose Hair Is It Anyway?  Jamelia: Whose Hair Is It Anyway? LifeStyle You 25 March
Mountains of the Monsoon, The   The Mountains of the Monsoon [65][68] ABC1 28 March
Out of the Wreckage: Plane Crash Survivors   Out of the Wreckage: Plane Crash Survivors [69] Seven Network 29 March
Eye of the Leopard   Eye of the Leopard [69] Seven Network 30 March
My Monkey Baby   My Monkey Baby [70] LifeStyle You 6 April
Stress: Portrait of a Killer Stress: Portrait of a Killer [71] ABC1 8 April
Brace For Impact: Inside The Hudson Plane Crash   Brace For Impact: Inside The Hudson Plane Crash [72] Seven Network 14 April
Secrets of Shangri-La: Quest for Sacred Caves Secrets of Shangri-La: Quest for Sacred Caves [73] ABC1 15 April
Travels with a Tangerine   Travels with a Tangerine [74] ABC1 15, 22 and 29 April
Space Odyssey: Voyage to the Planets   Space Odyssey: Voyage to the Planets [75][76] ABC1 13 May
Theatreland   Theatreland [77] ABC2 10 October
Tiger Woods: The Rise and Fall   Tiger Woods: The Rise and Fall [78] SBS One 22 October
A Small Act   A Small Act ABC1 15 November [79]
Inside Nature's Giants   Inside Nature's Giants [11] SBS One unknown
Iran and the West   Iran and the West [11] SBS One unknown
Same Sex America Same Sex America [80] Bio. unknown
Infinite Space: The Architecture of John Latner Infinite Space: The Architecture of John Latner [81] ABC Television unknown

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