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Roving Enterprises Pty Ltd[1] is an Australian television production company, owned by television presenter, producer and comedian Rove McManus and his business partner Craig Campbell and managed by General Manager Kevin Whyte.[2] The company is responsible for producing many shows and events, particularly for Network Ten.


     Programs with a shaded background indicate the program is still in production.

Title Network Years Format Duration
Rove Nine Network
Network Ten
Variety show 11 seasons, 354 episodes
Silverchair: Beyond the Diorama Network Ten 2002 Music documentary 1 interview special
ARIA Music Awards Network Ten 2002-2008 Music awards 8 annual awards ceremonies
Skithouse Network Ten 2003-2004 Sketch comedy 2 seasons, 19 episodes
Before the Game Network Ten 2003-2013 AFL talk show 11 seasons, 303 episodes
TEN: Seriously 40 Network Ten 2005 Nostalgia special 1 special
Real Stories Network Ten 2006 Comedy 1 season, 8 episodes
Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader? Network Ten 2007-2009 Game show 3 seasons, 34 episodes
Hamish & Andy's American Caravan of Courage Network Ten 2008 Comedy special 1 special
Hamish & Andy: Re-Gifted Network Ten 2008-2009 Comedy specials 2 annual specials
The Project Network Ten 2009-present News panel show 9 seasons, 2400+ episodes
Rove LA FOX8 2011-2012 Talk show 2 seasons, 23 episodes
Saturday Night Rove Network Ten 2019 Variety show 2 episodes, 1 pilot


In October 2004, one of Roving Enterprises production offices in Abbotsford, a Melbourne suburb, was destroyed by a large fire that caused up to $2 million damage and required 16 fire engines and over 50 firefighters to extinguish it. The offices were used for production, graphics editing and wardrobe/props and among the many things lost, the fire destroyed pieces that were to be used for the 2004 ARIA Music Awards ceremony. The company also lost its costume department, valuable editing equipment, computers and irreplaceable video tapes and digital footage.[3][4]


  1. ^ ASIC Company name search
  2. ^ Hornery, Andrew (22 March 2014). "Charlie Pickering's exit from The Project over blow up just a beat up". The Age. Fairfax Media. Retrieved 22 March 2014.
  3. ^ "Show must go on, says Rove after blaze". Sydney Morning Herald. Fairfax Media. 7 October 2004. Retrieved 22 March 2014.
  4. ^ Wells, Rachel (7 October 2004). "Rove stunned by office blaze". The Age. Fairfax Media. Retrieved 22 March 2014.

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