ABC is proud to showcase its 2023 programming slate. Next year, audiences will be treated to a line-up of unrivalled Australian content from across the country. Whoever you are or wherever you are, there’s something for you on ABC in 23.
ABC Managing Director David Anderson says “In 2023 the ABC will bring to our audiences everywhere more of the brilliant and compelling programs they love and rely on. No other network or streaming service features Australian stories and voices as much as the ABC, ABC iview and ABC News.
“I am also pleased to announce that ABC content will be accessible to even more Australians as we introduce audio description to ABC iview and continue to find even more ways to connect with audiences.”
ABC Acting Director of Entertainment and Specialist Jennifer Collins says “In 2023 we’re proud to offer audiences, of all ages, shows that are unique, thought provoking and entertaining. As the single largest commissioner of Australian content, working with the very best creatives, the ABC in 23 will continue to showcase a diverse range of Australian stories that will delight our audiences across all our platforms, free and accessible to all Australians.”
- Get ready to laugh with an exceptional slate of home-grown comedy, with comedians Matt Okine and Denise Scott teaming up to star in a reimagining of Australia’s beloved comedy Mother and Son; a pair of renegade sisters taking no prisoners and shaking up history as they search for newly-rich, dumb husbands in 1850s Victoria in Gold Diggers; and we head back to the offices of the Nation Building Authority with a brand new series of Utopia.
- Gripping drama House of Gods will take audiences behind the walls of an imam’s family and the community he leads. While crowd favourite, the multi-award-winning series The Newsreader returns.