As Australia’s top-rated television network, Channel 7 is doing rather well for itself. The network has continuously surpassed all other major channels in the nation since 2007, the first to do it in a single rating season by winning all 40 weeks. In this post we will acknowledge the series available on 7plus.
Best Series to Watch on 7plus in December 2022
A 2020 American action thriller Unhinged is directed by Derrick Borte and written by Carl Ellsworth. It relates the tale of a young lady who, after an incident involving road rage, is terrified by a stranger who appears to be mentally ill. Russell Crowe, Jimmi Simpson, and Austin P. McKenzie appear in the movie.
Adam Nussdorf developed the American fantasy drama science fiction television program Beyond, which debuted on Freeform on January 1, 2017. Burkely Duffield, Michael McGrady, and Romy Rosemont are the series’ main actors. The show received a 10-episode second season renewal from Freeform on January 10, 2017, and it debuted on January 18, 2018, and concluded on March 22, 2018. Freeform announced on March 29, 2018, that the show had been canceled after two seasons.
3. After Earth
The 2013 American post-apocalyptic action movie After Earth was directed by M. Night Shyamalan and co-written by Gary Whitta, based on a novel by Will Smith. After The Pursuit of Happyness, this is the second movie starring Will and Jaden Smith, who are father and son. Will Smith produced the movie through his firm Overbrook Entertainment, while Columbia Pictures handled the distribution.
- J. Abrams and Matt Reeves conceived the American drama television series Felicity, which Touchstone Television & Imagine Television made for The WB. From September 29, 1998, through May 22, 2002, the show aired for four seasons, each correlating to the usual American university years of first-year students, sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Through Imagine Entertainment, Ron Howard and Brian Grazer served as executive producers.
5. Brothers & Sisters
The Walker family and its lives in Pasadena and Los Angeles are the focus of the American family drama tv show Brothers & Sisters. It was shown on ABC for five seasons between September 24, 2006, and May 8, 2011. It was televised on Sunday nights after Desperate Housewives for its run.
Adam Sandler played the protagonist character in the 2015 science fiction comedic fantasy film Pixels, which was produced by Allen Covert, Mark Radcliffe, and Chris Columbus. Kevin James, Josh Gad, and Brian Cox appear in the movie. The movie was adapted from Patrick Jean’s 2010 short of the same name, and Tim Herlihy and Timothy Dowling wrote it from a narrative by Herlihy.
Avery Duff, Gabriel Casseus, Peter Allen, and John Luessenhop collaborated on the story and script for the 2010 American heist action thriller Takers. Among the ensemble performers are Matt Dillon, Hayden Christensen, and Zoe Saldana. The movie was made available on August 27, 2010.
8. Dirty Sexy Money
Craig Wright is the creator of the American prime-time drama tv show Dirty Sexy Money. From September 26, 2007, through August 8, 2009, it aired on ABC. ABC Studios and Berlanti Television collaborated to develop the show. Along with Greg Berlanti, Bryan Singer, and Josh Reims, Wright participated as an executive producer on Melissa Berman’s production. Lawyer and family guy Nick George, played by Peter Krause, is the focus of the television show.
Andrew Semans penned the screenplay and directed Resurrection, an American psychological thriller released in 2022. The film features Rebecca Hall, Grace Kaufman, and Tim Roth in starring roles. Margaret (Hall) struggles to keep her life under control when her abusive ex-boyfriend (Roth) reappears in her life. Albany, New York, was the location for filming.
10. American Idol
Australian Idol, a member of the Idol family, sprang from Simon Fuller’s Pop Idol, a reality show developed in the United Kingdom. The inaugural season of the Australian singing competition Australian Idol began in July 2003 and ran until November 2009. All seven seasons of Australian Idol were broadcast on Network 10; from 2005 – 2007, it was also heard on the Southern Cross Austereo Radio Network.