Screening of daytime soap operas in Australia

Screening Of Daytime Soap Operas In Australia

Screening of daytime soap operas in Australia

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A number of American daytime soap operas have aired in Australia over the years.

In February 1974 the Nine Network ran NBC's Days of our Lives (in 55 minute installments) at 12.00 midday each week day, and General Hospital (in thirty minute episodes) at 2.30 pm.

 By December that year the Nine Network was screening Days of our Lives (now in thirty minute episodes) at 12.00 midday each week day, followed by The Young and the Restless (in twenty-five minute installments followed by a five-minute news service) at 12.30 pm. General Hospital now screened on Nine at 1.30 pm in thirty minute installments.

Currently, the Nine Network holds Days of our Lives, while Network Ten airs CBS's The Bold and the Beautiful and Foxtel's W. Channel screens The Bold and the Beautiful's "sister soap", The Young and the Restless, multiple times a day. In 2010, Seven Network affiliate 7Two began screening American Broadcasting Company's All My Children. In the past, Search for Tomorrow, Another World, Texas, One Life to Live, Santa Barbara and Passions have appeared on the major Australian networks, and cable television has showed other daytime soaps.

The Bold and the Beautiful

The Bold and the Beautiful is the most popular daytime soap in Australia. It aired on Network Ten originally at 1.00pm, and was then moved to 4:30pm where it stayed for many years until the Summer of 2008 when it was moved to primetime 6pm with a time-shifted airing...
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