Oh Look, Network 10's Had A Refresh!

Here's everything you need to know about our new look.

So you heard the news? Network 10 has had a bit of work done. But unlike the Botox we got that one time after a few too many cocktails, this is a makeover that's got us looking fresher than ever.

For the first time in almost three decades, Network 10 has a whole new look.

And it's not just a quick logo change, we've undergone some changes across the entire network.

Here's everything you need to know about the new-look 10.

Say hello to the bigger, brighter Network 10

Introducing the channel formerly known as ELEVEN, we'd love you to meet 10 Peach, the channel that's there for you after a long day at work, a short day in bed or whenever you need that dose of light and laughter.

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Alongside 10 Peach is our new look for ONE, now known as 10 Boss, the headquarters of attitude, packed to the brim with bold, self-confident characters. Serving you that "Olivia Benson" realness.

10 Boss is the home to all the strong character-led content like Judge Judy, Law & Order: SVU, NCIS, MacGyver as well as the Formula One, A-League and MotoGP.

Meanwhile 10 Peach will be the destination for the likes of Neighbours, This is Us, Supernatural, Charmed and The Flash to name a few.

Oh, but that's not all.

"We have changed things up and not only do we have sparkling new looks and brands for 10, 10 Boss and 10 Peach in 2019," Network 10's chief executive officer Paul Anderson said, "with the imminent launch of 10 All Access and other big initiatives, the time is right to connect the whole family of Network 10 platforms and channels."

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"Our aim here is simple: make our brands more distinctive, give them stronger cut-through in a hyper-competitive media sector, ensure greater consistency across our family of brands, strengthen our already deep engagement with audiences, and underline our entertainment credentials," Anderson said.

"If you cut out the jargon, what this means is that TV’s wild child has its voice back."

But WAIT, there's more!

Along with the streaming service, 10 All Access, backed by CBS, we'll also be launching a new podcast business with 10 Speaks!

Of course, you'll still be able to catch up on all your faves like Playing for Keeps and The Bachelorette Australia on 10 play.

Hell, even us here at 10 daily have had a slight touch-up -- check out our slick new logo -- and not only that but our News family, TEN Eyewitness News First at Five will save you a ton of time with their new name: 10 News First.

Sandra Sully told 10 daily just how excited she is for the fresh new revamp.

"Obviously I’ve been at Ten for a long time," she said at 10 Upfronts.

"We’ve always been a little bit cheeky, a little bit irreverent. The news has always been serious but with that cheeky upswing.

Sully added that 2018 is exactly the right time for the big re-brand.

"We’ve got cool new owners and we need to own who we are and what we’re about. I think it’s time to walk our walk and talk our talk -- loudly and proudly.

"It’s a really exciting time for us and I’m proud to be a part of it," she told 10 daily.

We've got plenty more exciting updates for the year ahead, and we can't wait to share even more.

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