MasterChefs, Masked Singers And More: All The New Shows Coming To 10 In 2020 You'll Want To Binge

2020 is going to be an absolutely huge year of television on 10 -- with all your favourites returning in an even bigger and better way than before.

We're not even done with 2019 and there's already a huge stack of shows to pop in your calendar, with everything from dancing to drama to delicious food.

The fun begins bright and early in the new year with Julia Morris and Dr Chris Brown returning to the jungle for 'I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here' along with a fresh batch of celebs just itching to sleep under the stars, avoid snake bites and share their juiciest stories.

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Sticking with the jungle theme, February will be bringing us the first-ever 'Australian Survivor All-Stars' series with Jonathan LaPaglia welcoming back fan favourites including Mat Rogers, David Genat and Flick Eggington.

If you're craving a little glamour after watching grubby castaways and celebs enduring life without showers or access to a laundry, then 'Dancing With The Stars' will sashay onto your screens with sequins, heels and outrageous props right on time.

After last year's hugely successful season that saw Sam Johnson take out the top prize for his Love Your Sister Foundation, Amanda Keller and Grant Denyer will be quick-stepping their way back into our hearts with an all-new cast of dancefloor rookies.

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You didn't think we'd forgotten about the holy Bachelor trinity, did you? 'The Bachelor, 'The Bachelorette' and 'Bachelor In Paradise' will all be returning, with Osher Günsberg and his trademark rose ceremony whisper making sure 2020 has plenty of ~love~ in the air for us all.

Love and plenty of comfort food, with the news that 'MasterChef' is returning for its 12th season with three new judges: food writer and broadcaster Melissa Leong, chef Jock Zonfrillo and former 'MasterChef' winner and chef Andy Allen.

The fresh-faced judges will be joined by some familiar ones from the last decade or so of the series because it's 'MasterChef: Back To Win', baby! Former contestants will return for another chance to win the title and we've already started dream casting.

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The entertainment keeps rolling on with 'The Masked Singer' returning for another year plus 'The Amazing Race' for more international adventures.

And we'll have all your fave dramas including 'Five Bedrooms', 'Playing For Keeps', 'How To Stay Married' and a brand new show to look forward to called 'The Secrets She Keeps'.

In the world of news and sport, 2020 will be bringing you 'The Project', '10 News First', 'Studio 10' plus major events like the Melbourne Cup Carnival, Formula 1 2020 Australian Grand Prix, and the Bledisloe Cup.

Whew, there's so much to look forward to!

There will be belly laughs aplenty with 'Have You Been Paying Attention?', 'Gogglebox', 'Hughesy, We Have A Problem' and 'Kinne Tonight', plus newcomer 'Drunk History'.

And plenty of factual entertainment from a line-up that includes the warm and fuzziness of 'The Living Room', the drama of 'Bondi Rescue', 'Todd Sampson's Body Hack', Trial By Kyle', 'Ambulance Australia' and 'One Born Every Minute'. 

Network 10 Chief Content Officer, Beverley McGarvey, said: “This year we’ve successfully added new, multi-platform content that will grow in the years to come, including 'The Masked Singer Australia', 'Dancing With The Stars' and 'Five Bedrooms'".

“Those three new hits have joined a stable of proven performers including 'MasterChef Australia', 'Have You Been Paying Attention?', 'Gogglebox', 'The Bachelor Australia', 'Australian Survivor', 'The Project', '10 News First', 'The Bachelorette Australia', 'I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!', the 'Melbourne Cup Carnival' and many more.

“In 2020, our content will be everywhere -- across all platforms -- creating a playground that will ensure our shows connect with Australians like never before and get all of Australia talking.”

We can't wait!

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