10 Peach is an Australian free-to-air digital television multichannel operated by Network 10. The channel launched on 11 January 2011 as Eleven. It is owned by ElevenCo, which was established as a joint venture between Ten Network Holdings and CBS Studios International; the latter would ultimately acquire Network Ten in 2017.
Prior to the launch of the channel, Ten Network Holdings, at the time an independent company, established a joint venture company named ElevenCo with international distributor CBS Studios International. Ten held a two-thirds equity stake in the venture, with CBS holding the remaining share. Under the arrangement, Eleven gained access to programming from CBS's back catalogue. Ten Network Holdings entered administration in 2017 and was subsequently acquired by CBS Corporation, ultimately giving CBS full ownership of Eleven.
On 31 October 2018, the channel rebranded as 10 Peach, as part of a larger rebranding of Network Ten. The new name is intended to provide a clearer scope for the channel's programming; Network 10's chief content officer Beverley McGarvey described "Peach" as feeling "relaxed" and "almost a guilty pleasure" to viewers, with programmes such as Neighbours, Supernatural, This Is Us, and Will & Grace, and continuing to skew towards younger demographics.
10 Peach offers catch-up and encore presentations from Channel 10. It features a mix of repeated old shows, new shows to Australian television, and shows that would make their debut on Australian free-to-air television.
Some of Ten's shows aimed at a younger demographic, most notably Neighbours, were moved to Eleven for the launch of the new channel. This was part of Ten's re-branding to target the older demographic. The decision to move Neighbours and other shows was to also make way for a new current affairs show in Ten's 6:00–7:00pm timeslot. In 2015 Neighbours was Eleven’s highest-rating program and the number-one regular Australian program on the digital multichannels, averaging 278,000 viewers.
On 27 February 2012, Toasted TV was moved from Ten to Eleven due to a number of changes to their morning line-up, which included the launch of Breakfast. In November 2013, more of Ten's shows including Totally Wild, Scope, Wurrawhy and Mako: Island of Secrets moved due to the launch of Wake Up and Studio 10. Other first-run Australian content on 10 Peach includes Couch Time, The Loop and Bondi Ink Tattoo. On March 11, 2015, Nickelodeon was currently moved from Eleven to 9Go! with Nickelodeon movies and television are usually premiering on Nine after 17 years aired on Network Ten in 1990s until 2017. Pokémon was currently moved from Eleven to 9Go! after 20 years aired on Network Ten in 1998 until 2018.
Feature classic television broadcast on 10 Peach are sourced from its studio-output deals, including Sony Pictures Television International, Warner Bros. International Television, CBS Television Studios, CBS Studios International, Viacom International Media Networks, Paramount Television, 20th Television, and Ocean Productions.
Other feature classic television broadcast which was share with each networks of 9Go!, 9Gem, and 10 Peach are sourced from its studio-output deals, including CBS Television Studios, CBS Studios International, Viacom International Media Networks, Paramount Television, Warner Bros. International Television and Sony Pictures Television International.
Other feature classic television broadcast which was share with each networks of 7flix, 7mate, and 10 Peach are sourced from its studio-output deals, including Warner Bros. International Television, Sony Pictures Television International, and 20th Television.
Feature classic films broadcast on 10 Peach are sourced from its studio-output deals, including Paramount Pictures, DreamWorks Pictures, Warner Bros. Pictures, DC Films, Roadshow Films, Columbia Pictures, Lionsgate, New Line Cinema, The Weinstein Company, Miramax Films, Touchstone Pictures and Screen Australia.
Other feature classic films broadcast which was share with each networks of 9Go!, 9Gem, and 10 Peach are sourced from its studio-output deals, including Paramount Pictures, DreamWorks Pictures, Warner Bros. Pictures, Warner Bros. Family Entertainment, Village Roadshow Pictures, DC Films, New Line Cinema, Columbia Pictures, Miramax Films, Screen Australia, Lionsgate, and The Weinstein Company.
Other feature classic films broadcast which was share with each networks of 7flix, 7mate, and 10 Peach are sourced from its studio-output deals, including Paramount Pictures, Warner Bros. Pictures, Warner Bros. Family Entertainment, DC Films, New Line Cinema, and Columbia Pictures.
- The Cleveland Show (Seasons 1–4 repeats)
- The Amazing Spiez!
- Baby Animals In Our World (2016–present)
- The Barefoot Bandits (2016–present)
- Blazing Team: Masters of Yo-Kwon-Do
- The Bureau of Magical Things (2018–present)
- Captain Tsubasa (2018)
- Cardfight!! Vanguard (2018 series)
- Cardfight!! Vanguard G (repeats)
- Cardfight!! Vanguard G: GIRS Crisis (repeats)
- Cardfight!! Vanguard G: NEXT (repeats)
- Cardfight!! Vanguard G: Stride Gate (repeats)
- Gamify (2019–present)
- Hanazuki: Full of Treasures
- Jar Dwellers SOS (2013–present)
- Kuu Kuu Harajuku (2015–present; shared with ABC ME)
- Lexi & Lottie: Trusty Twin Detectives (2016–present)
- Quimbo's Quest (2019–present)
- Random and Whacky (2017–present)
- Rekkit Rabbit
- Scope (2013–present)
- Sherazade: The Untold Stories (2017–present)
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987 series)
- Toasted TV (2012–present)
- Totally Spies! (Season 5–6, 2018–present)
- Totally Wild (2013–present)
- Transformers: Robots in Disguise (2015 series)
- Treasure Island
- Becker (repeats)
- The Brady Bunch (repeats)
- Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (2016–present)
- Everybody Loves Raymond (repeats)
- Family Ties (repeats)
- Frasier (repeats)
- Friends (repeats)
- The King of Queens (repeats)
- Rules of Engagement (Seasons 5–7 repeats)
- Seinfeld (repeats)
- Two and a Half Men (repeats)
- Will & Grace (repeats)
- Esports Gfinity Elite Series Australia
- Naked Beach
- Magnum P.I.
- The Neighbourhood
- 2 Broke Girls
- Mom (Season 1–4, also on Nine with new episodes only)
- London's Burning
- The Adventures of Chuck and Friends (repeats)
- B-Daman Crossfire (repeats)
- Bakugan (Season 3 repeats)
- Barbie: Life in the Dreamhouse (repeats)
- Beyblade (Now on 9Go!)
- Clue (repeats)
- Dex Hamilton: Alien Entomologist
- Dinosaur King (repeats)
- Drakers (repeats)
- The Elephant Princess (2014)
- Eon Kid
- The Fairly OddParents (repeats, Moved to ABC ME)
- Get Ace (2014–18)
- Geronimo Stilton (repeats)
- GGO Football
- GoGoRiki (repeats)
- Gormiti: The Lords of Nature Return
- Gormiti Nature Unleashed (repeats)
- H2O: Just Add Water (2013–14)
- Hero: 108 (Season 1 repeats)
- Hot Wheels Battle Force 5 (repeats)
- Huntik: Secrets & Seekers
- iCarly (repeats)
- Dinofroz (repeats)
- Julius Jr.
- Lalaloopsy (repeats)
- Lightning Point (2014)
- Mako: Island of Secrets (2013–18)
- Matt Hatter Chronicles (repeats)
- Me and My Monsters (2014)
- Monster High (repeats)
- My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic (Seasons 1-7 repeats, Moved to 9Go!)
- Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures
- Paradise Café (repeats)
- Pearlie (repeats)
- The Penguins of Madagascar (repeats, Moved to ABC ME)
- Pokémon (Seasons 12–14 repeats, Season 15–19, Moved to 9Go!)
- Pokémon: Black & White (repeats)
- Pokémon: Black & White: Rival Destinies (repeats)
- Pokémon: Black & White: Adventures in Unova (repeats)
- Pokémon: Black & White: Adventures in Unova and Beyond (repeats)
- Pokémon: Diamond and Pearl: Galactic Battles (repeats)
- Pokémon: Diamond and Pearl: Sinnoh League Victors (repeats)
- Pokémon: X & Y (repeats)
- Pokémon XY: Kalos Quest (repeats)
- Pokémon: XY & Z (repeats)
- Puppy in My Pocket: Adventures in Pocketville (repeats)
- Redakai: Conquer the Kairu (repeats)
- Sam Fox: Extreme Adventures (2014–18)
- Sanjay & Craig
- SheZow (repeats)
- Sidekick (repeats)
- Slugterra (Moved to ABC ME)
- SpongeBob SquarePants (2012–13, Moved to 9Go!)
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2012 series) (moved to ABC ME)
- Tickety Toc (repeats)
- Transformers Prime (repeats)
- Vic the Viking (2013–17)
- Victorious (repeats)
- Xiaolin Chronicles
- Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's (Seasons 1–2 repeats)
- Bob the Builder (repeats)
- Care Bears: Welcome to Care-a-Lot (repeats)
- Dinosaur Train (later aired on ABC Kids)
- Hi-5 House (2014–15)
- Littlest Pet Shop (2012)
- Pound Puppies (2010 series)
- Strawberry Shortcake's Berry Bitty Adventures
- Transformers: Rescue Bots (repeats, Now on 9Go!)
- Tree Fu Tom (later aired on ABC Kids)
- Wurrawhy (2013–16)
- 1600 Penn
- 600 Bottles of Wine (2018)
- Angel from Hell (repeats)
- Ben and Kate
- Caroline in the City (repeats)
- Cheers (repeats, Now on 10 Bold)
- Clueless (repeats)
- The Crazy Ones (repeats)
- Death Valley
- Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 (Seasons 1–2 repeats)
- Fresh Meat
- Fresh Off the Boat
- Friends with Better Lives
- Get Smart (Moved to 10 Bold)
- Glee (Seasons 4–6 repeats)
- The Goodwin Games
- The Great Indoors (repeats)
- The Grinder (repeats)
- Happy Days (repeats)
- Hogan's Heroes (Moved to 10 Bold)
- House of Lies (seasons 1-3)
- How I Met Your Mother (Moved to 7flix)
- Jane the Virgin
- Last Man Standing
- Laverne & Shirley (repeats)
- The Love Boat (repeats)
- Malcolm in the Middle (repeats)
- Micro Nation
- The Millers (Season 1 repeats)
- Mork & Mindy (repeats)
- Mr. & Mrs. Murder (repeats)
- New Girl (Seasons 1–2 repeats, Seasons 4–6, Now on SBS Viceland)
- The New Normal
- The Office (Now on ABC Comedy)
- Plonk! (repeats)
- Raising Hope (Seasons 3–4)
- Roseanne (Seasons 3–9)
- Sabrina, the Teenage Witch (repeats)
- Scream Queens
- Sex and the City (repeats)
- Stage Mums (2018)
- Sunny Skies
- Taxi (repeats)
- Webster (repeats)
- Wings (repeats)
- You're the Worst
- The 4400 (repeats)
- 90210 (Seasons 1–5 repeats)
- 7th Heaven (repeats)
- American Horror Story
- Angel (repeats)
- Being Human
- Beauty & the Beast (Season 1 repeats)
- Beverly Hills, 90210 (Seasons 1–6 repeats)
- Californication (Seasons 4–7)
- Dexter (Seasons 4–8)
- Diagnosis Murder (Moved to 10 Bold)
- The Division (repeats)
- Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman (repeats)
- Emily Owens, M.D. (repeats)
- Empire (Season 2)
- Eureka (Season 5 repeats)
- Extant (Season 2 repeats)
- Friday Night Lights
- The Gates (Season 1 repeats)
- The Good Wife (Seasons 1-7 repeats)
- In Plain Sight (repeats)
- Judging Amy (repeats)
- Life Unexpected (Season 2 repeats)
- MacGyver (Moved to 10 Bold)
- Melrose Place (repeats)
- Merlin (repeats)
- Nurse Jackie (Seasons 2–7)
- Reef Doctors
- Rush (repeats)
- Saving Grace (Moved to Ten)
- Smallville (Seasons 8–10)
- Sleepy Hollow
- Stargate Universe
- Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (Moved to 10 Bold)
- Star Trek: The Next Generation (Moved to 10 Bold)
- Star Trek: Voyager (Moved to 10 Bold)
- The Strain
- Torchwood (Seasons 2–4)
- Touched by an Angel (repeats)
- Witches of East End (Seasons 1–2)
- Wildlife Warriors (repeats)
- American Idol (Ten season 12 encore, Seasons 13–14, Moved to FOX8)
- America's Next Top Model
- Britain & Ireland's Next Top Model (Seasons 6–9 repeats)
- The Choice (repeats)
- Come Date with Me (repeats)
- Dancing on Ice
- Dating Naked
- The Face (repeats)
- Fashion Star
- Geordie Shore
- The Glee Project (repeats)
- King of the Nerds (Season 1)
- New Zealand's Next Top Model (Season 2 repeats)
- Snog Marry Avoid? (Moved to 9Life)
- So You Think You Can Dance US (Moved to FOX8)
- Tattoos After Dark (Season 1 repeats)
- Young Talent Time (2012 series, encores)
The channel is also available to regional Australia viewers through Southern Cross Austereo's owned-and-operated station SGS/SCN in regional South Australia, and WIN Television through its owned-and-operated stations VTV in Regional Victoria, WIN in Southern New South Wales/Australian Capital Territory, RTQ in Regional Queensland, STV in Mildura, TVT in Tasmania, NRN in Northern New South Wales, WOW in regional Western Australia, MGS/LRS in eastern South Australia, and AMN in Griffith and the MIA. Digital joint venture stations DTD in Darwin, and CDT in Remote Central & Eastern Australia also carry 10 Peach.
Logo and identity history
- 11 January 2011 – 31 October 2018: He11o
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