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Word is that filming has now been delayed and won’t start filming until the end of this year making it 2015 before it is on our TV screens again.

Wayne's secret addiction to watching anything “Zombie” related and re-runs of British Sci-Fi and Comedy shows is no match for Tom's lifelong obsession with Kylie Minogue – he’s even got a Kylie tattoo, which she signed and tweeted a picture of.

The boys and their dog, Satie, share the lounge together every night, always with a drink in hand.based on the UK smash hit, and is a weekly observational series which captures the reactions of ordinary Australians as they watch the news, discuss politics, scream for their beloved sporting teams, and, argue in front of the box, my fave part.

have been happily married for nearly 50 years now and reckon they know each other inside out.

They opened their own art gallery and dealership 30 years ago and the business is still going strong.

The show is bound to create some new, favourite faces and certain the households will become popular in their own right as we get to know them better each week.

There really is nothing else like it on television and we are delighted to partner with Ten for this terrific new addition to our lineup for 2015.”Network Ten Chief Programming Officer, Beverley Mc Garvey, said: "We all watch television, we all love talking about television and this format allows us to be a fly on the wall in other people’s homes as they do just that.The doors to the Jackson home are always open and their lounge room is often full of family and friends, especially when there’s a Tigers game on.– dad Stuart, mum Janet, son Michael and his wife Elena, and youngest son Roger – are all avid TV fans, often settling in front of the box to catch up; indulge in some of dad’s love trivia and the boys love of all-things live in Melbourne’s outer-northern suburbs with their two adult children.When the two draw breath from talking about the latest celebrity gossip or yelling at the television in multiple languages, they are ready to relax in front of the box with a Scotch or Baileys, chips ‘n’ dips, chocolate and ice cream.– Matt, Kate, and their two daughters, Holly and Millie.Foxtel Executive Director of Television, Brian Walsh, said: “Gogglebox is a game changer for Australian television.

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