Aussie Rules team could have its own TV show this year
Queensland, Australia’s largest province, is planning to launch a series of local sports shows in 2019, which could be a precursor to a television show in the future.
Key points:The first two shows will be hosted by the ABC and have been announced as ‘Cricket Show Australia’ and ‘Catch-Up Australia’The show is expected to be launched on the ABC’s TV network in early 2020The ABC has announced it will be providing live coverage of the first two cricket shows, which will be broadcast on its ABC2 television network.ABC sports commentator Darren Crocker has been working with Queensland’s ABC2 on the shows.
“We’ve got a bit of a bit in mind for cricket, we’ve been working on a cricket show for a while now, and the idea of doing it on television, whether it’s cricket or any other sport, is an interesting idea,” he told ABC Radio Melbourne.
“I don’t know if we’re going to do it this year, but we’re certainly looking at the possibility and I know we’re looking at it.”
It’s certainly something that we’re very interested in, it’s just a matter of timing.
“The ABC and the Queensland Government are obviously very keen on cricket and the game, and we’re just looking at what the best way forward is.”‘
Cricketing Show Australia’: Aussie team could be on TVThe first of the two shows to be announced is Cricket Show Australia.
It is expected on the same ABC2 network as the ABC TV show and will be live broadcast on Sunday, September 1, 2019.
The show will be produced by Chris Taylor, who has been involved in a number of cricket shows in Australia.
The ABC will be producing the show, which is expected in the same way as the series of cricket show The Catch-Up.
The Australian cricket team, which won a record seven Ashes series, will be on the show.
“A lot of people are already watching it, but they may not know it’s a cricket program,” Mr Taylor said.
“They’ll probably be watching a cricket game, but it’s not necessarily going to be cricket, it will probably be some other sport.”‘
It’s very exciting’Mr Taylor said the show would be more focused on the game and a younger audience.
“If you’ve got the best players, you’ll see that the way you play cricket is the same, and that the rules are the same,” he said.
The program will be filmed in Queensland and will have a production value of around $100,000.
“You can’t do that in the States, you can’t make it on the weekend and put a game on,” he added.
“That’s just too expensive, and it’s very, very exciting to do that.”
The ABC had previously said the first of its cricket shows was being filmed in 2018, but the Queensland government has not confirmed the date.
“Our first cricket show is being filmed and filmed and we have an idea of when we’ll have the first cricket episode,” ABC managing director David Mitchell said in August.
“Hopefully that will be in 2019 or 2020.”