A new installment of Underbelly set in 1920s Sydney and a comedy show starring Ed Kavalee are two of the top picks in Channel Nine's 2011 line-up.
The station announced its programs for next year today, confirming another season of Farmer Wants a Wife and three Underbelly movies.
It will be an Underbelly heavy year, with series Underbelly Razor to tell the story of the bitter crime battle waged between Sydney vice queens Tilly Devine and Kate Leigh.
Billed as the "most ambitious, daring Underbelly yet", it will be joined by three Underbelly movies - Tell Them Lucifer Was Here, Infiltration and The Man Who Got Away.
Offering comedic relief will be Kavalee and Tony martin with The Joy of Sets, which will "take you to parts of the television universe you never expected".
Ben Elton Live From Planet Earth is a live comedy show Channel Nine says will be coming direct from Melbourne each week, whatever that means...
And keeping the laughs coming is a new series of the John Clarke/Ross Stevenson mockumentary The Games - London Calling starring Gina Riley and Clarkey.
What we're most excited about is $#*! My Dad Says, based on a hilarious Twitter feed featuring awesomely stupid stuff a guy's dad says. The Twitter feed is gold, so hopefully this show will be too.
Jamie Durie gets a new show called Top Design next year, while Rescue Special Ops will be back for season three and Sea Patrol for season five.
All of the regular hits are there, including Two and a Half Men, Getaway, Top Gear UK and The Big Bang Theory.
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