Bite Club Australia
Bite Club Australia is Australian Drama TV series. It debuted on Aug 15, 2018, on Nine Network. The series has 6.3 * rating by IMDb. Bite Club Australia is filmed in Australia.
How Many Seasons Are There Of Bite Club Australia: 1 (8 episodes)
Season premieres on August 15, 2018
Finale: October 3, 2018
Nine Network, 8 episodes
Bite Club Australia is on Nine Network (Australia) Wednesdays at 8 pm
S1E8 () - Air Date: Oct 03, 2018 (3 months ago)
Bite Club star Ash Ricardo's dad really was bitten by a shark | News Local - Daily Telegraph - via Dailytelegraph
Producer Sue Seeary, said: “We are delighted to be filming in locations throughout the northern beaches, showcasing to audiences both domestically and internationally just how beautiful the area is.
Critics' Choice: Modus, Schitt's Creek, Bite Club, Over Australia - The Sydney Morning Herald - via Smh
Pia Miller: On being a diva, Home and Away and new show Bite Club - Herald Sun - via Heraldsun
Bite Club should be quality Australian drama, but instead it's mere bait - The Sydney Morning Herald - via Smh
Bite Club: Dominic Monaghan, Pia Miller, Todd Lasance, Deb Mailman make a killer cast - The Advertiser - via Adelaidenow
Bite Club offers support to shark attack victims and families - ABC Local - via Abc
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The Bite Club: Shark attack survivors' unseen scars - Aljazeera.com - via Aljazeera
Bite Club star Todd Lasance: I'm devastated by Jessica Falkholt's death - Who - via Who
Bite Club is proof that shooting for TV 'so bad it's good' can backfire - The Guardian - via Theguardian
'Bite Club' and 'Love Island' are among Nine's new shows for 2018 - Inside Film - via If
Among other returning series, ESA will make a second season of Australian Ninja Warrior, based on the long-running Japanese action gameshow, with 300 contestants competing on Mount Midoriyama for $200,000. Season 1 was the most watched non-sports program this year, averaging 2.5 million viewers per episode.