Clubs at the ready! Channel Seven ‘leaks’ the 2021 premiere date for the mini golf reality show Holey Moley
Channel Seven’s launch date for Holey Moley has been leaked.
On Tuesday, TV Blackbox revealed the mini golf reality show is set to premiere during the week commencing Sunday, January 31.
However, the industry publication claims the network will most likely launch the series later in the week and not on the Sunday.
Coming soon! Channel Seven’s mini golf reality show Holey Moley is set to premiere on the week of January 31. Pictured are commentators Matt Shirvington and Rob Riggle
The later start in the week is so the program competes with Channel Nine’s coverage of the Australian Open, which is expected to start on February 8.
Holey Moley’s debut will follow Channel 10’s I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!, which is slated to begin on January 3.
The Amazing Race Australia will come next in 10’s schedule, airing in early February.
Big thrills! But TV Blackbox claims that insiders at the network are considering moving the actual premiere to a later day within that week, likely coincide with the updated the beginning of the Australian Open on Channel Nine, which is expected to be February 8
On the course: Holey Moley’s debut will follow Channel 10’s I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here!, which will begin on January 3
Channel Seven gave fans a glimpse of the mini golf-themed competitive reality show in the trailer released back in October.
Holey Moley will bring together ‘the most skilled’ mini golfers from across Australia for a series of challenging one-on-one battles.
Players will compete against each other while trying to outmaneuver a series of Wipeout-style challenges.
Ace players: Holey Moley will bring together ‘the most skilled’ mini golfers from across Australia for a series of challenging one-on-one battles and try to outmaneuver a series of Wipeout-style challenges
Stellar cast: Sonia Kruger will host the series, as golfing legend Greg Norman will serve as the Resident Golf Pro
Golfing legend Greg Norman will serve as the Resident Golf Pro, as American comedian Rob Riggle shares commentary duties with Seven sports anchor Matt Shirvington, while Sonia Kruger will host the series.
The winning team will receive a cash prize of $100,000, but will have to deal with the pressure of a live studio audience.
Holey Moley was created for U.S. TV by Australian producer Chris Culvenor, who is the man behind MasterChef, The Biggest Loser and So You Think You Can Dance.
Big prize: The winning team will receive a cash prize of $100,000, but will have to deal with the pressure of a live studio audience