Summer is the time for kicking back and relaxing. We’ve spent all year watching all the new releases but now it's time to hang up the drama boots and have a little sweetness this summer.
On 10Play you can revisit some of our favourite easy-to-watch shows. You don’t need to start something serious this summer, rewatch your favourites and chill out. This is all about the easy life this summer.
With a mammoth 858 episodes spanning all 13 seasons, MasterChef has been a family and crowd favourite since our first winner Julie Godwin. Switch on, feet up, switch off from the world. Feel inspired with what to put on the table tonight, but get to know the people who warmed our hearts as well as our stomachs.
One of the original reality TV shows, Laguna Beach was the story of rich kids from Orange County. Released at the peak of the success of TV show The OC, this was framed as the real-life OC. We all tuned in from our Australian suburbs to see how Americans really lived. It launched careers, and stayed with us.
Want to know what happened to the kids of Laguna Beach after they graduated high school? Don’t worry, we’ve got your back. They went onto The Hills. Moving to Los Angeles, the gang started music, fashion, and PR careers but it was the drama in between that we really cared about.
From the original US series through to our local one and even South Africa, there’s enough episodes of Survivor to outwit, outlast and outplay the whole summer through.
Bachelor in Paradise
Think The Bachelor is wild? You haven’t seen anything until you’ve seen Bachelor in Paradise. It’s a partner-swapping chaotic ride from the first episode. The only thing that’s similar to The Bachelor is the same people and sometimes some roses, the rest is absolute carnage and we love every single second of it.
The Secret Life of Us
Airing for the first time over 20 years ago, The Secret Life of Us is a quintessential Australian show. Introducing us to Deborah Mailman and many other now-familiar faces, the show will pull you in, play music from your past, and fill the nostalgia we’re all searching for.