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Which Aussie TV Show Is Actually The Longest Running?
Play School celebrated its 50th anniversary this year, but there is one other show that has lasted longer.
At 30 years old, 7.30 doesn't even make the top ten.
Neighbours has been on our screens for 31 years.
Today has been around for 34 years.
Although sadly not on air anymore, Here's Humphrey lasted for 44 years, from 1965-2008.
You nailed it! Starting in 1961 and still airing 55 years later, Four Corners is the oldest show on Aussie TV.
Although it was off air between 2003 and 2005, BtN is still one of the longest-running shows in Aussie TV history, with a total of 46 years to date.
Hey Hey was on air for 29 years total.
Mass For You At Home has been on air for 45 years.
Dateline has been on air for 32 years.
Mr Squiggle ended in 1999, but before that it was on Australian screens for 41 years, since 1959.
60 Minutes has been on air for 37 years.