dr. Chris Brown’s first appearance on Channel Seven will be on the purple carpet at the Logie Awards 2023.
The former Channel 10 star, 44, returns to cinemas on July 30 as a guest host alongside a host of different knowledge.
The TV Week Logie Awards, broadcast on Channel Seven, will be held in Sydney for the first time in 37 years.
Comic Sam Pan will preside over the ceremony.
In addition, the Bondi Vet star has been confirmed to host a brand new program called Dream Home, a renovation sequence to rival Channel Nine’s The Block.
dr. Chris Brown’s first TV appearance in Seven will lead the Red Carpet at the 2023 Logie Awards
Brown may even create and shoot a brand new animal journey sequence for Seven.
“It’s really exciting to bring your animal world to life in an original, adventurous and breathtaking way,” Brown told Daily Mail Australia in a press release.
“I cannot foresee wildlife entering our recreation areas and the search for Australia’s most beautiful dream home in 2024.”
Both Dream Home and the self-titled animal journey sequence will go into production in 12 months.
Brown has signed a two-year deal with Seven worth more than $1 million per 12 months.
He will officially be part of the community in July following his commitments on I’m A Celebrity this 12 months, and is expected to bring “new projects” to the community.
Brown’s take on Seven is one of home.
The Bondi Vet star has also been confirmed to host a brand new program called Dream Home, a renovation sequence to rival Channel Nine’s The Block, and a brand new animal travel sequence for Seven could be created and shot.
The former Channel 10 star, 44, returns on July 30 as a guest host alongside a host of diverse knowledge. Pictured with I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! host Julie Morris
He began his TV career in 2003 as host of Harry’s Practice on Seven, a role that earned him a Logie nomination for Most Popular New Talent.
“I’m not entirely sure that my old access card will work, but once we get past that hurdle and I’m back from the jungle, I can’t wait to get started on some exciting projects in the second half of this season.” years and in the past with Seven,” Brown stated in an official statement made earlier this 12 months.
James Warburton, managing director and chief executive of Seven West Media, added: “We’re delighted to welcome Chris back to Seven. It’s been a long time coming.
“Chris is one of the most popular and recognized people on Australian television and brings warmth, intelligence and a great sense of humor to everything he does.
“We can’t wait to welcome him and announce the exciting new content he will be starring in.”
Brown has signed a two-year deal with Seven worth more than $1 million per 12 months. It was announced in February that this 12-month season of I’m A Celeb was its last