Toasted TV

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Toasted TV
Genre Children's television
Presented by List of Presenters
Theme music composerPeter Christie
Opening themeAndrew Moss and Michael Brown
Ending themeAndrew Moss and Michael Brown
Country of origin Australia
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons15
No. of episodes4,891
Production locations TVQ-10 (2012–2020)
Dreamworld (2011–2012)
Village Roadshow Theme Parks (2010–2011)
Sea World (2007–2010)
Warner Bros. Movie World (2005–2007)
Running time60–210 minutes
Original release
Network Network 10 (2005–2012)
10 Peach (2012–2020)
Release22 August 2005 (2005-08-22) 
18 September 2020 (2020-09-18)

Toasted TV was an Australian children's television program which aired on Network 10 and later 10 Peach from 22 August 2005 to 18 September 2020.


Toasted TV replaced similar children's program Cheez TV in the same timeslot. The series originally aired on Network 10 until 25 February 2012, when it moved to 10 Peach (then known as Eleven). It was originally presented by Pip Russell and Dan Sweetman; the final hosts were Ollie McCormack and Lia Walsh.

On 13 July 2020, Network 10 announced that Toasted TV has been axed and that the show would end production in August; the final episode aired on 18 September 2020. [1]


 Original  Replacement  Final 

NameFirst ShowLast Show
Pip Russell 22 August 200511 July 2008
Dan Sweetman 22 August 200526 August 2008
Kellyn Morris14 July 200819 July 2013
Palmer Marchese27 August 200823 February 2009
Sean Kennedy24 February 200923 April 2009
Seamus Evans23 April 200919 July 2013
Ollie McCormack19 July 201318 September 2020
Jono Symons [2] 19 July 201328 October 2016
Elly Bailey30 October 201627 July 2019
Lia Walsh18 August 201918 September 2020


The show targeted an audience of 7- to 14-year-olds.[ citation needed ] The activities of the hosts are interspersed with cartoons and anime, such as Pokémon , Avatar: The Last Airbender , Beyblade: Metal Fusion , SpongeBob SquarePants , Yu-Gi-Oh! GX (Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters GX), The Penguins of Madagascar , and Bakugan .

Premiering on 22 August 2005, it succeeded Cheez TV , and is produced in conjunction with Village Roadshow Theme Parks, the owner of Warner Bros. Movie World, Sea World and Wet'n'Wild Water World. On 13 July 2011 to show changed to filming at Dreamworld. As of 2 July 2012, the show is shot in a studio.

Regular segments on Toasted TV included:

Former segments on Toasted TV included:


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The block's original logo.
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The block's second logo.


The following is a complete list of cartoons which have premiered on Toasted TV or aired new episodes on Toasted TV. Shows listed according to the era of their premiere.

Network Ten (2005–2012)


Movies and specials

Eleven (2012–2018) / 10 Peach (2018–2020)


Movies and specials

See also

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