Spicks and Specks is an Australian comedy TV show created by Paul Clarke and is produced by Australian Broadcasting Corporation. The show stars Adam Hills, Alan Brough, Myf Warhurst. Spicks and Specks first aired on ABC on February 9, 2005. The series currently has a 8.1 out of 10 IMDb rating, based on 775 user votes.
ABC did not officially renew Spicks and Specks for season 9 yet. The release date for Spicks and Specks season 9 has not been scheduled.
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When does Spicks and Specks return for season 9?
Current show status: ABC has yet to officially renew Spicks and Specks for season 9. There is no release date scheduled for the new season. This does not mean the series has been canceled. If you want to get notified of the show’s premiere, please sign up for updates below.
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What time does Spicks and Specks come on?
Spicks and Specks airs Monday 6:30 AM EST on ABC.
Spicks and Specks season 9 status and viewing details
|Start Time:||6:30 AM EST|
|Episode Runtime:||Approx. 25 minutes|
Spicks and Specks is TV-PG rated, which means it contains material that parents may find unsuitable for younger children. Many parents may want to watch it with their younger children. The theme itself may call for parental guidance and/or the program may contain one or more of the following: some suggestive dialogue, infrequent coarse language, some sexual situations, or moderate violence.
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