Channel 10 will still look the same, besides the whole US kingpin CBS taking full reign next year.
The network continues to bring popular reality TV favourites MasterChef, The Bachelor, The Bachelorette, I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! and Australian Survivor - all returning in 2018.
"CBS is a global entertainment giant, a mass media company that is the most-watched television network in the US, with one of the world's largest libraries of entertainment content," Network Ten Chief Executive Officer Paul Anderson said.
New shows already announced include Russell Coight's All Aussie Adventures, Bachelor in Paradise and Hughsey.
Other new shows coming to the network next year include Blind Date, Street Smart, Playing for Keeps, How to Stay Married, The Secret Life of Four Year Olds documentary, and American dramas SEAL Team, Instinct and 9JKL.
The Biggest Loser will not return. Possibly Offspring too.
Primetime favourites Family Feud, Australian Survivor, Have You Been Paying Attention, Gogglebox Australia, The Living Room, Shark Tank, Bondi Rescue and long-running soap Neighbours have all been renewed.