Who Do You Think You Are? Australia 2023 (Season 14)

If you’ve been hanging out for the new season of Who Do You Think Your Are?, the Australian version, you don’t have too much longer to wait, as Season 14 starts on Tuesday, 2nd May.

This popular series is back with a stellar new line-up of well-known Australian personalities who embark on a deeply personal journey to explore their family history, discovering tales of love, tragedy and perseverance along the way.

So just who features in WDYTYA Australia 2023? Here’s the list …

Barry Humphries – an Australian comedian, actor, author and satirist
Jenny Brockie – Australian journalist and documentary-maker
Derryn Hinch – media personality, politician, actor, journalist and author
Rhonda Burchmore – Australian entertainer
Stephen Page – Australian choreographer, film director and former dancer
Peter Helliar – Australian comedian, actor, television, radio presenter, writer, producer and director
Kerry Armstrong – Australian actress and author
John Waters – Australian film, theatre and television actor, singer, guitarist, songwriter and musician

Bernadine Lim, SBS Commissioning Editor for Documentaries said:

“We are completely thrilled the new season of Who Do You Think You Are? will return to SBS from May 2, and with such a brilliant line-up of guests. Prepare to be delighted by Barry Humphries’ quest to prove he’s the most interesting person in his family, captivated by Jenny Brockie’s deeply emotional journey as she searches for the familial connections she has yearned for all her life, and moved as Derryn Hinch finally uncovers the long-suppressed identity of his mother’s father. And that’s just the first three episodes! With this new season Who Do You Think You Are? continues to fascinate, amuse and enthral Australian audiences, resonating with our universal desire to discover our origins, in all their diversity.”

Here’s a sneak peek for you …

So remember to note the date, Tuesday, 2 May, 7.30pm, SBS is when it starts, and if you want to check out episodes from past seasons in the meantime, just head to SBS OnDemand, and you can watch them from there.