Renewed: Great miracles

Renewed: Great miracles

Nine IVF series Great miraclesnarrated by Lisa McCune, it was renewed for a second season.

9Network Head of Production and Content Development Adrian Swift said, “We are very proud to announce the second season of Great miracles on the 9 network. This is a groundbreaking series that invites viewers to see, feel and be engrossed in the very raw and emotional journey into one of the most fundamental human experiences of all: trying to have a child. Our audience loved the first series and we can’t wait to work with Ronde Media for another season.”

Ronde Media founder Ben Davies said: “We are extremely proud to deliver such a heartfelt show. Also very grateful to the courageous couples who share their stories, along with the staff at Virtus Health who have opened the door to the world of IVF treatment.”

Screen Australia head of documentaries Alex West added: “The first season of Great miracles introduced viewers to the emotional and complex realities faced by so many Australians on their personal journey to start a family. We are proud to support the creative team, Nine and the brave participants as they share their fertility experiences with us. I have no doubt that Season 2 will continue to deeply engage and resonate with audiences across the country.

With one in six Australians suffering from infertility, this captivating and intimate series is about the ultimate quest to create a new life. Following couples and individuals as they share their journey of trying to get pregnant against overwhelming odds, through IVF and other fertility treatments.

We also witness the miraculous work of dedicated doctors, nurses and scientists striving to make people’s children’s dreams come true.

Premiering on 6 February on Channel 9 and 9Now, Big Miracles, the first season of the groundbreaking new series, drew an average Total TV audience of 707,000 viewers per episode.

All Big Miracles Season 1 episodes are available to stream for free on 9Now.

The second season of Big Miracles is produced by Ronde Media for 9Network with significant production investment from Nine in association with Screen Australia. Funded with support from Screen NSW.