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Wellington Paranormal
TVNZ,

2018

| Comedy, Horror/Supernatural | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.4/5

Wellington Paranormal follows What We Do in the Shadows' police unit members Mike Minogue and Karen O'Leary, as they hunt out ghosts, werewolves and demonic possessions.


The Cul de Sac
TVNZ,

2016

| Drama, Sci-Fi
Rating: 4.5/5

Sci-fi thriller in which a group of teenagers wake to a world where the adults have mysteriously disappeared and all technology has ceased to function.


The Bad Seed
TVNZ,

2018

| Drama, Crime | ► Trailer
Rating: 4/5

The Bad Seed tells the story of two brother's from the same dysfunctional family who have raised themselves up from the desperate days of their early childhood, only to have their newly ordered lives begin to fall apart when one becomes a suspect in a murder.


Fresh Eggs
TVNZ,

2019

| Comedy, Drama, Crime
Rating: 4/5

This deliciously twisted six-part drama follows a couple's quest for "the good life" that goes wickedly awry.


Filthy Rich (2016)
TVNZ,

2016

| Drama
Rating: 4.3/5

The show centres on three illegitimate children who discover they each have a claim to the fortune of one of New Zealand's wealthiest men - John Truebridge. When he dies, these unwanted, unexpected heirs stand to share in his legacy - but not if his legitimate family has anything to do with it! Miriama Smith (Siege, Legend of the Seeker) leads an incredible cast, playing Brady - the ambitious, younger second wife of John Snr. She thought she'd inherit it all - or at least share in the spoils of a legacy with her step-son, John Jnr - played by Josh McKenzie (Shortland Street , Power Rangers). But secrets are revealed, alliances forged and suddenly there are three cuckoos in the nest - with no intention of leaving soon. Alex Tarrant (When We Go To War , 800 Words) plays athletic Joe, who is shocked to find he's from somewhere else entirely and his whole life has been a lie. Newcomers Taylor Hall and Emma Fenton play easy-going but secretive Vader and wily, beautiful Savannah respectively. Elizabeth Hawthorne (Outrageous Fortune) plays John Snr's eccentric sister Nancy, Jodie Rimmer (In My Father's Den) plays Lorna, the mother of Savannah, Mike Edward (Spartacus) as Fisher and Erroll Shand (Underbelly) as strip club owner Karl. Featuring a stellar line-up of Kiwi actors as supporting cast members, the 20 episode series also includes: Theresa Healey, Emily Robins, Jared Turner and Bonnie Soper and rising stars Shushila Takao, Luciane Buchanan, Xana Tang and Siobhan Page. Filled with scandal, intrigue and backstabbing, Filthy Rich is sure to keep Kiwi audiences thrilled to the end, wondering who will ultimately win - and rise to the top of the Truebridge Empire. Let the games begin!


Step Dave

Meet Dave, a 24-year-old Kiwi slacker whose life is turned upside down when he meets the woman of his dreams, Cara - 15 years his senior with three kids and some serious baggage in tow.


Sensing Murder
TVNZ,

2006

| Drama, Documentary
Rating: 4/5

Presented by Rebecca Gibney, the 90-minute episodes follow the team of gifted psychics - Australian Deb Webber and Kiwi's Kelvin Cruickshank and Sue Nicholson - as they attempt to uncover new leads in more of New Zealand's most intriguing unsolved cases. Each case puts two psychics to the test to see what they can uncover with a team of private investigators analysing their findings. The program recreates the victims' last known living moments in a dramatic and stylised production. The reconstruction is based on forensic information, extensive research with case experts and family, along with interviews from police who were involved in the investigation. With no prior knowledge about the crime, the psychics reveal astounding new information about the victim, case and perpetrator - groundbreaking information that has the potential to break these cases wide open.


Dear Murderer
TVNZ,

2017

| Drama

A drama about the life and times of larger than life barrister, Michael Bungay. Spanning several decades chronicling good, evil, rights, wrongs, strengths and flaws, all centred around one of NZ's most infamous characters.


Border Patrol
TVNZ,

2002

| Reality

The all favourite Border Patrol follows staff at the New Zealand Customs Service and Ministry for Primary Industries as they work the frontline checking for drugs and illegal goods and monitoring the border for potentially harmful diseases that could cripple New Zealand's economy overnight.


The Great Kiwi Bake Off

From biscuits to bread, pies to pavlovas, 12 amateur Kiwi bakers have their skills put to the test. Will they rise to the challenge?


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