2019 lineup


A two-part documentary led by Newshub’s Patrick Gower explored the pros and cons of legalising marijuana for both medicinal and recreational use.


The mini drama showcased the phenomenal life of the boy from Tonga and New Zealand who took the rugby world by storm as he became the youngest ever All Black at the age of 19.


Hosted by Clarke will take you on a journey to stunning locations, introduce you to fascinating locals, and surround you with some of the world's most amazing ocean ecology.



Starring Kate Elliot, Ido Drent, Jeffrey Thomas and Pana Hema-Taylor (Westside), this German-New Zealand co-production is a gripping thriller combining crime, moral disintegration and three haunting cases.


Moving house is one of life’s most stressful moments and this series will see Kanoa follow Kiwis as they make major life changing decisions.


Three will be bringing you the remake of Magnum P.I., starring Jay Hernandez as an ex-Navy SEAL who returns home from Afghanistan and uses his military skills to become a private investigator in Hawaii.




The Block NZ: Firehouse: The Block NZ veterans Mark Richardson and Shelly Ferguson will return to host the highly anticipated eighth season of the reno juggernaut next year.

Married at First Sight NZ: It’s the show that New Zealand can’t get enough of! Married At First Sight New Zealand will return for a third season as 12 new Kiwis take part in the ultimate social experiment to find love.

Westside: We left the infamous Wests after Cheryl and Wolf’s chaotic wedding when Cheryl confirmed she would go ahead with her pregnancy. Be prepared for more drama in true Westie style.

The AM Show: Back in January so that you can stay informed on weekday mornings with Duncan Garner, Amanda Gillies and Mark Richardson.

Newshub: Bringing you the latest and breaking news from New Zealand and around the world, Newshub is your comprehensive source for local, world, sports, politics and entertainment coverage.

The Project: Jesse Mulligan, Kanoa Lloyd and Jeremy Corbett are back in 2019 for your daily dose of news delivered differently.

7 Days: The hit comedy show that delivers Three’s big Friday night ratings is back for its tenth season!! Jeremy, Dai, Paul kick start your weekends alongside a lineup of NZ’s biggest comedians.

Lost & Found: The tear-jerking local factual series returns to Three with host David Lomas.

Grand Designs New Zealand: The show will return with host Chris Moller and more fascinating Kiwi builds from across the country.

Gogglebox NZ: Gogglebox NZ will return with the spotlight on ordinary Kiwi households, as cameras capture their reactions to your favourite TV shows.


Australian Ninja Warrior: The toughest obstacle course in the world will return to NZ screens. The best and bravest athletes across the ditch will get the chance to claim the ultimate title of the first Australian Ninja Warrior.

Married at First Sight Australia: The Aussie version of the ground-breaking experiment will see a new group of 20 participants agree to marry a complete stranger as matched by a panel of experts.

The Graham Norton Show: Hot on the heels of the UK, Graham Norton presents a show featuring big celebrity names and plenty of laughs.

Grand Designs UK: New episodes will be coming to NZ screens as host Kevin McCloud follows intrepid individuals trying to design and build their dream home.

America’s Got Talent: America has got more talent coming in 2019 in an attempt to find the very best America has offer. The hit reality competition will return with legendary judge Simon Cowell.

Modern Family: Lauded for revitalising the television sitcom, the award-winning Modern Family offers an honest, and often-hilarious, perspective of family life.

Tin Star: Tim Roth returns as Police Chief Jim Worth and alter-ego Jack Devlin in this British-Canadian drama series.