TVNZ Highlights Week 27

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Drama: Sunday Theatre: In A Flash

Sunday 1st july, 8:30pm 

In a Flash tells the true story of the tragedy that occurred at Mangatepopo Gorge in April of 2008.

Six Elim College students and their teacher tragically lost their lives in a flash flood, a traumatic experience not only for the college and its students, but for all of New Zealand.

Funded by NZ On Air.

New Season: Code Black

Wednesday 4th July, 8:30pm 

Back for a third season, this heart-pounding medical drama takes place in an ER where the staggering influx of patients can outweigh the limited resources available to the extraordinary doctors and nurses whose job is to treat them all—creating a condition known as Code Black.

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Episodes 10-12: Heartbreak Island

Monday 2nd July, Tuesday 3rd July, Wednesday 4th July 

Things get serious on Heartbreak Island this week as the partner swapping comes to an end and the couples edge even closer to cementing their romantic relationships and taking home the top prize.

This week the duos are given a rare opportunity to get rid of the strongest couple. Will friendships cloud their judgements or will they embrace the chance to further their individual places in the game?

Season 2, episode 11: Survivor New Zealand

Sunday 1st July, 7pm 

Tonight on Survivor NZ, trust is an issue within the tribe and everyone is out to win immunity.

Some players are feeling confident while others are desperately trying to convince their tribe members that they haven’t broken any alliances.

But with Tribal Council coming up, who will lose the trust of their tribe and be sent home?

Movie: Movies on 2

Saturday 30th June - Sunday 1st July 

 

The Dark Knight Rises: Years after the Joker's reign, the Dark Knight must return to defend Gotham City against the enigmatic thief Catwoman and the ruthless Bane. Saturday 30th June, 7pm

Black Hawk Down: Based on the true story of elite US soldiers sent into Somalia in 1993 as part of a UN peacekeeping operation. Starring Ewan McGregor and Josh Hartnett. Saturday 30th June, 10pm

Clash Of The Titans: Perseus (Sam Worthington), mortal son of Zeus, battles the minions of the underworld to stop them from conquering the Earth and the heavens. Sunday 1st July, 8:30pm

New Series: Ellen's Game Of Games

Friday 6th July, 8pm 

Ellen’s Game of Games is an hour of supersized versions of the most popular and hilariously fun games from the daytime talk show, The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

Every episode will feature DeGeneres’ one-of-a-kind comedy and irrepressible personality, along with a unique roster of games, including “Blindfolded Musical Chairs,” “Dizzy Dash” and “Scary Go Round.”

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Movie: L.A. Story

Friday 6th July, 8:30pm 

With the help of a talking freeway billboard, a wacky weatherman tries to win the heart of an English newspaper reporter, who is struggling to make sense of the strange world of early 1990s Los Angeles.

Starring Steve Martin, Sarah Jessica Parker and Richard E. Grant

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New Series: 35 Serial Killers The World Wants To Forget

Stream from Monday 2nd July 

35 Serial Killers the World Wants to Forget is about those whose lives have been touched in some way by a serial killer.

This series investigates why the crimes happened and what effect this has had on those who may have only briefly known a murderer.

The Male Gayz

Stream from Sunday 1st July 

Join celebrated local comedians Chris Parker and Eli Matthewson as they explore a different aspect of queer Aotearoa each episode with fun, games, special guests and drunk Family friends.

This rainbow-flavoured chat show digs into the personal, the profound and the hilarious about what it means to be LBGTQIA+ in the modern world.

New Series: Girlfriends

Stream From Thursday 5th July 

For life-long friends Linda, Sue and Gail, the years have flown by, yet their lives seem more complicated than ever.

When Linda’s husband Micky vanishes from a cruise ship on their wedding anniversary Linda suddenly finds herself on her own for the first time in nearly 30 years.

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