TVNZ Highlights Week 47 2017


The Ultimate Relationship Test

After capturing audiences across the ditch, the Seven Year Switch makes its way to TVNZ 2. Join four new couples on the brink of separation, as they participate in an experimental marriage with a total stranger in order to find out if the grass really is greener on the other side.

And, with only three teams left in the competition, things reach boiling point on My Kitchen Rules New Zealand as we head into the final round – it’s the biggest and most important occasion the teams will ever cook for.

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Special: The Truth About Stress


Stress has been described as “the health epidemic of the 21st century,” by The World Health Organisation.

In this special, find out why we have increased amounts of stress in our daily lives - and if we can learn how to use it to our advantage.

Judges Houses: The X Factor UK


They’re going global! The singing competition reaches its next exciting stage as the remaining acts jet off to international destinations for a taste of luxury at the Judges' Houses.

They'll perform at overseas locations including Southern France, South Africa, San Francisco and Istanbul!

Then, there's the added pressure to impress superstar guest judges, with singer Cheryl Tweedy, rapper Stomzy, singer Mika and Jack and Kelly Osbourne weighing in on the big decisions.

Who will make it through to the live shows?

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New Season: Seven Year Switch


The totally unpredictable and life-changing social experiment returns to 2, three nights a week!

Seven Year Switch promises to shock when four new couples on the brink of separation participate in an experimental marriage with a total stranger.

Will they recommit to their partners, or will they part ways for good?

My Kitchen Rules New Zealand

MONDAY 20 NOVEMBER 7:30PM        

With only three teams left in the competition, things reach boiling point as they battle it out for a place in the Grand Final.

Wellington hairdressers Teal and Sophie sat proudly at the top of the leader board at the end of the Instant Restaurant round, earning a fast track through to this final cook off.

But will they make it to the Grand Final?

Shortland Street


This week, Boyd and Drew’s camping trip takes an eerie turn when they encounter a desperate escape by a young teenagers, which soon turns life-threatening. Boyd and Drew are forced to put all their medical skills to the test but the question remains – who are they running from?

Elsewhere, a mysterious new arrival, Luke (Tammy Davis, Outrageous Fortune) reveals a surprising connection to a beloved member of Shortland Street.

Movies: Movies on TVNZ 2


Wonderful World of Disney - The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian: The Pevensie siblings return to Narnia, to ward off an evil king and restore the rightful heir to the land's throne, Prince Caspian. 18th November, 7pm.

Saturday Blockbuster: The Lucky One: Based on the Nicholas Sparks novel, a Marine (Zac Efron) travels to Louisiana and searches for the unknown woman he believes was his good luck charm during the war. 18th November, 9.35pm

Sunday Premiere Movie: Gridiron Gang: A counselor (Dwayne Johnson) helps young inmates at a juvenile detention centre to gain self-esteem by playing football together. 19th November, 8.30pm

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Big Game
In this action adventure film, a young teenager camping in the woods helps rescue the President of the United States when Air Force One is shot down near his campsite. Starring, Samuel L. Jackson. Monday 20th November, 9.25pm.

The International
In this crime drama, an Interpol agent attempts to expose a high-profile financial institution's role in an international arms dealing ring. Starring Clive Owen and Naomi Watts. Friday 24th November, 8.30pm.

Sport: Sport on DUKE


Bundesliga: Live on Saturday at 8:20am, Stuttgart host Dortmund from the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Stuttgart.

WRC: Live coverage on Saturday of Kiwi, Haydon Paddon competing in Super Stage 13 at 3pm which is followed on Sunday with Super Stage 19 at 11am and then Super Stage 21 at 3pm which concludes the final rally of the season.

NBA: Saturday live at 4pm the Sacramento Kings host the Portland Trailblazers from Golden 1 Center in downtown Sacramento.

NFL: A huge week of Live NFL staring on Monday with Cleveland hosting Jacksonville at 7am, followed by Oakland playing New England at 10:25 and then Dallas host Philadelphia at 2:30pm. Friday sees another three matches with Detroit up against Minnesota at 6:30am, then at 10:30 Dallas host the LA Chargers and finally Washington play the New York Giants at 2:30pm.

New Series: Doomsday: 10 Ways The World Will End


We live in a dangerous universe...

Many people believe that doomsday will eventually come, ending humans' reign on Earth.

This series looks at possible apocalyptic incidents so cataclysmic that if they happened today, they could extinguish the human race.

The imagined scenarios include a killer asteroid, black hole, mega eruption, alien invasion, rogue planet collision, and nuclear war.

As the events play out, backed by true science, we investigate how mankind could prepare for the impending doom.

Would you survive?

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TVNZ OnDemand launches on Apple TV

TVNZ OnDemand has now launched on Apple TV, giving users access to TVNZ OnDemand and live streaming of all TVNZ channels.

The new app gives viewers choice and control over how they can watch TVNZ content. Along with a straightforward interface, the specialised app features voice search integration.

The free app is compatible with 4th generation versions of Apple TV and is in the App Store now.

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