TVNZ Highlights: 14-20 July
Dive beneath the headlines, this week with TVNZ.
Sunday 15 July, 8.30pm on TVNZ 2
The 1989 story of the teenage dominatrix and the cricket umpire's body floating below the Huka Falls.
The event catapulted the names Renee Chignell and Peter Plumley Walker into the national consciousness.
Nearly 30 years later, this showcase docu-drama dives beneath the sensational headlines to unravel the truth about the case that rocked New Zealand.
Sunday 15 and Monday 16 July
Catch live action of the finals from the grass courts as this year's tournament concludes.
Garbine Muguruza hopes to retain her 2017 title in the Ladies' Singles Final on Sunday morning.
And who will take out the Mens' title with defending champion Roger Federer already knocked out?
My F***ing Tourettes Family
Tuesday 17 July, 9.30pm on TVNZ 2
In this compelling documentary, we follow a family who knows the highs and lows of being different from the norm.
Hayley and Rich Davies-Monk have two young sons, both of whom have Tourettes Syndrome.
Watch as the family take the first brave steps, and come out to the world.
New season starts Thursday 19 July, 8.30pm on TVNZ 2
In the brand new season, psychic detectives are again challenged to provide new leads, in some of Australasia's most baffling unsolved murders.
Meanwhile, they bring new hope to grieving families who are still waiting for answers.
Renowned psychic Deb Webber is joined this year by newcomers, Kerry-Marie Callander and Carin Anderson.
Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
Sunday 15 July, 7pm on DUKE
The one film that started them all...
When the future of civilisation rests in the fate of One Ring, a young Hobbit named Frodo Baggins is given the daunting task of destroying it.
Directed by Peter Jackson.
The Hateful Eight
Saturday 14 July, 10.30pm on TVNZ 2
A bounty hunter and his captive find shelter from a storm in a deserted cabin.
But the cabin is already inhabited by a collection of wicked characters...
Starring Samuel L. Jackson. Directed by Quentin Tarantino.
Starts Monday 16 July, 9.30pm on TVNZ 2
A spin-off of Grey's Anatomy, this series follows a group of heroic firefighters at Seattle's Station 19.
Working 24-hour shifts, the Station 19 firefighters are a tight-knit crew - passionate, competitive and fearless.
They risk their hearts and their lives, in the line of duty and when they're off the clock.
Attitude: In Pot Pursuit
Sunday 15 July, 11am on TVNZ 1
In Pot Pursuit is a two-part documentary exploring the legislation of medicinal marijuana.
Meet three individuals, with three different medical reasons for using the drug.
In a system loaded with barriers, they take us on a journey revealing how difficult it is to obtain the plant in New Zealand.
Returns Monday 16 July, 7.30pm on TVNZ 2
Travel Guides returns for another season, with some of your favourite guides, and some fresh faces to explore new places.
Fasten your seatbelt and prepare for take-off, as these very different groups of Aussies become travel critics.
In each episode, they'll all go on the same holiday, sampling the food, accommodation, and taking in the local sights.
Space Docos OnDemand
Thursday 19 July, 12pm on TVNZ OnDemand
Celebrate all things space, as we unveil some of the greatest mysteries of the universe.
Is there life beyond Earth? Could we live on Mars? These documentaries are out of this world.
Returns Thursday 19 July, 8pm on TVNZ 2
Follow a group of hard-working and dedicated Police Officers, in their battle to reduce drink and drug driving rates across Australia.
Witness the drama and frustration they face every day, confronting drivers who get behind the wheel while under the influence.
Will they be under the limit, or under arrest?
Tales of the City
Sunday 15 July, 12pm on TVNZ OnDemand
Tales of the City follows a cast of characters in search of love, across the whole spectrum of sexual experiences.
Based on the groundbreaking novel by Armistead Maupin.
This landmark series first aired in 1993, and stars a young Laura Linney, Olympia Dukakis and Parker Posey.