Deep Water: The Real Story
Saturday 15 September 12pm on TVNZ OnDemand

This documentary showcases the story of how a wave of vicious crime engulfed a community but was invisible to most.

It’s a tale of police ineptitude, bungled investigations and a society riddled by homophobia.

The Real Story stirs up old cases in the hope that new evidence will rise to the surface. 



The Hotel Inspector Returns
Saturday 15 September at 8.05pm on TVNZ 1

Alex Polizzi continues her stay on TVNZ 1 by returning to previous locations to see how owners have been coping since her last visit.

In the premiere episode of the new season, Alex checks in on The Blue Inn from season 12, to see if the books are still in order.

Plus, Alex has one last trick up her sleeve!



The Last Animals
Monday 17 September at 12pm on TVNZ OnDemand

Conflict photographer Kate Brooks turns her lens to a new kind of war in this sweeping and sobering exposé of an underreported crisis.

Brooks outlines the myriad of factors contributing to the current epidemic including highly effective poaching and trafficking syndicates.

She also draws startling connections between the illegal wildlife trade, drug cartels, international terrorism and border security.



Shop Well For Less
Tuesday 18 September at 7.30pm on TVNZ 1

Whether it’s impulse buying or a penchant for premium brands, most of us are guilty of purchasing things we don’t need.

Confronting families with out-of-control spending, Alex and Steph are on a mission to change the way the family shops, without changing their lifestyle.

At the end of the experiment the family finds out which products they’ve been using. Can they change their buying habits and save a fortune?



Criminal Minds
Monday 17 September at 8.30pm on TVNZ 1

TVNZ 1’s gripping and addictive series Criminal Minds comes to a close after another season of tense cases for the BAU.

Season 13 saw the series cement its new cast, including the addition of spinoff Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders star Daniel Henney.

In tonight's season finale, the team begins to question the credibility of one of their own.



My Dad's On Death Row
Monday 17 September at 12pm on TVNZ OnDemand

This gripping crime documentary was made with unrestricted access to a Texan prison, and some of its most notorious inmates.

Following two inmates and the horrific homicides they took part in, their crimes are outlined in detail.

My Dad's On Death Row pairs chilling interviews with the killers with heart-breaking and emotional pieces with the daughters they left behind.



Tuesday 18 September at 9.30pm on TVNZ 2

Continuing on from where season one left off, persona-shifting con artist Maddie is back along with the Bumblers - a trio of her recent heartbroken victims.

This season, Maddie’s keeping a low profile and trying to settle into a normal life, but leaving old habits behind her and evading her vengeful enemies isn’t easy!

Meanwhile, the Bumblers continue to master the art of the con, whilst trying to evade the FBI.



RuPaul's Drag Race
Saturday 15 September at 12pm on TVNZ OnDemand

Too much is never enough when it comes to RuPaul’s Drag Race!

Season three of the hit series is now available OnDemand with more queens, more drama and more outrageous fun as 13 contestants strut their stuff.

Have they got the charisma, uniqueness, nerve and talent to be America’s Next Drag Superstar?



Friday 21 September at 9pm on TVNZ 2

What if a pill could make you rich and powerful?

When a struggling writer discovers a drug that allows him to unlock the hidden potential of his brain, his luck turns around - but with his new world comes new dangers.

Starring Bradley Cooper and Robert De Niro.



Stand Up: Jon Richardson
Thursday 20 September at 9.30pm on DUKE

One of the UK’s fastest-rising comedy stars entertains a packed house at London’s Shaftesbury Avenue Apollo!

Jon Richardson presents his show Funny Magnet, where he takes to the stage to discuss the everyday annoyances that have shaped his misanthropic view on life.