TVNZ Highlights: 18-24 August
Relive one of the best teen dramas, this week with TVNZ
Stream seasons 1-4 on TVNZ OnDemand
With its trademark mix of heart, humour, drama, action and romance, The O.C. is recognised as one of the most popular dramas of all time.
Orange County is an idyllic paradise, a wealthy coastal community where everything appears to be perfect, but beneath the surface is a world of shifting loyalties and identities.
Relive the drama with every single episode on TVNZ OnDemand!
Sunday 18 August, 8.30pm on TVNZ 1
It's a heavy burden for police when a crime remains unsolved.
Join the Cold Case team in the season finale, as they painstakingly examine every aspect of the 2002 disappearance of a Dunedin mother.
Thursday 23 August, 8.30pm on TVNZ 2
Seventeen years after the mysterious disappearance of Cynthia Greenwood-Smith, the Sensing Murder psychics are put to the test.
Although police are certain Cynthia was murdered, no-one has ever been charged, and no body was ever found.
Can they discover what really happend behind closed doors?
Returns Monday 20 August, 8pm on TVNZ 1
Border Patrol is back for an all-new season, following the men and women protecting New Zealand's borders.
These dedicated staff work around the clock, checking passengers and packages for drugs, illegal goods and bio-security threats.
Don't miss all the action from the front lines of our nation.
Millionaires' Ex-Wives Club
Tuesday 21 August, 8.40pm on TVNZ 1
Step inside the world of high-profile divorce cases, where millions of pounds are at stake.
Follow two ex-wives who went into battle with their husbands, spending years of their lives in the process.
Are these women out to fleece their men, or are they simply pursuing what they're entitled to?
A Year to Fall in Love
Thursday 23 August, 12pm on TVNZ OnDemand
In a world where image is everything, 20 singletons across the UK have given themselves one year to fall in love.
Filming every raw moment of their dating lives, we share their highs and lows in this intimate series.
Can you still find love the old-school way, or can a dating app really work? And which of the 20 will find what they're looking for?