TVNZ Highlights: 30 November - 6 December
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Why Women Kill
Stream from Friday 6 December
"Murder Means Never Having to Say You're Sorry."
Starring Lucy Liu, Ginnifer Goodwin, and Kirby Howell-Baptiste, this darkly comedic drama created by Marc Cherry (Desperate Housewives), details the lives of three women living in three different decades: a housewife in the ‘60s, a socialite in the ‘80s and a lawyer in 2019, each dealing with infidelity in their marriages.
One Pasadena house serves as the focal point for three decades worth of marital strife. In 1963, Beth Ann's life as a doting housewife is upended when she learns of her husband Rob's infidelity. In 1984, socialite Simone is blindsided by her husband Karl's devastating secret. In present day, high-powered lawyer Taylor has an open marriage with husband Eli.
The series will examine how the roles of women have changed, but how their reaction to betrayal...has not.
Shop Well For Less
Wednesday 4th December 7.30pm
Shop Well For Less is back!
Confronting families with out-of-control spending, Alex Jones and Steph McGovern are on a mission to change the way people shop in the UK without changing their lifestyle.
From make-up and cleaning products to gadgets and clothes, they’ll replace their usual products with unlabelled ones, usually cheaper but sometimes more expensive, to challenge their loyalty to certain brands.
At the end of the experiment the family finds out which products they’ve been using. Can they admit their shopping sins, change their buying habits and save a fortune?
Stream From Monday 2 December
It's time to snuggle in with the Kiwi, Cat and some of your favourite New Zealanders once again for Goodnight Kiwi!
This week's storytellers are the iconic comedy duo, The Topp Twins! They'll be reading "Granny McFlitter: A Country Yarn" by Heather Haylock and illustrated by Lael Chisholm.
We also have Urzila Carlson, reading "Things In The Sea Are Touching Me!" by Linda Jane Keegan.
How To Get A Good Night's Sleep
Wednesday 4 December, 8.45pm
Ever wondered how to get a good night's sleep?
TV couple Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford are on a mission to cure their sleeping disorders. Eamonn exists on as little as 4 hours sleep a night and Ruth snores!
From buying a new bed to working with sleep gurus and trying out state of the art sleeping aids they’ll leave no stone unturned in the pursuit of a greats nights kip.
Inside Oxford Street
Tuesday 3 December, 8.45pm
Go behind the scenes of the busiest shopping precinct in Europe!
With access to London Underground, Crossrail, the Met Police and some of the major brands selling their wares, this series reveals the highs and lows of what it takes to help 142 million shoppers spend almost £5 billion a year.
Meet the people, business and institutions which make Oxford Street the world-famous retail phenomenon it has become.
Posh Hotels: Upstairs And Down
Friday 6 December, 7.30pm
Ex-Coronation Street actors Nigel Havers and Sally Lindsay will be checking in to some of the UK’s poshest hotels to examine what goes in to delivering five star excellence!
They’ll be working their socks off downstairs as well as living the high life upstairs to experience luxury from two perspectives - the staff who deliver it as well as the guests who enjoy it.
Hilarity and jaw dropping moments await as these two get stuck in!
NZ Film Favourites
Stream from Sunday 1 December
TVNZ OnDemand is now offering a brilliant collection of classic New Zealand films. These include;
Stream from Sunday 1st December, 2019.
Movies On 2
Saturday 30 November - Monday 2 December
GHOSTS OF GIRLFRIENDS PAST: Matthew McConaughey, Jennifer Garner and Emma Stone star in this hilarious romantic comedy about a serial womaniser who is haunted by the ghosts of his past girlfriends! Saturday 30th November, 9.05pm.
HUNT FOR THE WILDERPEOPLE: Fall in love with the Kiwi comedy hit directed by Taika Waititi! A national manhunt is ordered for a rebellious kid and his foster uncle on the run in the bush. Starring Sam Neill and Julian Dennison. Sunday 1st December, 8.35pm.