TVNZ Highlights: 4-10 August 2018
Breakfast's 21st Birthday
Monday-Friday at 6am on TVNZ 1
Since its debut in 1997, New Zealanders have woken up and started their day with the Breakfast team.
Its the perfect morning blend of news, entertainment, weather and sport.
Join the team as they kick off a nationwide game of Pass the Parcel, to celebrate the milestone.
Ugly House to Lovely House
Starts Thursday 9 August, 8.30pm on TVNZ 1
George is back, teaming up with the owners of some drab homes, and some stylish leading architects.
From a tired 1950s bungalow, to a house with an '80s extension, each architect will breathe fresh life into the properties.
They're here to prove that great design doesn't have to cost the Earth.
Bachelor in Paradise
Premieres Wedneday 8 August, 7pm on TVNZ OnDemand
The much-anticipated fifth season of the hit spinoff returns.
With all the shocking twists, unexpected guests and unlikely relationships in Bachelor history.
Watch as these hopeful singles attempt to turn a potential summer fling into the real thing.
People on Bikes
Starts Sunday 5 August, 3.55pm on TVNZ 1
This is a brand new series designed to excite and inspire Kiwis to get out of their cars and onto bikes, for transport and recreation.
In every episode, series host Justin Newcombe explores one of our country's world-class scenic cycle trails.
Meanwhile, co-host Carolyn Keep takes a ride with special guests, from parliamentary ministers to sporting greats.
Stream on TVNZ OnDemand
The multiple Emmy-award winning medical drama explores the inner workings of an urban teaching hospital.
These professionals are determined to save lives, in a place where nothing is certain, and nothing is taken for granted.
Stream ER from the very beginning, with new seasons added every month on TVNZ OnDemand.
Stream seasons 1-7 on TVNZ OnDemand
Cold Feet follows the intertwined relationships of six friends, each with their own distinctive personalities and problems.
Join them as they search for love, and make their way through life with all its tears and joy.
Laced with comedy and tragedy, big stories and life's little moments are tackled in a way that only Cold Feet can.
Starts Sunday 5 August, 8pm on DUKE
What if Superman never existed?
Set two generations before the destruction of Superman's home planet, one man must save his universe and restore the fate of his future grandson.
Also, get a deeper understanding with the special, Krypton: Making of the Legend, taking viewers on an exploration through 80 years of Superman.
Michael McIntyre's Showtime
Thursday 9 August, 9.30pm on DUKE
This is Michael McIntyre at his breathtaking best.
Following his two record-breaking specials Live and Laughing and Hello Wembley, Michael returns with his most hilarious show yet.
Full of restless energy and razor-sharp observations, he has the crowd roaring.