Tag Archives: The Gulf

HD Ratings: Restaurant Doesn’t Deliver

The opening night of TVNZ 2’s My Restaurant Rules was carved up in the ratings by Three’s Married at First Sight NZ. It averaged 3.8% of the network’s target audience, 18-49 year-olds, compared to MAFS’ 4.7%. The race was tighter in the 25-54 demographic, with MRR averaging 5.1% and MAFS, 5.8%. The gap widened among […]

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HD Ratings: Monday-Thursday Catch-Up

Thursday It’s not surprising TVNZ 2 has postponed a new season of The Undateables for continuing re-runs of The Best of Travel Guides Australia, given how well the series is rating. Thursday’s episode won the 8.30 hour with 3.2% – 5.9% of the core commercial demographics, compared to 1.2% – 3.7% for TVNZ 1’s The Posh […]

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HD Ratings: Treasure Island a Gem for TVNZ 2

Celebrity Treasure Island anchored a top-rating Monday night in all the core commercial demographics for TVNZ 2. It out-rated lead-in Shortland Street, with 8.5% of 25-54 year-olds, and was almost as popular as the soap in the 18-49, 18-39 and household shopper demos, with averages of 5.7% – 8.6%. CTI helped to drive ratings for […]

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HD Heads-Up: August 24 – 30

  ➢➢ TVNZ 1’s new 8.30 Monday crime drama, Wild Bill, which was postponed until August 26 to avoid facing off against the conclusion to Jonah, now will launch opposite another local newcomer on Three: The Gulf. The six-part German co-production set on Waiheke Island stars Kate Elliot (Fresh Meat) as a detective who suspects the car crash […]

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Hot Off the Press Release: Three’s 2019 Highlights

The Magnum PI reboot, an ABBA reunion special and Mike McRoberts swapping his tie for sequins on Dancing With the Stars were among the 2019 highlights MediaWorks today unveiled for Three. Many of the newcomers already had been signalled through NZ On Air funding announcements, such as Jonah and Westside’s fifth season. But there were […]

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Euro Co-Pros Span Kiwi Gulf

TVNZ and MediaWorks have licensed two Screentime NZ co-productions with Denmark and Germany that will screen next year. Both have been co-produced by veteran crime genre producer Philly de Lacey. MediaWorks announced this afternoon that The Gulf, a six-part NZ-German series, will premiere next year on Three while Drama Quarterly reports TVNZ has acquired Straight Forward. […]

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