HD Heads-Up: November 5-11

➢➢ TVNZ 1 will overhaul Sunday nights with a new double-bill: the season two premiere of The Larkins and the S3 relaunch of The Bay, ahead of the S3 debut of Kiwi whodunit One Lane Bridge (8.30 Monday). This time around the Larkins prepare for Mariette (played by a new actress, Joelle Rae) and Charley’s wedding, anticipate an exciting new romance for Primrose, and find themselves at odds with some village newcomers while The Bay introduces SEAL Team’s Marsha Thomason as a new Family Liaison Officer investigating the latest murder in the coastal town of Morecambe …

➢➢ One Lane Bridge will resume the same month S2 is up for a best drama win in the NZTV Awards (S1 won the category in 2020). Fans of this series who don’t want their instalments drip-fed weekly will be able to stream the full season on TVNZ+ …

➢➢ Also returning for new episodes will be My Kitchen Rules (TVNZ 2, 7.30 Monday-Wednesday), Ambulance Australia (TVNZ 2, 9.15 Monday), The UnXplained With William Shatner (Duke, 8.30 Wednesday) and Sewer Squad (Prime, 9.45 Wednesday) …

➢➢ TVNZ 2 will screen new episodes of Young Sheldon twice-weekly from November 6: 7.00 Sundays and 8.00 Wednesdays, on a double-bill with Duck Rockers at 7.30. The latter will have a same-week repeat on Duke: 10.25 Mondays, following a S1 re-run of Three’s bro’Town (9.55) and the premiere of Hartland USA with Leigh Hart (8.30)

➢➢ Lucy Lawless narrates Antarctica From Above (Prime, 7.30 Thursday), which will uniquely explore the ice continent using camera-equipped drones, helicopters and cutting-edge technology, while Motor MythBusters (Duke 8.30 Thursday) will expose the truth behind popular car myths …

➢➢ A couple of Prime series will resurface overnight on TVNZ: period drama The White Queen (TVNZ 1, 12.55am Mondays) and Madam Secretary (TVNZ 2, post-3am weeknights) …

➢➢ Documentary New Zealand will complete its inaugural season with Why Am I Gay? (TVNZ 1, 8.30 Tuesday), in which a gay Italian-born New Zealand resident neuroscientist sets out to find out if there are biological reasons why he’s attracted to men …

➢➢ Also ending their runs will be Karena and Kasey’s Kitchen DiplomacyAnt & Dec’s Limitless WinsFBoy Island NZRutherford Falls, Motorway Patrol and Evil

➢➢ Bono, Taylor Swift, Eddie Redmayne, Alex Scott and Lady Blackbird will guest on the November 10 broadcast ofThe Graham Norton Show (Three, 8.30) …

➢➢ HD coming attractions for the week ending November 5 will include:

  • Doc Hollywood (TVNZ 2, 12.40 Saturday)
  • Bride Wars (TVNZ 2, 7.00 Saturday)
  • Anne of Green Gables (Whakaata Māori, 7.00 Saturday)
  • No Strings Attached (Eden, 8.30 Saturday)
  • Dead Man Walking (Whakaata Māori , 8.30 Saturday)
  • Father Figures  (TVNZ 2, 8.35 Saturday)
  • Nightmare on Elm Street V – Dream Child (Duke, 9.05 Saturday)
  • Yes Man (TVNZ 2, 9.45 Saturday)
  • Halloween (Three, 11.55 Saturday)
  • The Banana Splits Movie (TVNZ 2, 3am Sunday)
  • Jason Bourne (TVNZ 2, 7.30 Sunday)
  • Honey (Eden, 8.30 Sunday)
  • Lion (Whakaata Māori, 8.30 Sunday)
  • Hustlers (Three, 8.50 Sunday)
  • It: Chapter Two (TVNZ, 11.00 Sunday)
  • Araatika! Rise Up (Whakaata Māori, 8.30 Monday)
  • Inglourious Basterds (Duke, 8.30 Tuesday)  
  • Barbershop (Whakaata Māori, 8.30 Wednesday)
  • Moonstruck (Eden, 7.25 Friday)
  • Ben-Hur (Three 7.30 Friday)
  • Evan Almighty (Duke, 9.25 Friday).
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One Response to “HD Heads-Up: November 5-11”

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    October 27, 2022 at 8:32 pm

    Is that tv show Tracked still happening? It’s hosted by Vinnie Jones and I have been very excited for it.

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