Tag Archives: Underbelly: Squizzy
This Week in HD: December 14-20

This Week in HD: December 14-20

NZ’s definitive guide to what’s airing nightly in 1080i on the networks: Saturday NZ’s Got Talent (TV One, 5.00, R) Trade Zone Gone Fishin’ (TV3, 5.00) ITM Fishing Show (TV3, 5.30, R) NZ Story (TV One, 7.00) Duck Dynasty (TV2, 7.00, F) Fusion Feasts (TV3, 7.00) Survivor (TV3, 7.30, 5.1) Showtime (TV One, 8.00) Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries (TV One, 8.30) Movie: The […]

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HD Ratings: Axed Drama Rebounds

HD Ratings: Axed Drama Rebounds

Within 24 hours of TVNZ confirming its cancellation, low-rating Kiwi drama Nothing Trivial sharply improved on Wednesday. The TV One series posted its highest ratings in weeks, averaging 5.1% – 7.0% of adults 18-49, 25-54 and household shoppers with kids. It out-rated TV3’s 3rd Degree in the 18-49 and 25-54 demographics and delivered a big […]

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HD Ratings: TV DIY to Die For UPDATED

HD Ratings: TV DIY to Die For UPDATED

The live season finale of The Block NZ was a ratings juggernaut on Wednesday, averaging 17.1% – 22.0% of the major demographics (adults 18-39, 18-49, 25-54 and household shoppers). It peaked at 26.0% of HHS in the final quarter-hour, which delivered the launch of Underbelly: Squizzy 11.0% of this demo. But by the end of […]

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This Week in HD: October 26 - November 1

This Week in HD: October 26 – November 1

NZ’s definitive guide to what’s airing nightly in 1080i on the networks: Saturday Gone Fishin’ (TV3, 5.00) The ITM Fishing Show (TV3, 5.30) NZ Story (TV One, 7.00) Duck Dynasty (TV2, 7.00) This Town (TV One, 7.30) Survivor (TV3, 7.30, 5.1) Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries (TV One, 8.30) Blue Bloods (TV3, 9.30, 5.1) Outrageous Fortune (TV3, 10.25, R) Network Movie Premiere: The Fighter (TV2, 10.45, 5.1) […]

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HD Heads-Up: October 26 - November 1

HD Heads-Up: October 26 – November 1

TV3 will use heightened interest in its two-hour season finale of The Block NZ to launch the latest Underbelly series. The network’s faith in the once great franchise is surprising given how poorly more recent instalments have rated. The news isn’t good for Underbelly: Squizzy, either, an eight-hour dramatisation of a Melbourne gangster’s exploits that […]

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