This Weekend in HD: July 16-17

The Voice (TV2, 7.30)


Annabel Langbein The Free Range Cook (TV One, 5.25, R)

Annabel Langbein sets off on an adventure with young friends to pick cherries for her chocolate cherry tiramisu.

Hyundai Country Calendar (TV One, 7.00)

Farming on remote and beautiful D’Urville Island.

ITM Fishing Show (TV3, 7.00)

The competition reaches its climax this week as the finalists go head-to-head aboard Matt’s new MWS 2570 Stabicraft to see who’s got what it takes to become Matt’s Fishing Apprentice.

The Voice (TV2, 7.30)

Four superstar coaches begin to select teams of eight based solely on an artist’s voice. Christina Aguilera, Cee Lo Green, Blake Shelton and Adam Levine are competing as coaches – each one hoping to discover America’s next great voice.


Let’s Get Inventin’ (TV2, 5.00)

Carlos Benseman from West Auckland attempts a rugby ball kicking world record at Eden Park with the help of his explosive Bootkicker rigged to a rugby boot. The Bootkicker is tested at Eden Park before the Blues face the Hurricanes.

World Kitchen (TV3, 5.30)

Season premiere: Nici Wickes travels to Istanbul, Turkey where she cooks with a Kurdish family, visits a baklava factory dines at a top restaurant and makes a Turkish hotpot at home.

Pretty Little Liars (TV2, 5.30, F)

Season finale: The girls go to an unlikely source for help to put an end to ‘A’ and the mystery surrounding their friend. Can they really stop ‘A’ once and for all?

Joey (TV2, 6.30, R)

Joey doesn’t respond when Sara says she loves him, and Michael and Gina have brunch with Michael’s new girlfriend, Lorraine – who is older than he described.

The Food Truck (TV One, 7.00)

Chef Michael Van De Elzen attempts to create healthy, delicious Mexican cuisine to sell from his mobile kitchen at music concert at Auckland Zoo.

Modern Family (TV3, 7.00, 5.1)

The whole family gathers at Jay’s before heading out to Alex’s graduation ceremony from junior high. Reviews: Entertainment WeeklyAV Club, What’s Alan Watching?

The Middle (TV2, 8.00, F)

Not the season finale but what TVNZ dubs the “winter finale” (ie. it’s interrupting the season mid-run): Frankie and Mike decide it’s time to regain control over their lives and the Heck household after years of being at their kids’ beck and call. Review: Unreality Shout.

CSI: Miami (TV3, 9.30, 5.1)

When a fire hydrant washes away all of the evidence at a crime scene, the CSIs must recreate a very bizarre double murder. (David Arquette directed this episode.)

The Good Wife (TV3, 10.25, 5.1)

Diane represents her on-again, off-again love interest when he is sued for testimony he gave in the murder trial of an accused cop killer who was recently exonerated. Gary Cole guest stars. Reviews: Entertainment Weekly, Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times.

Nikita (TV2, 10.40, R)

Re-run of the first two episodes about an assassin determined to bring down the very agency that trained her.

The Deep End (TV3, 11.20, 5.1)

Dylan and Hart fight to keep the pregnant wife of a Marine killed in Afghanistan from being deported.

The Pacific (TV One, 11.55, R)

After leaving Melbourne, the weather works against the leathernecks as Lechie falls seriously ill and Sledge gets assigned to New Britain.

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