TVNZ New Season: TVNZ 2 Highlights


Time After Time: HG Wells time travels to modern-day New York City to pursue Jack the Ripper.

Kevin Can Wait: Kevin James’ newly-retired cop finds life on the home front more challenging than on the front line.

Emerald City: Reimagines the land of Oz when a 20-year-old and her K9 police dog are swept into a world far removed from our own.

Gutsful: Colloquial Kiwi newcomer that will listen to all your gripes, grizzles and grievances — and try to put them right.

Survivor New Zealand: 16 marooned Kiwis are put through their paces on a rugged tropical island.

24: Legacy: Jack’s not back but the clock ticks again in the next instalment of the action franchise that originally aired on TV3.

The Catch: A top LA investigator tries to track down the former fiancee who’s fleeced her of millions of dollars.

The Mick: A con woman has to assume guardianship of her rich sister’s kids when she and her husband flee the US to escape fraud charges.

My So Called Wife: Another female-centric con artist comedy.

American Housewife: Follows an opinionated, confident, unapologetic wife and mother in the wealthy town of Westport, Connecticut.

Returning: Sensing Murder, Wentworth, The Walking Dead, Black-ish, Highway Patrol, My Kitchen Rules NZ/Australia, The Middle, The Undateables, Police Ten 7, Mom, Grey’s Anatomy, Life in Pieces, RBT, Motorway Patrol, Surveillance Oz: Dashboard, The Bachelorette and The Bachelor.

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10 Responses to “TVNZ New Season: TVNZ 2 Highlights”

  1. I’m wondering, who has the rights to Timeless (NBC)?

  2. Sony Pictures appears to be the distributor, and it’s an open market supplier.

  3. The Zone has replied, saying they are not going to carry it.

  4. TVNZ, MediaWorks and Prime have also confirmed it’s not one of their shows. They’re probably waiting to see how it rates in the US before committing. Fyi, Variety’s just posted this review:

  5. Netflix should screen it in New Zealand since no one else seems to care about it :)

  6. I saw it advertised on Amazon at the weekend. May buy the season pass and have a look. The promo looked OK.

  7. But I have found out that TVNZ 1 now owns The Catch so it says it on TVNZ 2 but it’s not on 2.

  8. TVNZ is increasingly using its channels to cross-promote content, not just what’s on 1, 2 and Duke but also OnDemand.

  9. TVNZ’s MKR Aussie is scheduled for Sundays through to Wednesday, so when when will this begin?

  10. Looks like February 12 on TVNZ 2 at the stage.

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