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Making Good Men

Two high profile Kiwis reveal their unforgettable account of bullying with unprecedented honesty. For the past 30 years the bully, former All Black Norm Hewitt, and his target, tel...

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Crayfishers

This exciting new series follows one of South Island’s biggest Maori fishing families, the Fishers (yes, that’s their family name!), as they hit the VERY high seas of the Foveaux S...

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PRIME Picks

Prime Planet: Stephen Fry In Central America

Sundays 7.30pm

This fascinating and entertaining four-part documentary series follows actor, comedian and writer Stephen Fry as he embarks on a remarkable road trip through Central America.

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The Odd Couple

Wednesday 27 July 9.30pm

After Oscar and Felix become obsessed with eavesdropping on their bickering neighbours, they try to subtly intervene and help them save their marriage. Meanwhile, Emily and Dani’s friendship is tested when they train together to race to the top of the Empire State Building.

Bones

Fridays 8.30pm

The new season premiere begins six months after the events of last season, Booth, Brennan, daughter Christine and the new baby are ostensibly living a dream life, a world away from the murder-filled life they left behind.

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Sleepy Hollow

Fridays 9.30pm

Sleepy Hollow returns for a spellbinding third season of action, intrigue and “Ichabod-isms.”

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Mythbusters

Thursdays 7.30pm

Adam and Jamie are back and ready to tackle Indiana Jones. First they take on the opening scene from ‘Raiders of the Lost Ark’. When Indy steps on those pressure pads would he really have escaped unscathed by just running? Then Adam makes his own bullwhip and tests whether you can disarm a gun-toting adversary, or swing your way to safety with it?

The Five

Sundays 8.45pm

When they were twelve years old, Mark, Pru, Danny and Slade were out together in the woods. Mark’s five-year-old brother Jesse was bothering them. They were mean to him and told him to get lost. Jesse ran away. He was gone. Never seen again.

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Crayfishers

Tuesdays 8pm

This exciting new series follows one of South Island’s biggest Maori fishing families, the Fishers (yes, that’s their family name!), as they hit the VERY high seas of the Foveaux Strait. Based in Bluff, Dad Vaughn has worked hard to build one of the most successful crayfish operations in the country.

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Piha Rescue

Tuesdays 7.30pm

I’m so excited that Piha Rescue is now screening at its new home on Prime. Nothing beats sitting at the edge of your seat and watching the heroic efforts of the NZ lifeguards on our favourite beaches over the summer months. I am in complete awe of what our lifeguards can and will do for the safety of the public, and I am happy that I can watch this nail biting series as it travels  from Piha to Raglan and Hot Water Beach, starting this week, every Tuesday night.

Piha Rescue will be Closed Captioned.

60 Minutes

Mondays 8.30pm

Hosted by Alistair Wilkinson, this multi–award winning current affairs series brings you the stories that matter, with an engaging blend of human profile pieces, interviews and in–depth investigations from around the world.

Limitless

Thursdays 8.30pm

Based on the hit feature film of the same name, Limitless is back after its mid-season break, now on Thursday nights!

This fast-paced drama is about Brian Finch who discovers the brain-boosting power of the mysterious drug NZT and is coerced by the FBI into using his extraordinary cognitive abilities to solve complex cases for them.

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The Odd Couple

Wednesday 27 July 9.30pm

After Oscar and Felix become obsessed with eavesdropping on their bickering neighbours, they try to subtly intervene and help them save their marriage. Meanwhile, Emily and Dani’s friendship is tested when they train together to race to the top of the Empire State Building.