||TV3 6 p.m. news show presented by Mike McRoberts and Hilary Barry,
originally known as 3 National News.
|3 News at 12
||TV3 Midday News show.
||News show hosted by Mike McRoberts. Also screened on TV3
between 1990 and 1992.
||Summmer holiday replacement for Campbell Live, show looks at
the funny side of the days news. Presented by
Petra Bagust and features comedians Paul Ego, Ben Hurley and Steve
Wriggly as a fill in.
||News show hosted by John Campbell.
||The show that has all that you need to know about fishing.
||Late-night news and entertainment show with Carly Flynn.
|Outdoors With Geoff
||Outdoors show featured by Geoff Thomas
|Hyundai Sports Tonight
||Late night sports talk show.
||Children's afterschool show, presented in the 'Sticky House',
featuring syndicated cartoons.
||Morning breakfast news show.
||Current affairs comedy show.
||Reality TV show following the lead up to a couples
|Inside New Zealand
|Jaquie Brown Diaries
||Comedy Show centering around TV celebrity Jaquie Brown
||Reality show where a New Zealander is helped to find a long
lost family member or friend and usually reunited on the show.
||Reality show where presenter Brendon Johnson moves into a
couple or individuals home and through strict measures gets the
couple or individuals finances under control in just 3 days.
|New Zealand's Next Top
||New Zealand version of America's Next Top Model.
||Sports comedy show presented by Bill and Ben
||Consumer watchdog and advice show.
|What's Really In Our Food?
||Petra Bagust hosts a show exploring how the food we eat is made
and where it comes from as well as exploring the myths or
misunderstandings about certain foods.
||1993 - 2003
||New Zealand version of ABC Current affairs show and featured
content from the US version. Started screening on TV2 in 2005
|Billy T. James show
||Comedy drama show starring New Zealand entertainer, Billy T.
||2004 - 2009
||New Zealand made animated series. Moved to C4 in 2008 and
the final series was on back TV3 in 2009
||1991 - 1992
||New Zealand version of a show where tricks are played on
members of the public while they are being filmed unknowingly on
|Deal or No Deal
||New Zealand version of the Game Show Deal or No Deal
|Does My Bum Look Big?
||Reality show where New Zealander's of all shapes and sizes are
shown how to look good in a certain type of clothing.
||Reality show where each week an overweight New Zealander is put
on a strict eating and exercise program in order to bring this
person down to a healthy weight in just 8 weeks.
|Downsize My Pet
||A spin-off of Downsize Me where an overweight family pet is put
on a strict diet and exercise program. Pilot episode screened at
the end of the 2007 series of Downsize Me, and the first series
screened during the Spring of 2007.
|Early Bird Show
||1989 - 1992
||Saturday morning children's show, originally screened weekday
mornings. Presented by Russell Rooster and Suzy Cato. Also known as EBS.
|Honey, We're Killing the
||Reality show where a families bad lifestyle choices are
targeted. From healthy eatting to reducing time spent watching TV,
to the family spending more time together and getting active.
||2000 - 2003
||Hosted by Petra Bagust, the team would help someone who was
having trouble selling their home by giving the house a more
||1990 - 1992
||Talk show for teenagers replaced by Ice-TV.
||1993 - 2000
||Entertainment show for teenagers hosted by Petra Bagust, Jon
Bridges and Nathan Rarere
|Issues (NZ TV Series)
||1990 - 1994
||Comedy show screening parodies of current events, TV shows and
advertisements. Originally screened as 1990 The Issues and
screened on TVNZ in 1991 as More Issues before returning
to TV3 as Issues. Clips were acted by David McPhail, Jon Gadsby, Willie De Wit
as well as other actors.
||New Zealands best ever comedy/drama series.
||1989 - 1990
||Dating show similar to the show that was also at the time
screening on TV2, Blind Date.
||1996 - 1997
||Reality show presented by Peter Brock. The show filmed various crimes
mostly traffic crime. A special episode was screened in 2006, a
week after Peter Brock was killed in rally accident.
of the Century
||1994 - 1995
||Originally screened on TV1 until 1993 and TV3 had a go at
reviving the show in 1994 still hosted by Steve Parr but Julie
White was the new co-host. Axed after TV1 extended their news show
to a one hour long show and could no longer compete.
|Sing Like A Superstar
||Celebrity Talent Show similar to NZ Idol
||1994 - 1996
||Comedy show using various skits and in some cases made fun of
current TV shows and advertisements.
||Children's Saturday morning presented show, moved to TV2.
|The Perfect Age
||A group of New Zealanders from different age groups participate
in various challenges to determine what is The Perfect Age.
|Time of Your Life
||1996 - 1997
||Hosted by Petra Bagust, Matthew Ridge and Marc
Ellis. The show looked at many of the great holiday attractions
available around New Zealand.
||A spin-off from Skitz but this time just clips making fun of
current TV shows and advertisements and current events.
|The Big Stuff
||Reality show helping families who have too much stuff in their
|The Kitchen Job
||It's a show where struggling restaurants try to change and take
on different paths so it can save themselves from closures, with
the help of experienced New York restaurateur, John Palino.
|The Price is Right
||New Zealand version of a popular game show.
|The Ultimate Survivor
||Weekly TV coverage of a radio competition being run by More FM Wellington. Contestants
had to survive on a barge placed in the middle of the Wellington
||This show targets a New Zealand households lack of care for the
environment. The family are shown how they can reduce their rubbish
and save on power, water and heating and in some cases petrol.
|You and Me
||Preschool children's show presented by Suzy Cato.