Sam wants to move to the island, Evan is becoming a drug dealer, and Garrett and Harper are in even more trouble with Lance’s gang. Continue reading »
Tonight is night two of the new challenge for the three remaining contestants. The three remaining teams are Candy and Ryan, Adam and Lisa and Carole and Russell. The lowest scoring team from this challenge will head home.
- Delight us with a fun, family beach house
- Make it safe and friendly for kids
- Go for a relaxed retro feel
- Keep it bright with pops of colour
- Find creative, easy-care options
We see the highlights from the last episode – the biggest drama is that Carole and Candy had a fight about a wall.
We have sad news and exciting news. The sad news is that FOUR Live is coming to an end, and we’ll be saying goodbye to Drew and Kanoa on August 1. The exciting news is we have a great new show SMASH! coming! SMASH! will be your new pop culture fix hosted by Steph and Marty from The Edge Nightshow, and feature the latest music and entertainment!
Whether you’re a channel surfer looking for something to watch or someone who leaves your TV on one channel for the entire evening, here are our thoughts from tonight’s TV Guide on what we think might be worth checking out this evening.
Hope and Wire (TV3, 8:30pm)
In the post-earthquake ‘new normal’, Ryan finds himself living in his ute outside his liquefied dream home.
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The more I see these trailers, the more promising Gotham is looking.
Top 20 most time shifted shows
- The Big Bang Theory: 51750 (TV2, 8:45pm – 9:15pm)
- The White Queen: 48710 (PRIME, 9:35pm – 10:50pm)
- Nashville: 45090 (TV ONE, 9:35pm – 10:30pm)
- Once Upon A Time: 41640 (TV2, 9:40pm – 10:40pm)
- One Born Every Minute: 36610 (TV ONE, 8:30pm – 9:35pm) Continue reading »
Here is the break down of how kiwis are consuming media:
There are a couple of interesting points here. Firstly, that 68% of people are watching pay TV every week when the penetration is only a little over 50%. That 95% of people are watching some form of linear TV in a week is still very strong and unsurprisingly the largest medium. Continue reading »