Homegrown

The thing I love about hanging with the folk at Prime is that while they are genuinely nice people, they really love television.  I mean, they really love television.  So much so that they’re quite comfortable acknowledging that they’re self confessed TV geeks.  Listening to the banter between the presenters at their 2010 Season Launch definitely cemented that.

Prime has experienced some pretty good growth this year, recently achieving its highest peak share.  One can only assume 2010 will see that peak moved higher with a fantastic lineup as well as the Winter Olympics.

So what’s on the cards for next year?  Check out the list below and let us know what you think:

New Shows

Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics – 6am – 6pm daily

Celebrity MasterChef Australia & MasterChef USA

Last Chance to See

50 Years of New Zealand Television

Monty Python: Almost the Truth

Life After People: The Series

Nazi Hunters


Ten Things You Need To Know About Losing Weight


Make Me


World War II in Colour

 

Toddlers and Tiaras

Video Killed the Radio Star

 

Krod Mandoon and the Flaming Sword of Fire

Q.I.

The Goode Family

Surviving Suburbia

Being Human

Rescue Special Ops

New Tricks

Stargate Universe

Survivors

The Listener

My Dad is Better Than Your Dad

Homegrown

 

Peta Unplugged in Marrakech

 

Property Ladder

 

Rick Stein’s Far Eastern Odyssey

 

Danger Beach: Muriwai

 

The Real Swiss Family Robinson

 

It’s Me or the Dog

Meet the Hasselhoffs

 

Returning:

Extraordinary Kiwis

Mayday

Doctor Who

True Blood

Midsomer Murders

Merlin

Ashes to Ashes

Poirot

Lewis

Weeds

Legend of the Seeker

Judge John Deed

Secret Diary of a Call Girl

Who Wants to be a Millionaire

Top Gear

Who Do You Think You Are

Bondi Rescue

Man Vs Wild

Super Nanny

Secret Millionaire

Wife Swap USA

Mythbusters

Robin Hood

Saturday 11 October, 7pm

TV ONE’s new local series Homegrown starring Te Radar takes a look at the history of some of New Zealand’s greatest natural resources.

From food and beverages, to fibre and fleece, from precious metals under the ground to the abundant seafood in local waters, it will unearth the stories of Aotearoa’s past, taking a look at the history of some of the places and people who created and made New Zealand’s products.

Te Radar kicks off the series with an in-depth look at the humble sheep, from their introduction to New Zealand to their impact on our economy and lifestyle.