2020 lineup


A feel good action drama set in small town Coromandel, where three happy-go-lucky kiwifruit workers stumble across a new strain of super weed and are plunged into the high-stakes global cannabis industry. Starring Lucy Lawless and Troy Kingi, it's a high octane trip through the madcap hustle and mayhem it takes to keep their secret operation rolling. 


Two very different New Zealand schools, with one thing in common. 
Head High is an exciting gritty new drama series for Three told through the highs and lows of one family involved in the highly competitive world of secondary school rugby. Starring Craig Hall, Miriama McDowell, Jo Naufahu and Jayden Daniels this is must-see television for the whole family. 


Following on from the success of Lost & Found, David Lomas is back in this brand new series for Three, investigating New Zealand's family secrets. David travels across the world to find the answers and to reunite families. Have a box of tissues at the ready!



Mean Mums: The family friendly sitcom celebrating school mums in all their crazy, earnest and exhausted glory is back!

The AM Show: Back in January so that you can stay informed on weekday mornings with Duncan Garner, Amanda Gillies and Mark Richardson.

Newshub: Bringing you the latest and breaking news from New Zealand and around the world, Newshub is your comprehensive source for local, world, sports, politics and entertainment coverage.

The Project: Jesse Mulligan, Kanoa Lloyd and Jeremy Corbett are back in 2020 for your daily dose of news delivered differently.



Married at First Sight Australia: The Aussie version of the ground-breaking experiment will see a new group of 20 participants agree to marry a complete stranger as matched by a panel of experts.

The Graham Norton Show: Hot on the heels of the UK, Graham Norton presents a show featuring big celebrity names and plenty of laughs.

Grand Designs UK: Kevin McCloud showcases 6 new builds in Three's longest running building show

America’s Got Talent: America has got more talent coming in 2020 in an attempt to find the very best America has offer. The hit reality competition will return with legendary judge Simon Cowell.

Lego Masters Australia: The show burst onto our screens in 2019 as a fresh new show that took both New Zealand and Australian viewers by storm. In 2020 it's back with a brand new season seeing 8 pairs of contestants creating mind blowing models and masterpieces out of the world's most famous plastic bricks.