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A young girl's dream of being a show jumping champion is dashed when her parents are killed in a car accident and she is forced to live with her auntie's dirt bike riding family in the suburbs of West Auckland. Suddenly she is adjusting to a whole new world of dirt bike racing and new relationships.
Created by Justin Harwood (High Road) and starring Molly Leishman (Agent Anna), Kirk Torrence (Outrageous Fortune) and Danielle Mason (Black Sheep). The Platinum fund series will screen On Demand and on TVNZ 2. Stream from Friday 10 November.
Funded by NZ On Air.
This new comedy series follows Marcella as she spiritedly crashes her way through life, assisted by her dubious life-coach, best friends and ever-patient driving instructor.
Bouncing back from a seismic break-up, clinging on to her dreams of becoming an actress, and when she remembers her lessons finally learning to drive, Marcella is on a mission to change her future for the better.
Starring Roisin Conaty as Marcella and packed with wry and idiosyncratic observations, GameFace is a witty, tender and resonant comedy about navigating your thirties when you're under-prepared - but somehow always staying afloat. Stream from Friday 10 November.
This six-part conspiracy thriller will have you on the edge of your seat from beginning to end.
When her husband, Lee, is murdered, Sarah Manning comes to realise she knows nothing about his past. Sarah begins to question who Lee actually was and what he did in his work for a powerful global organisation. And why did Lee, a salesman, need to carry a gun? Her growing suspicions around his death lead Sarah to confront a powerful conspiracy of corporate, police and political interests extending from Dublin to Montreal, in which her own family may be complicit. Stream the full season from Wednesday 1 November.
The Only Way is Essex meets Glee meets High School Musical.
Stage School goes behind the scenes at a prestigious performing arts school, following the lives of students and teachers. It's an all-singing and dancing rollercoaster of love affairs and jazz hands. Stream from Wednesday 1 November.
Major Crimes returns for a sixth season.
The series, which is a spin-off of the Kyra Sedgwick drama The Closer, centres on Captain Sharon Raydor (Mary McDonnell), who is now head of the LAPD's Major Crimes Unit.
This season, she and the rest of her crew face their biggest challenge yet when complex cases intertwined with political conflicts cause them to question their faith in the justice system, which has rapidly shifted its priorities.
The team must also deal with the undeniable return of Phillip Stroh (Billy Burke), the defence attorney turned serial killer who takes pleasure in turning their lives upside down. Stream from Wednesday 1 November.
CHRIS AND KEM: STRAIGHT OUTTA LOVE ISLAND
They found love on Love Island, but more importantly, they found each other! The two-part series follows the guys as they explore the world of rap, grime and hip-hop and work towards performing in front of a sell-out crowd. Available to stream now.
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