NZ produces television shows of a high quality?

On average, everyone disagrees with nonconsensus between 289 voters.


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NZ produces television shows of a high quality

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Reasons To Disagree

Documentaries are usually good - so called "drama" e.g. Outrageous Fortune & Shortland St are 3rd rate

12 October 2007

Very little indeed!

28 September 2008

Call me old fashioned, but midgets putting their faces on other peoples crotches in elevators is not quality television.

4 November 2008

It is largely rubbish

22 June 2010

The only good NZ TV I can think of is Hunt for the Wilderpeople, other than that, I always enjoy American or British shows WAY more than I enjoy Kiwi ones. Can we actually make movies that don;t always have to be based around the Kiwi culture? Why can't we make adventure or thrillers that don't have to be based in NZ, and yet still be successful? As you can see, things like Lord of the Rings and the Hobbit and the upcoming Mortal Engines aren't based in NZ at all, but are made here, and are the most successful ones and most enjoyable ones we have

21 May 2017


Reasons To Agree

Let's see some more like "Outrageous Fortune" and "Rude Awakenings".

11 April 2007


10 May 2007

This completely excludes shortland street. I knew someone who had a labotomy to reduce a mental disorder. he watches shortland street and loves it. They couldn't find the area where bad taste was in his head.

17 July 2009

But not enough of them.

10 October 2010

Reasons for Remain Neutral

Outrageous Fortune, eating media lunch, Doco NZ is quality. Reality shows such as 'The singing bee' is just an embarrassment to our industry. BUT some people do enjoy it, and hey it's cheap to make

15 September 2008

Apart from reality shows, NZ has great potential in crating quality programming

28 June 2009

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