Whether you’re after news and current affairs or entertainment, an update on your favourite sport or something for the kids, Māori Television has it covered. We offer a full suite of programming to suit all your viewing needs. And those wanting to hone their te reo Māori can tune in to an extensive range of language acquisition shows.
All categories: 138 shows
Te Matatini is the world’s largest celebration of Māori performing arts.
Preliminaries repeat, Friday 3 April - Sunday 5 April, 8.00am - 18.30pm (R). Finals repeat, Monday 6 April, 8.30am - 16.30pm (R).
Currently off air.
Te Araroa is a seven-part series that follows well-known television personality, Pio Terei, along his journey…
Te Kāea - your leading source of Māori news given from a unique Māori perspective. …
Daily 5.30pm, 7.00pm
Daily, 7:30pm and 10:30pm.
Māori Television’s award-winning current affairs series Native Affairs, for more news from a “native” perspective.
Mondays, 8.30pm. Live on air & Live web stream. Repeats, Wednesdays, 10.30pm (R).
The Vodafone Warriors games will be shown on Māori Television on Sunday nights, from March 8 on a delayed basis.
Māori Television’s Sunday Cinema slot at 9.30pm, Kiriata Rātapu, is your weekly dose of top quality movies.…
Wondering what to watch on a Saturday Night? Our Whānau Movie slot at 7.30pm brings you a range of award-winning…
Enjoy a selection of movies and features, Saturday night at 9.30pm.
Toi Whakaari 2014
Mondays, Wednesdays - Fridays, 7.30pm (R).
Weekdays, 8.00pm (R).