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Coming soon to Māori Television and Te Reo channel.

Whawhai Fight Night, Monday 05 September, 10.00pm
The  groundbreaking series is back that brings together the fighting styles of boxing, kickboxing and MMA in one show. 

Wild Vets 3, Monday 12 September, 7.30am 
Wild Vets - Features stories from the vets who work with zoo animals and some of New Zealand's most endangered birds.

Aroha Bridge, Monday 12 September, 6.55pm 
From the producers who brought you New Zealand's number #1 film of all time, "Hunt for the Wilderpeople", comes "Aroha Bridge", an animated snapshot of the multi-cultural melting pot that is Aotearoa. Focusing on authentic, urban Maori characters with humour and style, this web series follows Kowhai and Monty Hook as they navigate the complex but hilarious circumstances growing up in the bicultural, eclectic whanau. The extended Hook whanau are a micro society unto themselves - jock Aunts, ex-All Black fathers, activist Uncles and kooky cousins come together to create a multural-cultural medley that all young kiwi urbanites can relate to. The series is voiced by a talented multi-racial and hilarious cast - Madeleine Sami, Frankie Stevens, Matai Smith, Scotty Cotter, Jessica Hansell and Rivan Tu'itahi.

Toa Hunter Gatherer, Monday 12 September, 9.30pm 
An outdoor show with a new approach.  It is a show that takes a holistic view on the gathering of food and the environment we live in.  Hosted by Owen Sidwell Boynton we are taken on a journey that teaches practical bush craft, respect for the environment and how to share this amazing world with others.

My Mokai, Monday 26 September, 6.00pm
This television series is a fun fast moving Tamariki animal show.

All Talk with Anika Moa, Thursday 29 September, 9.30pm 
A weekly witty talk show taking the pulse of pop culture. Anika Moa and guests take on the week's trending topics and pop culture sensations from a Maori, suburban mum, crazed celebrity, female, working musician, TV addicted, attention disordered perspective. With Special guests from all walks of Aotearoean life including a live music performance this is a must-see entertainment show that will reach the heart of New Zealand.

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