Series

Shortland Street

Television, 1992–ongoing

Shortland Street is a fast-paced serial drama set in an inner city Auckland hospital. The long-running South Pacific Pictures production is based around the births, deaths and marriages of the hospital's staff and patients. It screens on TVNZ’s TV2 network five days a week. In 2017 the show was set to celebrate its 25th anniversary, making it New Zealand’s longest running drama by far. Characters and lines from the show have entered the culture — starting with “you’re not in Guatemala now, Dr Ropata!” in the very first episode. Mihi Murray writes about Shortland Street here.

Bloopers - Shortland Street

Television, 2018 (Excerpts)

Shortland Street - 1995 Christmas episode (truck crash)

Television, 1995 (Excerpts)

Shortland Street - 20th Anniversary Special

Television, 2012 (Excerpts)

Shortland Street - Carmen after the truck crash

Television, 1995 (Excerpts)

Shortland Street cast sings 'Anchor Me' (2013 Christmas episode)

Television, 2013 (Excerpts)

Shortland Street - Chris and Rachel's wedding

Television, 2014 (Excerpts)

Shortland Street - Chris Warner and Victor Kahu rap

Television, 2001 (Excerpts)

Shortland Street - Death of Sarah Potts

Television, 2014 (Excerpts)

Shortland Street - Dominic meets a fiery end

Television, 2004 (Excerpts)

Shortland Street - First Episode

Television, 1992 (Full Length Episode)

Shortland Street - Highlights from the first 15 years

Television, 1992–2007 (Extras)

Shortland Street - Kirsty and Lionel's wedding

Television, 1994 (Full Length Episode)

Shortland Street - Maia and Jay’s Civil Union

Television, 2006 (Excerpts)

Shortland Street - Nick and Waverley's wedding

Television, 2002 (Excerpts)

Shortland Street - "Not Your Penis" Moment

Television, 2017 (Excerpts)

Shortland Street - Past Memories

Web, 2017 (Extras)

Shortland Street - The end of Lionel?

Television, 1999 (Excerpts)

Shortland Street - The Ferndale Strangler finale

Television, 2008 (Excerpts)

Shortland Street - Tiffany falls from a building

Television, 1998 (Excerpts)

'Time of the Year' and 'Silent Night' (2016 Shortland Street Christmas episode)

Television, 2016 (Excerpts)