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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 romances of the hospital's staff and patients. It screens on TVNZ 2 five days a week. In 2017 the show celebrated its 25th anniversary, making it New Zealand’s longest running drama. Characters and lines from the show have entered Kiwi popular culture — starting with “you’re not in Guatemala now, Dr Ropata!” in the very first episode. The show has launched a legion of creative talents, from actors to writers. Mihi Murray writes about Shortland Street here

Bloopers - Shortland Street

Television, 2018 (Excerpts)

Grace Palmer on Leanne taking speed

Web, 2017 (Extras)

Keeping Up the Love Thing

The Katene Sisters, Music Video, 1993

Laurel Devenie on Shortland Street villains

Web, 2017 (Extras)

Michael Galvin on meeting the triplets

Web, 2017 (Extras)

Reid Walker and Reuben Milner on Pixie's death

Web, 2017 (Extras)

Sally Martin on helicopter crashes and teaching Bella first aid

Web, 2017 (Extras)

Shortland Street - 1995 Christmas cliffhanger (truck crash)

Television, 1995 (Excerpts)

Shortland Street - 2002 Christmas cliffhanger (Rachel's car crash)

Television, 2002 (Excerpts)

Shortland Street - 2015 Christmas cliffhanger (hostage siege)

Television, 2015 (Excerpts)

Shortland Street - 20th Anniversary Special

Television, 2012 (Excerpts)

Shortland Street - 25th anniversary (volcanic eruption)

Television, 2017 (Excerpts)

Shortland Street - Billy McCaskill's birth

Television, 2018 (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 - Dawn and Ali's Wedding

Television, 2018 (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: Inside an Icon (25th anniversary)

Television, 2017 (Full Length)

Shortland Street - Is It You Or Is It Me (30th anniversary song)

Music Video, 2022 (Full Length)

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 - Musical episode

Television, 2001 (Full Length)

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 - Pele Kruse's birth

Television, 2014 (Excerpts)

Shortland Street - Scotty and Shanti's wedding

Television, 2008 (Excerpts)

Shortland Street - Te Wiki o te Reo Māori

Television, 2021 (Excerpts)

Shortland Street - The birth of Carrie's triplets

Television, 1993 (Excerpts)

Shortland Street - The end of Lionel?

Television, 1999 (Excerpts)

Shortland Street - The Ferndale Strangler finale

Television, 2008 (Excerpts)

Shortland Street - The Ferndale Strangler revealed

Television, 2007 (Excerpts)

Shortland Street - Tiffany falls from a building

Television, 1998 (Excerpts)

Shortland Street - Tillie Potts' Birth

Television, 2011 (Excerpts)

Shortland Street - Tina-Anne Harrison's birth

Television, 2004 (Excerpts)

Shortland Street - Tuesday Warner's birth

Television, 1995 (Excerpts)

Tane Williams-Accra and Ngahuia Piripi on Joey (The Ferndale Strangler)

Web, 2017 (Extras)

Tash Keddy on first crashing into Shortland Street

Web, 2017 (Extras)

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

Television, 2016 (Excerpts)