TV3 Guide 2021
Three, famously called TV3, is one of the oldest private TV networks in New Zealand owned by MediaWorks. It primarily works as a free-to-air channel, which means you do not have to bother yourself about pricing.
Through this TV3 guide, we will help you watch TV3 or Three within New Zealand and access its impressive content library on your preferred devices.
Countries where TV3 (Three) is available
TV3 is not an international media network like Sky(read our Sky NZ Guide). This channel is only available within the kiwi territory. It mainly works as a free-to-air channel that offers live TV and on-demand media content to its viewers.
How can I watch TV3 in New Zealand?
You can watch TV3 or Three within New Zealand using different options. As already discussed, TV3 is a free-to-air channel; therefore, you can use Freeview, New Zealand’s free-to-air platform, to watch TV3 on your desired devices. Apart from TV3, Freeview offers its subscribers access to channels like Maori TV(read our Maori TV Guide), Bravo, Prime, and many more.
Likewise, if you are a Sky customer, then you can use your Sky Starter package to continue streaming Three. Besides, you can opt for Vodafone TV for accessing TV3 on your preferred screens. If we talk about its cost, you will have to pay $149/month.
What to watch on TV3 and how?
TV3 or Three is one of the pioneer private TV channels in New Zealand famous for broadcasting shows like Dancing with the Stars, MasterChef New Zealand, Outrageous Fortune, etc. When you take a closer look at its website, you will see various sections like TV, Radio, Video, News, Sports, and Recipes.
Apart from this, there are other sections such as Channels and Help as well.
The TV section lets you access five (5) other subsections, which are Three, Bravo, Newshub, ThreeNow, and TV guide. As far as Three and Bravo go, both these subsections provide a glimpse of their channels’ content. Interestingly, these channels are part of MediaWorks New Zealand and NBCUniversal International networks alongside other Freeview channels like The Edge TV and The Breeze TV.
Newshub is a new service of TV3 that replaced 3 News on the TV3 network during 2016. The service airs on Three and MediaWorks Radio stations. ThreeNow is an online live TV and video-on-demand streaming service of Three channel. This means Three Now live and TV3 on Demand are the streaming options of TV3.
This subsection provides a daily programming schedule or in other words TV3 listings that include TV shows, documentaries, and other content from Three, Bravo, The Edge, and The Breeze channels.
Through the Radio subsection, you can read exciting stories about the latest shows like Sharyen & Jayden and Dom, Meg & Randell, that you can watch on The Edge channel.
Besides, you can watch videos regarding all the recent events and happenings in the media industry. If you wish to listen to popular songs live, you can tune into The Edge. Luckily, the Radio subsection allows you to access content across other streaming channels owned by the parent company MediaWorks. These include The Rock, Rova, Magic, The Sound, Mai, and More FM.
The video subsection is a one-stop solution to watch videos available on different content streaming channels, be it The Rock, The Edge, The Breeze, Mai, George, More FM, etc.
The News subsection is a perfect place for all Kiwis viewers who want to keep an eye on current affairs, politics, weather, world, health, money, and other categories.
When you click the Sports subsection, you will see Newshub’s sports webpage on your screen. Thus, you can read all the latest news and watch videos about several sports like MMA (Mixed Martial Arts), NetBall, Rugby, Basketball, Golf, Boxing, etc.
The recipes subsection enables you to browse through The Breeze, an online streaming channel that offers simple and easy to follow recipes of different cuisines. You can try out these recipes in your kitchen and make delicious meals for your loved ones appropriately.
This subsection lets you explore both Freeview channels Three and Bravo in detail. You can find out your preferred TV shows available on these free-to-air channels.
This subsection works like a FAQ section where you can find brief answers regarding general, subscription, compatibility, and installation-related queries.
What’s new on TV3 Guide?
Similar to Prime TV, TV3 keeps adding new shows and movie titles in its content library regularly. Here is the list of some of the newest titles including:
- Amped (lockdown TV show for kids)
- Emergency Season 1
- Bondi Rescue Season 7
- Head High Season 1
- One Born Every Minute UK Season 8
- The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 10
Different streaming services in New Zealand offer expensive pricing plans to New Zealanders. TV3 is a Freeview channel like Prime TV NZ, TVNZ(read our TVNZ programme Guide) and Choice TV that does not charge a single dime from its subscribers. However, you will need to subscribe to the Sky Starter package by paying $25.99 per month to watch TV3 or Three through Sky.
How to sign up and access the TV3 guide in New Zealand?
If you are willing to watch TV3 or Three in New Zealand, you will have to create an account on ThreeNow, an online streaming service of Three TV. By doing so, you can watch TV3 TV shows, and documentaries live or on-demand. Once you have visited the site, follow these steps accordingly:
- Click the login tab provided on the homepage
- Click the Sign Up option to start the registration process
- Provide all the required information including email address, password, and other details
- Mark checks such as ” I have read and understood the Terms and Conditions” and ” I’m happy to receive communications from Three and the MediaWorks family”
You can complete the account creation process by following the above-described steps and watch your favorite shows instantly. Similarly, if you want to access Three or TV3 via Freeview on demand, you will need to create an official Freeview account. Here is what you should do:
- You can now watch Three temporarily
- Check your inbox to see an email asking you about the completion of the registration process
- Click the link and finish registering your Freeview account permanently
On what devices TV3 is accessible?
New Zealanders can access live TV or on-demand coverage of TV3 on the following platforms and devices:
- Apple TV
- Smart TV
- Web browsers (Chrome, Firefox, and Safari)
Famous shows you can watch on Three or TV3
You can watch the famous TV3 shows on multiple devices of your choice using its online streaming service ThreeNow. These popular shows are:
- The Project
- Rebuilding Paradise with Paul Henry
- 7 Days
- Millionaire Hot Seat
- The ITM Fishing Show Classics
- Bob’s Burgers
- Mean Mums
- Newshub Nation
- 2nd Chance Charlie
- Amy Street
What is ThreeNow?
ThreeNow is a live TV and on-demand streaming service of TV3 or Three that allows you to watch your favorite shows in New Zealand without any hassle.
Can you Chromecast TV3 live?
You can watch TV3 content via ThreeNow on your Android devices, but screen sharing through an HDMI cable, AirPlay or Chromecast is currently not possible.
What channel is TV3 on Freeview?
The Freeview TV subscribers will have to choose channel 3 to watch TV3 in New Zealand successfully.
Can I get ThreeNow content on my TV via Freeview on Demand?
You can watch ThreeNow content, be it shows, movies, and documentaries on your TV through Freeview on Demand.
We hope you would have liked our detailed TV3 guide that allows you to watch media content based on various genres like TV shows, movies, documentaries, music, sports, and food under one roof.
The best thing about the Three network is its freemium feature that does not cost you a cent. Compared to services like New Zealand Netflix, Disney Plus, Amazon Prime NZ, beIN NZ, and other NZ streaming services, TV3 looks like a reasonable streaming option.
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