Making funny TV is serious work. NZ On Air has been funding the hilarity on 7 Days since 2009.
7 Days tickles the funny bone of an appreciative audience weekly on TV3. Comedy along with drama is a significant part of our prime time investment.
The panel series debuted on Three in 2009. Hosted by Jeremy Corbett, the show takes an irreverent look at the past week in the news, giving us much-needed 'laugh out loud' moments at the end of the week.
With a strong and loyal audience, the 7 Days team has found a formula that’s both current and funny, and sometimes a bit risqué. 7 Days was the first New Zealand panel comedy to achieve year on year audience success.
7 Days is made by MediaWorks for Three
7 Days 2017: 32 x 30mins
NZ On Air funding $1,056,000
Percentage of people aged 25-54 on average that watched per episode of the 2015 series, sourced from Nielsen Television Audience Measurement
Average amount of people aged 5+ have watched each episode of the 2015 series, sourced from Nielsen Television Audience Measurement
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