Wellington Paranormal is New Zealand Comedy TV series. Created by Jemaine Clement. Stars: Mike Minogue, Karen O'Leary, Maaka Pohatu. It premiered on Jul 11, 2018, on TVNZ 2. The series has 7.5 * rating by IMDb.
How Many Seasons Are There Of Wellington Paranormal: 2 (6 episodes)
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2019, TVNZ 2
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Season premieres on July 11, 2018
Finale: August 15, 2018
TVNZ 2, 6 episodes
Wellington Paranormal is on TVNZ 2 (New Zealand) Wednesdays at 6 pm
S1E6 (Zombie Cops) - Air Date: Aug 15, 2018 (11 months ago)
Wellington Paranormal poster too 'confronting' for kids, advertising authority rules - according to Stuff
"She is not threatening or violent in the image. Her teeth, eyes and hands point to her being from the "paranormal realm" but are not in themselves socially irresponsible in their depiction. This image when alongside that of the police officers and the other rather sad looking vampire clearly signals the comedic intent of the images," TVNZ said in response to the complaint.
Wellington Paranormal takes over Twitter, as tens of thousands of Kiwis tune in to watch Jemaine Clement and Taika ... - per Tvnz
The top 20 songs were chosen by a panel of nine songwriters: Anji Sami (She’s So Rad/Sami Sisters), Anna Coddington, Cherie Mathieson (Sola Rosa), Jane de Jong (Ruby Frost), Hollie Fullbrook (Tiny Ruins), Nadia Reid, Phil Bell (DJ Sir-vere), Rodney Fisher (Goodshirt), and Simon Gooding (The Map Room).
Wellington Paranormal delivers New Zealand's newest comedy heroes - per Nzherald
They need not worry. Clement has not dropped the ball. The humour may be low-key and poker-faced but it's laugh-out-loud funny as outlandish events, like a demonic portal opening on Cuba St, or B-movie aliens invading, are met head-on with Minogue and O'Leary's straight-faced, almost naive acceptance.
Jemaine Clement on the launch of his solo TV show - via Nzherald
It was so hard to nail him down, to get him to commit to some or other life course. He was all over the shop. Part of the problem is that he's not really interested in talking about this sort of thing. He'd prefer to talk about his creative process, which he says is what overseas media typically want to talk to him about. He says New Zealand media are always more interested in the drama of your life, the darkness, how you get on with your family.