Kai Time on the Road
Maori TV, 7.30pm
It’s picking time at Mamaku Blue Blueberry Farm in Rotorua. Chef Peter Peeti dishes up a blueberry extravaganza with some blueberry pancakes, blueberry pie and blueberry crumble.The X Factor NZ
Hosted by Dominic Bowden, with Melanie Blatt, Daniel Bedingfield, Stan Walker and Ruby Frost as the four-strong judging panel. Tonight: Following last night's live performances; tonight's elimination will leave only 11 acts remaining. Plus, an unmissable performance from two special guest artists.Trekkies
Thirty years ago, science-fiction editor Art Saha coined the term ‘trekkies’. Today, the word is found in the Oxford dictionary, and aficionados of the long-run series have seen their subculture achieve stratospheric status. In this documentary following the fan mania surrounding ‘Star Trek’, Denise Crosby (‘Star Trek: the Next Generation’) serves as tour guide, stopping off at a radio talk show, visiting fans in their homes, interviewing actors of both the original and later series, and visiting fan clubs and conventions.Whitney
‘Whitney’ is a comedy about modern day love, which centers around Whitney (Whitney Cummings) and Alex (Chris D'Elia), a happily unmarried couple. Tonight: In the Season 2 finale, Whitney catches sight of her psychiatrist frantically eating a birthday cake by herself. Guest starring Chelsea Handler.The Following
TV One, 9.30pm
The final chapter begins. Joe is determined to kill Claire, but decides to give Ryan one last chance to save the love of his life, or at least witness her death.
Will Ryan follow Joe's trail of breadcrumbs? Or for once, is Ryan one step ahead of his nemesis? Elsewhere, Parker fights for her life after being buried alive by Joe's followers.60 Minutes
Tonight, Belinda Henley travels to Las Vegas to interview the four Kiwi stars of ‘Thunder From Down Under’, the biggest male revue show in the world. It has been going for more than 25 years and its performers are among the best paid and most highly respected in the city considered the entertainment capital of the world..Grand Tours of Scotland
Choice TV, 9.40pm
In this BBC series, host Paul Murton follows in the footsteps of the first tourists to Scotland. With a Victorian guidebook in his hands, Paul explores the most fascinating parts of the country that have charmed visitors since the birth of Scottish tourism 200 years ago.