Wellington Paranormal: Season 3

Wellington Paranormal: Season 3

Wellington Paranormal: Season 3

Officers Minogue and O'Leary tackle supernatural activity across New Zealand's capital city in this spin-off of 2014's What We Do In The Shadows.

2021New Zealand
ComedyCrimeFantasy

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EPISODE 3.1
24 February 2021

Invisible Fiend

After getting called out to a mysterious home invasion with no visible signs of entry, Minogue and O'Leary manage to arrest an invisible entity and bring it in for questioning.

EPISODE 3.2
3 March 2021

Te Maero

After finding footage of a camper being abducted by a large hairy creature, the cops decide to head for the bush.

EPISODE 3.3
10 March 2021

Fear Factory

The cops’ worst nightmares are realised when they encounter a shapeshifter who turns into the thing you fear the most.

EPISODE 3.4
17 March 2021

Sevens Ghost

Minogue and O'Leary go searching for a group of ghostly rugby fans dressed as Where's Wally.

EPISODE 3.5
24 March 2021

Revengers

A meteor strike gives superpowers to a Neighbourhood Watch group who decide to take the law into their own hands; it's up to Minogue and O'Leary to take the law back.

EPISODE 3.6
31 March 2021

Fatberg

When a large, congealed blob of fat in the Wellington sewers becomes sentient, Minogue and O'Leary go underground to confront the monster.

Wellington Paranormal: Season 3 / Reviews

News.com.au

News.com.au

There is a real underdog charm to Wellington Paranormal.

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The Spinoff

The Spinoff

Season 1 review: A deeply funny deflation of a gormless Kiwi ego that looks like indifference and sounds like a monotone.

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BirthMoviesDeath

BirthMoviesDeath

Season 1 review: In officers Minogue (Mike Minogue) and O’Leary (Karen O’Leary), returning from their hysterical minor roles in Shadows, this show could not have better leads.

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Stuff

Stuff

Season 1 review: If you have seen it then I'm sure, like me, you're delighted to see your tax dollars are still hard at work serving and protecting decent, warm blooded, unpossessed Kiwis.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

Season 1 review: They're all linked by the unexplained, horrific presence of zombies, spirits and alien activity in the New Zealand capital - and of course, by [Taika] Waititi and [Jemaine] Clement's dopey, straight-faced brand of humour.

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