Brand new shows and series premiering on Country TV in February. Tune in, you don’t want to miss out!


Whether it’s vintage tractors, restored 1950s trucks and cars, rusty ploughing machines, decades old saddlery, or your grandmother’s first washing machine, Country TV brings you some fascinating stories in the NZ series premiere of “What’s In Your Shed”.
There’s a story behind every shed, and we visit farmers and contractors all over the country to discover what farm machinery and other treasures are in their sheds.


BBQ Crawl is a mouth-watering road trip that follows a world champion BBQ competitor as she eats and competes her way through the American south.
Danielle Dimovski (a.k.a. DIVA-Q) travels from Texas all the way to Missouri, experiencing the world’s best BBQ and trying to win a few BBQ titles along the way.
It’s a fun, fall-of-the-bone road trip that reveals America’s BBQ roots while wrapping you in the thrill of a BBQ competition. Danielle visits 11 states, 22 BBQ joints, and 5 BBQ competitions in just 6 weeks.


Dr. Keri Hudson Reykdal isn’t your typical country vet. Set against the breathtaking landscape of the Canadian prairies, Dr. Keri: Prairie Vet is a new ten-part documentary series which follows Dr. Keri as she travels the rural roads of northern Manitoba in her high-tech mobile clinic, on call 24/7 to care for animals big and small. The series offers a true-to-life perspective on the joys and the heartbreaks of being a travelling vet, following Dr. Keri into the field as she performs all kinds of procedures, from delivering calves to neutering an anxious donkey.
Dr. Keri frequently pulls 12 to 18-hour days, split between her mobile unit, a brick-and-mortar practice in town and frequent spay-and-neuter clinics up north.


Geared specifically for the beef cattle industry, and focused on the news and information affecting every sector of the cattle industry.


Hosted by former NHL player Brendan Morrison, “Reel West Coast” is an outdoor travel and fishing show focused on adventure, conservation, culture and the West Coast lifestyle. We highlight fishing lodges, guides, wildlife and local culture. The journey and adventure around fishing is front and center in all our stories and episodes as we travel to some of the most beautiful locations in North America.


Wild mustangs have long been an icon of native peoples and early settlers of North America. Yet their fate today is uncertain.
Traded, stolen and wild for 400 years, an estimated 2-3 million roamed North America in 1890 until they became almost extinct. The US Government has attempted to control the number of Wild Mustangs populated and in their view over grazed on vast tracks of public land.
Over 41 thousand are now held in captivity. Saving The Mustang explores the state of wild horses today through the efforts of three individuals.
Canadian horseman Randy Bird, endurance rider and song-writer Jean Albert Renaud and Roger William, past chief of the First Nation Xeni Gwet’in, who has created a 200,000 hectare wild horse preserve in the rugged wilderness of the Nemiah Valley in British Columbia. All three stories interweave a compelling tale of perseverance and determination – one that offers hope for these amazing animals.


Australia’s number one agricultural television programme returns this month. We’ll keep you up to date with issues affecting rural and regional Australia, including farming, agriculture, economics, innovation, climate, infrastructure and more.


Farmweek presents agricultural insights from specialists and scientists. From the novice with a few tomato plants to the farmer with acres of farmland, this show will educate and inspire you with fresh ideas.


Ag PhD is a half-hour show, packed with tips on how to grow your crops. You’ll learn how to pick the right herbicides for your farm, to better fertilize your crops, and to stop those yield-robbing insects and diseases.


Pro Bull is one of the toughest sports on dirt: An 8-second contest of strength, balance and endurance between the world’s best bull riders and the strongest bulls! The combination of intense sports action and world-class production can’t be rivaled by any other major league sport.


Tractor Pulling is known as the world’s most powerful motorsport featuring the top drivers & events from across the US.


Machinery Pete is the most trusted name in farm equipment – join Pete as he reports live from the auction trail, delivers used machinery value trends and finds pieces of farm equipment.


Highlights include the National Finals in Sydney, Southern Stars, Last Cowboy Standing and much more from the new series.


Bluegrass Ridge is a weekly half-hour series hosted by a rotating roster of Bluegrass celebrities, features music videos from Bluegrass’ biggest artists. The series also includes artist interviews and behind-the-scenes peaks on the music video sets, allowing viewers a rare first-hand look at a genre that’s never been hotter. From Nu-Blu to Rhonda Vincent, from The Roys to the Lonesome River Band to Dailey & Vincent, find them all on Bluegrass Ridge!


Music videos from the 90’s to early 2000’s. Artist interviews hosted by the country classic artists themselves, such as Johnny Lee, Lorrie Morgan, Darryl Worley, Confederate Railroad and more!


Rural Delivery is showcasing the latest innovations and technology in the rural sector. The show provides news and information for farmers, while city slickers can learn about the people, businesses and developments taking place across the country.


Te Araroa is a series that follows well-known television personality, Pio Terei, along his journey through the diverse and rich landscapes of Aotearoa.


Get Your Fish On is an entertaining way to soak up the language, learn new kupu about fishing and see some of the countries biggest fishing fanatics go head to head on the moana!


Sit back and relax as Adam takes you on a Kiwi fishing expedition.

See and download our full programme guide here!