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The Ring Inz New Season

The Ring Inz New Season
This time they mean business

The Ring Inz return to deliver a fresh, new vibrant style of comedy drama to our screens. Viewers will again be transported to a delightful world of collaboration, conflict and strong sense of whānau, all centred on this motley crew’s overwhelming passion for kapa haka.

Tūturu Whakamaua kia Tina were proud of placing 20th overall at Te Matamano. They’ve come back invigorated and ready to smash their way through to the next Matamano campaign. They’ve got a taste for the stage and this time, the group will get to Matamano on their own merits and nothing will stop them!

Hang on for a rollercoaster ride of highs and lows, twists and turns with the Turuz whānau in series two.



Premieres: Thursday 6 September, 9pm
Number of Episodes:
7
Production:
Enter The Dragon Reo percentage: 40% Funded by Te Māngai Pāho

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