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Sticky TV is a New Zealand children's programme created by Pickled Possum Productions that has been on New Zealand screens since 2002. It aired on TV3 from 2002-2011, before moving to FOUR, until July 2016 when it moved back to Three. Hosted by multiple personalities over the years, the current presenters are Walter Neilands, Leanna Cooper and Jahmaine Paki. Past presenters have made names for themselves on a national level with Drew Neemia, Kanoa Lloyd, Sam Wallace and Julia Wright four of the most recognizable names.
The show has gone through many transformations over the years but was originally filmed in a studio. The show was then filmed in a park, a separate studio and later a rented house. Then on a fictional farm named the "Sticky Farm" as of 2015 the show is set in a Warehouse, with the show always been set in Auckland
There are currently 3 presenters on Sticky TV
|Name||Year Started||Year Ended|
|Paul 'Sticky' Delamere||2002||2003|
Sticky TV has numerous segments including teenage issues, cooking, fashion, and obstacle courses segments. They have recently created a Relaxation Station with a pond and chairs.
What Would You Do?
What Would You Do is a segment of Sticky TV about teenage issues, including relationships, bullying, school, other life issues. Viewers can send in a question to be discussed on the show by a group of teenagers who have been selected to host the segment
Quiz Caravan started in 2011 where players will answer 10 questions and win a prize. In 2014, it changed to having 7 questions and win 2 prizes.
Fashion Camp first aired in 2008, where two teams of three competing to win a prize by designing the best outfit. Themes for the clothing have included Futuristic and Rockstar.
Survival Camp first aired early in 2008 with two teams, one team of boys and one team of girls. In Survival Camp the teams take on challenges such as a High Ropes course, Raft and Bivouac building. It changed in 2009 to having twenty teams of two.
Swaz or Swap
Swaz or Swap is a segment with 10 primary or intermediate students in a competition to get the chance to either get a prize (swaz), or take the money (swap).
Swaz or Swap works by getting a contestant to answer a question, if they answer incorrectly, they are out. If they choose correctly, they get to spin the 'Wheel of Swaz or Swap' which has a variety of cash prizes to win, as well as other prizes underneath the cash prize. The contestant can pick to either take the cash or the hidden prize underneath the cash prize.
Cooking Camp was a segment on Sticky TV in 2009-10. Cooking Camp is set up with two teams of three in a cook-off for presentation, taste and menu organisation by an AUT chef. In 2010, it changed to having the teams making meals for judges of 4 who are on blind dates.
Kick It was a segment on Sticky TV in 2008. In Kick It, 4 people in teams of 2 are given clues as to where to go around Auckland, and find places and clues until the final leg where the winning team will be determined.
Sticky Stars Karaoke
Sticky Stars Karaoke was a segment that was in 2010 were people all over New Zealand would sing some karaoke, people would then vote for their favorites to go to the next round. The winner was Daniel Park.
Sticky Stars Duets
Sticky Stars Duets was the 2011 successor to Sticky Stars Karaoke. The setup was much as the same as the previous segment, with two performers per act instead of one.
The Mud Pit
The Mud Pit is a new segment on Sticky TV for 2011. 20 contestants battle it out to become the last one standing. Their reward? Getting into the Mudpit with the chance of winning the most epic of prizes!
Sticky I was on air for one year(2008) where there was a small mystery in which two teams consisting of 2-3 people had to solve. They were able to look at a still scene of the crime in which the teams had to look for clues. The team that solved the crime first correctly was the winner.