List of Shortland Street Episodes

List Of Shortland Street Episodes

This is an episode list for the television series, Shortland Street. The series premiered on TV2 on 25 May 1992 in New Zealand.

Each Shortland Street episode is typically set in Shortland Street Hospital and its surrounds, including the local bar, The IV, cafe, Sugar, and the hospital worker's homes.

Sometimes episodes are set away from the Hospital. These areas have included Rarotonga, Fiji and Rotorua.

Read more about List Of Shortland Street Episodes:  Series 1 (25 May – Dec 1992), Series 2 (1993), Series 3 (1994), Series 4 (1995), Series 5 (1996), Series 6 (1997), Series 7 (1998), Series 8 (1999), Series 9 (2000), Series 10 (2001), Series 11 (2002), Series 12 (2003), Series 13 (2004), Series 14 (2005), Series 15 (2006), Series 18 (2009), Series 19 (2010), Series 20 (2011), Series 21 (2012)

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