This article details the storylines of the TVNZ soap opera Shortland Street in 2012.
•Chris gets released from remand.
•Jasmine tries to learn the Catholic faith from Angel
•Vasa struggles with her guilt about Zac.
|Michael Galvin||HOD Surgery Dr. Chris Warner|
|Angela Bloomfield||CEO Rachel McKenna|
|Reid Walker||Harry Warner|
|Pua Magasiva||Nurse Vinnie Kruse|
|Amanda Billing||Dr. Sarah Potts|
|Benjamin Mitchell||HOD Emergency Dr. TK Samuels|
|Gerald Urquhart||Dr. Luke Durville|
|Beth Allen||Dr. Brooke Freeman|
|Sally Martin||Nurse Nicole Miller|
|Jacqueline Nairn||Nurse Wendy Cooper|
|Frankie Adams||Ula Levi|
|Teuila Blakely||Nurse Vasa Levi|
|Geordie Holibar||Phoenix Raynor|
|Tyler Read||Evan Cooper|
|Pearl McGlashan||Jasmine Cooper|
|Amelia Reid||Bella Cooper|
|Matthew Chamberlain||Murray Cooper|
|Shavaughn Ruakere||Nurse Roimata Ngatai|
|Brooke Williams||Lana Jacobs|
Te Koha "TK" Samuels is a fictional character in New Zealand's longest running soap opera Shortland Street, played by actor Benjamin Mitchell since early 2006.
Brooke Rolleston is a fictional character from the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street, played by Beth Allen. Brooke debuted on-screen during the episode airing on 14 July 2008. The role was written with Allen in mind to play her. Brooke arrived as a locum GP but later advanced in her career. She is played as a manipulative female, who uses her sexuality to advance in her career. She is also characterised by her complex backstory which has resulted in her "messed up" persona. As a stylish female, Allen is required to spend longer in the dressing room with make-up artists. Brooke's style has been attributed to Katharine Hepburn, though she wears dark colours to convey her personality.
This article details the storylines of the TVNZ soap opera Shortland Street in 2010.
This article details the storylines of the TVNZ soap opera Shortland Street in 2011.
The annual Shortland Street Cliffhanger is a storyline at the end of each year's season that leaves behind a question to be solved the following year. This technique is used to lure viewers back after the long break. Cliffhangers are usually carefully written so that storylines from throughout the year come to a head and interconnect. The following is a list by year of Shortland Street's cliffhangers.
Roimata Ngatai is a fictional character on the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street, who was portrayed by Shavaughn Ruakere from January 2011 to January 2014. Initially introduced as a 3-month love interest for TK Samuels, Ruakere's contract was extended to a regular role.
Zachary "Zac" Smith is a fictional character on the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street who has been portrayed by Mike Edward in multiple guest stints since mid 1995. The character returned in a more central role for the shows 20th anniversary in 2012.
Dr. Josh Gallagher is a fictional character on the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street who was portrayed by Chris Tempest between May 2012 and January 2014. The character was mostly known for his change from friendly to villainous when he developed Hero Syndrome.
Boyd Rolleston is a fictional character on the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street portrayed by Sam Bunkall. He made his first screen appearance on the episode broadcast on 13 September 2012. Boyd arrives as the hospitals newest surgeon and is portrayed as a no-nonsense doctor, down-to-earth, and unpretentious despite coming from a wealthy and privileged upbringing, making friends regardless of his social-status.
Kylie Samuels is a fictional character on the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street portrayed by Kerry-Lee Dewing. She made her first screen appearance on the episode broadcast on 24 September 2012. The character was introduced alongside Emma Franklin as friends to existing character Lana Jacobs. The character's storylines have focused on euthanasia, having a mastectomy, being infertile due to miscarriages from ectopic pregnancy and her relationship with TK Samuels which have all being popular among viewers.
This article details the storylines of the TVNZ soap opera Shortland Street in 2013.
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