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TV obsession of the week: 5 shows to watch on BET

2014-10-01 20:00
Cape Town – If you don’t know by now there’s a hot new channel on DStv.

BET (Channel 135) has finally launched on SA television and their television line-up has something for everyone.

The channel is available on the Premium, Family, Compact and Extra bouquets.

Here are five shows you can't afford to miss.

106 & Park

The music show hosted by Bow Wow and Keshia Chante has all the latest music and entertainment news, interviews and premieres the freshest music videos.

Catch it every week night at 19:00.

The Wendy Williams Show

Hosted by comedienne Wendy Williams, she interviews celebrity guests and dishes out her own brand of advice.

Catch the show week nights at 22:00

Sunday Best

This hit reality TV show in its seventh season is in search of the next gospel superstar. Kirk Franklin hosts the popular music show.

Catch the show Sundays at 17:00.

Apollo Live

Performers from all over America head to the Apollo theatre to showcase their talent. Each one wants to be the next best thing.

Join host Tony Rock and advisors Michael Bivins, Doug E. Fresh and Gladys Knight.

Catch the show from Wednesday, 1 October at 23:00.

Hip Hop Awards

The biggest names in Hip Hop industry will come together to celebrate the annual awards.

Snoop Dogg will host the ceremony which promises to be bigger and better.

Catch the ceremony on Friday, 17 October at 23:00.
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