GUIDE: What's hot on SA TV this week?

2017-05-29 15:15
 
American Gods

Cape Town – As the week kicks off and the winter temperatures sweep in, nothing beats curling up on the couch in front of the TV. 

Channel24 TV and City Press round up all the hottest TV shows and movies that simply can’t be missed.

From a hot new Monday night line-up on M-Net to a controversial local reality show and a hilarious political comedy – here’s what you should be watching on the box this week.

TOP TV CONTENT THIS WEEK:

M-Net's new Monday night line-up is lit!

M-Net (DStv 101) is chasing away the Monday blues with their hot new line-up. The channel is boosting its schedule with four new acclained shows that have everyone talking. Get ready for This Is Us, The Good Fight, Veep and American Gods

(More details here)


This is the one political comedy you should be watching

It keeps getting praise and winning awards, so it might be time to find out what all the fuss is about. Veep season one to three is now on Showmax.

(More details here)


Here's everything you should be watching on TV this week

From the best scripted dramas to the messiest reality shows this is what you should be watching on South African TV this week.

(See the full TV schedule here)


5 things to know about the first black bachelorette

Rachel Lindsay is set to make The Bachelor history in the The Bachelorette season 13. Rachel is the first black bachelorette in the long running reality series. South Africans for the first time will be able to view it four days after it airs in the US. 

(Find out more here)


This reality show about polygamy is a bit dull

For a country that oscillates between drooling over the curvaceous female form (from hip-hop video vixens to soapie femme fatales) and grieving over the vicious attacks targeting women, broadcasting a show about a polygamous family seems bold.

(Read more here)

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