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Johannesburg - What's good on the box this week? City Press gives you the scoop on what to watch on TV this week.

Sunday - 19 March

Battle for the Pride

Channel: Nat Geo Wild  (DStv 182)

Time: 18:00

Tune in and experience the life of a pride of lions in Botswana – home to some of the largest male cats on the planet. The pride is a dangerous place to grow up and the lion cubs start their life vulnerable and weak, with threats from all sides.

Keeping Up with the Kardashians

Channel: E! Entertainment (DStv 124)

Time: 20:00

NEW SEASON

The season 13 premiere of the hit series will take viewers beyond the headlines and into the stories that dominate the news cycle. This season, the family welcomes a dreamy bundle of joy, embraces new beginnings and tests their resilience in the face of adversity.


How to Get Away with Murder

Channel: Vuzu Amp (DStv 103)

Time: 20:00

Annalise and her students take on a case defending siblings who have been charged with conspiracy to murder their mother.

Reasonable Doubt

Channel: Mzansi Magic (DStv 161)

Time: 21:30

In this action movie, Samuel L Jackson plays a district attorney whose actions after a hit-and-run accident set off a chain of events as another man is arrested for his crime and charged with murder.

Monday - 20 March

Four Weddings SA

Channel: Lifetime (DStv 131)

Time: 14:20

In this episode, an edgy bride hopes her steampunk fancy-dress wedding will take the girls back to the Victorian age.

The Rap Game

Channel: Lifetime (DStv 131)

Time: 20:00

Jermaine Dupri gives the young rappers their final assignment: create a stage show in front of a huge audience. Flo Rida and Mariah Carey offer the kids advice.

Leihlo la Sechaba

Channel: SABC2 (DStv 192)

Time: 20:30

In this investigative show, journalists delve into topics of interest, including developing stories, corruption and crimes. Where possible, they discover the truth behind the stories.

Tuesday - 21 March

Regular Show

Channel: Cartoon Network (DStv 301)

Time: 15:20

This series revolves around the lives of two working class friends, a blue jay named Mordecai and a raccoon named Rigby, who are employed as groundskeepers at a local park.

Football: A Brief History by Alfie Allen

Channel: History (DStv 186)

Time: 21:10

Game of Thrones actor Alfie Allen continues the quest to discover more about the world’s most popular sport, from the Football Association’s 1920s ban on women’s football to insight into the Premier League.

Z’bondiwe

Channel: e.tv (DStv 194)

Time: 21:10

Ntando and Roxanne are still caught up in the world of crime. In a twist, Roxanne’s baby falls into the hands of a powerful and faceless man. Ntando (played by Anga Makubalo), who is a loyal lover, would die for Roxanne, but how far will he go for a child who is not his?

Wednesday - 22 March

SWV Reunited

BET (DStv 129)

Time: 15:50

Join the legendary R&B group Sisters With Voices as they deal with stardom and each other. Will the band survive? You’ll have to tune in to find out.

Bone of my Bones

Channel: SABC2 (DStv 192)

Time: 21:30

This is a drama about friendship, betrayal and broken bonds. But what will it take to mend fences?

Thursday - 23 March

Blaze and the Monster Machines

Channel: e.tv (DStv 194)

Time: 15:00

AJ, an eight-year-old techie who drives a monster truck called Blaze, goes on adventures and takes on problems involving science and maths. This animated series is billed as the first TV show to provide extensive coverage of science, technology, engineering and maths to preschoolers.

Friday - 24 March

David Tutera: CELEBrations

Channel: BET (DStv 129)

Time: 21:00

Event planner David Tutera is the go-to guy when stars have a reason to celebrate and want their party to be one to remember.

Not Easily Broken

Channel: Mzansi Magic (DStv 161)

Time: 22:00

Based on the novel by TD Jakes, this romantic drama focuses on a married couple struggling to keep their relationship afloat as they attempt to avert temptations.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine

Channel: M-Net Family (DStv 162)

Time: 22:10

SEASON FINALE

Andy Samberg scooped up a Golden Globe for his performance in this sitcom. In this episode, the squad must save the captain. Will they manage it?

Insecure

Vuzu (DStv 116)

Time: 22:30

This show follows the awkward life of a racy modern-day African-American woman. Be sure to see what the home girl gets up to this week.

Saturday - 25 March

Aladdin

Channel: e.tv (DStv 194)

Time: 14:05

“I can show you the world...” Yes, you know the words. With its classic music and classic story, the kiddies can’t lose with this one.

Follow the Rules

Channel: Vuzu Amp (DStv 103)

Time: 18:00

Ja and Aisha’s anniversary getaway to a ski lodge turns into a boring family holiday. Will the gang be able to restore the romance and save the trip?

Beauty and the Beast

Channel: e.tv (DStv 194)

Time: 19:30

Hit the children with a double bill and watch good prevail over evil as Belle slowly falls in love with a monstrous-looking prince in this classic Disney fairy tale.

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