DStv keeps good on their promise to offer the best television programming and this week will be no different. From international series to sports, here is a lineup of all the exciting content DStv has in store this week.
From Thursday 25 October to Wednesday 31 October, fans of international series can expect to view shows like Caribbean’s Next Model in its debut season on Thursday 25 October at 7:10 pm on Fox Life, Married to Medicine on Tuesday 30 October at 7 pm on Vuzu and Unexpected, a new series, begins on Wednesday 31 October at 8 pm on TLC.
Telenovela loyalists have a week filled with exciting dramatic content. Starting off the week is I Dare you to Leave on Weekdays at 3 pm on EVA, followed by Prisoners of Love S2 on Friday 26 October at 9 pm on Telemundo, The Promise on Weekdays at 9 pm on Zee World and Gangaa on Weekdays at 8 pm on Zee World.
Fans of local and African television programing can look forward to shows like Love at 2nd Swipe on Thursday 25 October at 7pm on Lifetime and Ajoche on weekdays at 8:30 pm on African Magic Showcase.
The kids are not left out as they have a plethora of show options to choose from. They can catch The Powerpuff Girls every weekday at 4 :55 pm on Cartoon Network, Puppy Dog Pals with different episodes every day at 4:30 pm starting Monday 29 October on Disney Channel. PJ Masks will be showing on Tuesday 30 October at 5 pm on Disney Junior and Holiday Stunt: Bunnicula Bunnanza on Wednesday 31 October at 3:40 pm on Boomerang.
There are also thrilling cinematic flicks for movie lovers Tyler Perry’s Boo! A Madea Halloween will be showing on Friday 26 October at 8:30 pm on 1Magic and I am Wrath will be broadcast on Friday 26 October at 8 pm on M-Net City. It will also be showing on Saturday 27 October at 8 pm on M-Net while Thor will also be shown on Tuesday 30 October at 5 pm on Studio Universal.
Catch Tennis – Swiss Indoors Basel Quarter-final 4 on Friday 26 October at 8 pm on SuperSport 5, El Clasico on Sunday 28 October at 4:15 pm on SS7 and WWE Evolution on Monday 29 November at 12 am on SuperSport 8.