Jaimie Alexander and Sullivan Stapleston in Blindspot

Tune in to DStv this October to catch some of the biggest finales and new shows premiering on M-Net.

This October on DStv, we will be saying goodbye to some of our favourite shows on M-Net like the hacker series Mr. Robot S1, which ends on Wednesday 7 October at 20:30, followed immediately by the finale of The Good Wife S6 at 21:30. Another must-watch finale is of the sci-fi drama Whispers on Wednesday 14 October at 20:30.

If you miss these finales, you can always watch them later on DStv Catch Up online or on your DStv Explora.

There are also new shows coming and new seasons returning to DStv this October. Kick your fear of moving on out the window, and get ready to tune in to new shows on M-Net.

1. The Blacklist S3

It's hard being Lizzie and Red right now, the two are now on the run after Lizzie killed the corrupt Attorney General in the last season. But the FBI is the least of their worries as another messenger of Red's arch nemesis - the Cabal - is in town. A fixer by the name Mr Solomon, played by Kenya's Edi Gathegi. Catch the twists and the turns as The Blacklist S3 premieres on Saturday 3 October at 02:00 on M-Net, Express from the US.

2. Homeland S5

Straight outta her Emmy nomination, Claire Danes as Carrie Mathison has now settled with her daughter in Berlin, leaving the CIA behind. But the past always has a way of finding you, especially if yours is as rich, as messy and as complicated as Carrie's. Soon, she finds herself drawn back into the CIA, fighting ISIS and civil war. Don't miss the premiere of the fifth season of Homeland on Tuesday 6 October at 04:00 on M-Net, Express from the US. For prime time viewing tune in on Tuesday 13 October at 21:00 on M-Net.

3. Modern Family S7

Modern Family fans have nothing to worry about as the seventh season packs more laughs than ever with Haley and Andy’s romance being explored further and Alex moving out as she goes off to college. Your favourite American modern family is about to get even more complicated, tune in on Wednesday 14 October at 19:30 on M-Net.

4. The Big Bang Theory S9

One of the longest running comedies on TV and with a string of Emmys behind them, The Big Bang Theory S9 picks up from when Amy broke it off with Sheldon. This relationship will not be easy to reconcile, especially with Sheldon’s determination to make Amy hate him even more. Also expect some relationship hurdles for Penny and Leonard. The ninth season of The Big Bang Theory debuts on Wednesday 14 October at 20:00 on M-Net.

5. Blindspot S1

Remember how Raymond Reddington shows up at the FBI, claiming to have a blacklist containing all the dangerous criminals’ names? Well, Blindspot does just that, except now it’s a woman with amnesia and whose body is covered in tattoos. When the FBI finds her naked inside a duffel bag in Times Square, they soon realise that each tattoo represents a crime they have to solve. Wouldn’t you want to see more of this mystery? Don’t miss its premiere on Wednesday 14 October at 20:30 on M-Net.


6. The X Factor UK S12

It is also inspiring to see talented singers face-off in front of some of the world’s best judges. With Simon Cowell as one of the judges, you know you are up for some tension and drama. The X Factor UK S12 premieres on Wednesday 21 October at 18:30.

7. Revenge S4

Revenge comes back from mid-season break as Emily Thorne and Victoria Grayson continue their scheming and backstabbing to see who comes out the winner. Oh yeah, the Hamptons isn’t all about white sandy beaches and beautiful mansions, there is murder and revenge too. Too much revenge going on. Catch Revenge on Saturday 24 October at 20:00 on M-Net.