Fri 27 Apr 2018, 08:00
There are nine new shows for DStv customers to look forward to this week, from series and game shows to movies and documentaries DStv Now.
You don’t want to miss the fourth and final spooky season of Sleepy Hollow on M-Net City. Now that Abbie’s gone, what will happen next?
If you think things got spicy when they were on sun-soaked islands, wait till you see what they get up to in the snow on The Bachelor Winter Games on 1Magic.
Could you ever imagine Antonio Banderas as the talented and hugely renowned Pablo Picasso? Well you’re in for a treat as Genius returns for its focus on the Spanish visionary on National Geographic.
Set in an alternate timeline where the heroes have disappeared, new mutants are in danger in your latest X-Men fix: The Gifted on FOX.
Catch Maisie Williams of Game Of Thrones fame in The Book Of Love, where a young runaway and a widower form an unlikely bond on M-Net Movies Premiere.
Vampires, werewolves and witches abound for the return of The Originals on M-Net City.
Chef Bertus Basson invites you into his kitchen to share his favourite recipes and cooking tips on Goed, Beter, Bertus on VIA.
Your favourite undead investigator is back for a new season on iZombie on M-Net City.
Jason Park’s hopes of reconciliation with his ex-girlfriend take a turn for the weird when a series of supernatural events result in a portal-seeking, demon-hunting nightmare in Dark Rising on Studio Universal.