Good & Evil international series on DStv, 3-9 September 2021

Highlights

From eerie Evil to funny B Positive, DStv’s international series offer the best of both worlds this week.

Good & Evil international series on DStv, 3-9 September 2021

Hate the wait? Just after episode 1 of crime thriller series Evil S2 airs on M-Net (DStv channel 101) this week, DStv Premium viewers will get early access to the first eight episodes of the season immediately. Just look for the title on Catch Up on your DStv App or internet-connected DStv Explora or Explora Ultra.

If you’re looking for something lighter, try sitcom B Positive which is based on Marco Pennette’s (co-creator and showrunner of Ugly Betty) experiences surviving a kidney transplant in 2012.

And the drama continues in Chicago P.D. on Universal TV (DStv channel 117) as the team start the season mourning one of their own.

Explore even more seriously addictive series with DStv’s slate of international shows available here. And for snack-sized info on DStv’s biggest shows, check out #OhSnack on DStv’s YouTube Channel

Sneak Peeks

B Positive

 

Must-watch international series

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Evil S2

Psychologist Kristen Bouchard and trainee priest David Acosta search for scientific explanations for seemingly supernatural phenomena. At the end of S1, we saw a rosary burn Kristen’s hand. Now in S2, it seems that she murdered serial killer Orson Leroux, who delivered a threatening gift to her house.

Watch from Wednesday, 8 September on M-Net (DStv channel 101) at 21:30

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B Positive S1

Drew (Thomas Middleditch), a divorced therapist with a rare blood type, reconnects with a woman from his past, Gina (Annaleigh Ashford), who’s a donor match for his kidney transplant.

Watch from Friday, 3 September on M-Net (DStv channel 101) at 19:00

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CHICAGO PD
Chicago P.D. S6

S6 of Chicago P.D. gets off to an explosive start. After shooting a suspect in cold blood, Sergeant Voight has been suspended and everyone tries to come to terms with Olinsky’s death.

Watch from Wednesday, 8 September on Universal TV (DStv channel 117) at 20:00 (double bill)

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