With the DStv App, you can download all your favourite shows and movies for offline viewing when you’re connected to the Wi-Fi and watch them later when you’re offline. You’ll be sorted when load shedding strikes.
Below are a just few of the new shows that are available to download on the DStv App this February.
After her husband's death, Tina (played by Linda Sokulu) embarks on a journey of self-discovery. She finds love again with a younger man but there are plenty of hurdles with her new love interest.
Watch Grown Woman from Friday, 3 February at 21:30 on 1Magic (DStv Channel 103).
A British man (Jamie Dornan) wakes up in the Australian outback with amnesia. When the series starts, he tries to piece together his past and identity. This series offers a unique perspective on the spy genre and keeps viewers guessing until the very end.
Watch from Wednesday, 1 February at 22:00 on M-Net (DStv Channel 101).
Mooiweer en Warm
Follow the lives of weekend street vendors at a local church in this brand-new local drama show. Starring Carla Smith, Carlo Daniels, and Brümilda van Rensburg, discover the characters’ hardships, triumphs and setbacks.
Watch from Tuesday, 7 February at 20:00 on kykNet (DStv Channel 144).
History’s Crazy Rich Ancients
This documentary explores the extravagant lifestyles and bizarre stories of some of history’s wealthiest people. From Cleopatra to King Midas, the show focuses on the luxuries and scandals of these figures and the impact they had on the world.
Watch from Sunday, 5 February at 20:15 on History (DStv Channel 186).
The crime-drama follows a team of hackers and con artists as they use their skills to expose illicit dealings. In the premiere episode, the crew helps a journalist take down a corrupt president.
Watch from Tuesday, 28 February at 20:00 on Universal TV (DStv Channel 117).
Note: Downloading to a laptop is not available.