Be the VIP with DStv Premium this September
DStv Premium lifts the velvet rope for you this September. Enjoy red carpet action from the Emmy awards to Legacy’s boardroom bloodshed.
They’re rich, powerful, and glamorous…and they’re here just for you. Enter the DStv Premium VIP section this September and you’ll be rubbing shoulders with billionaires, Presidents, First Ladies and Emmy winners.
What’s the Price of backstabbing your way to the top? Find out as M-Net (DStv Channel 101) telenovela Legacy comes to a spectacular end on Thursday, 15 September. It’s all action from the moment that Felicity (Mary Anne Barlow) returns on 1 September, because there’s an assassin gunning for her. On the other hand, Angelique (Michelle Botes) and Sihle (Fezile Makhanya) think on their feet when their plot to save Legacy is exposed.
For a more peaceful celebration of excellence, you saw all your favourite stars on DStv over the past year, now join in celebrating their work at the 2022 Emmy Awards. Between Young Rock and The First Lady, we’re getting an invitation to the White House, too.
PS: because you get ALL of DStv with DStv Premium, check out our other monthly highlights packages for news about September’s hit shows like I Love That For You, Miss Scarlet And The Duke and The Weakest Link With Romesh Rangathan.
VIP September on DStv Premium
Attenborough's Global Adventure Season 1
Retirement who? When he hit his mid-80s, everyone’s favourite nature presenter Sir David Attenborough set off on a seven-year globetrotting mission to revisit iconic locations that he’d filmed in the past, to reveal the state that they’re in now, and to capture exciting new animal behaviour using the latest technology. From state-of-the-art deep-ocean exploration, to the Great Barrier Reef, to the rainforests of Borneo, this is our world through his lens.
Attenborough’s Global Adventure Season 1 from Sunday, 11 September at 16:30 on BBC Earth (DStv Channel 184)
Naked And Afraid XL: Frozen Season 8
For the first time ever, Naked And Afraid is leaving behind desert sunburn and chafing sand, and moist, parasite filled jungles, to dump four teams of three fan-favourite survivalists each in Montana’s icy wilderness for 14 days. They’ll be stranded with no shoes, no clothes, no food, and no water. They only select primitive tools and a bare minimum of raw materials that they need to survive. As they make their way, some dangerous animals will be coming out of hibernation around them…
Watch Naked And Afraid XL: Frozen Season 8 from Wednesday, 28 September at 20:00 on Discovery Channel (DStv Channel 121)
Heels Season 1
Welcome to the world of wrestling entertainment. Jack Spade (Stephen Amell) is the Heel (bad guy) to his little brother Ace’s (Alexander Ludwig) Face (good guy). Jack runs the Duffy Wrestling League, which they star in following their father’s suicide, but Ace is desperate for better storylines. Guests include CM Punk and Mick Foley.
Watch Heels Season 1 from Thursday, 15 September at 20:30 on M-Net (DStv Channel 101)
Evil Season 3
Last season ended with forensic psychologist Kristen and wanna-be priest David kissing, just after she admitted to him that she murdered Orson LeRoux. A forked tongue hints that either David is seeing things, or Kristen really is demon possessed now. The is-she-or-isn’t she question becomes this season’s big mystery, so we’ll be watching closely…and so will Kristen’s nemesis, demon lawyer Leland Thompson.
Watch Evil Season 3 from Thursday, 15 September at 21:30 on M-Net (DStv Channel 101)
74th Emmy Awards 2022
Comedian Kenan Thompson steps up to host this year’s ceremony, and we’re back to a full glam red carpet. The most exciting category is Best Lead Actress In A Drama series, which sees a battle royale between Toni Collette (The Staircase, watch on Showmax), Julia Garner (Inventing Anna), Lily James (Pam & Tommy), Sarah Paulson (Impeachment: American Crime Story), Margaret Qualley (MAID), and Amanda Seyfried (The Dropout). Succession (watch on Showmax) leads the list with 25 nominations, Ted Lasso (Apple TV+) has 20, matching The White Lotus (watch on Showmax). Hacks (Watch on Showmax) has 17, Euphoria (watch on Showmax) has 16, and Barry (watch on Showmax) has 14.
Watch 74th Emmy Awards 2022 on Tuesday, 13 September at 02:00 and 21:30 on M-Net (DStv Channel 101)
Young Rock Season 2
We’re splitting our time several ways this season. In 2032, Dwayne is running to be President of the United States. In 1996, Dwayne is battling to make his name in Canadian Football, until a series of injuries forces him to change his path and he takes his first steps into the ring at the WWF. In 1987, Dwyane is in Nashville as a teenager. Back in 1984, little “Dewey” battles to catch his sports hero dad Rocky’s attention. Meanwhile, the Johnsons’ marriage hits a rough patch and Rocky starts to feel overshadowed by Dwayne’s mom Ata.
Watch Young Rock Season 2 from Saturday, 24 September at 18:30 on M-Net (DStv Channel 101)
The First Lady Season 1
Go inside the White House to uncover how each administration’s First Lady has shaped policy, while the series explores her personal journey during her husband’s campaign trail. This season focuses mainly on 2009-2017’s Michelle Obama (Viola Davis) and her poise in the face of outraged racism and hate. 1974-1977’s Betty Ford (Michelle Pfeiffer) and her openness about addiction and cancer is explored, and you get a look into 1933-1945’s Eleanor Roosevelt’s (Gillian Anderson) calm refusal to bow to the sexist limitations placed on her.
Watch The First Lady Season 1 from Monday, 26 September at 20:00 on M-Net (DStv Channel 101)
Also on Premium this September
Watch My Kitchen Rules South Africa Season 4 from Sunday, 4 September at 18:00 on M-Net (DStv Channel 101)
- Robson And Jim’s Icelandic Fly Fishing Adventure Season 1 from Saturday, 3 September at 19:00 on BBC Earth (DStv Channel 184)
- How Healthy Is Your Gut on Tuesday, 13 September at 20:00 on BBC Earth (DStv Channel 184)
- Making Sense Of Cancer on Tuesday, 20 September at 20:00 on BBC Earth (DStv Channel 184)
- Super Surgeons: Between Life And Death from Tuesday, 27 September at 20:00 on BBC Earth (DStv Channel 184)
- The Journey Of India Season 1 from Saturday, 3 September at 20:55 on Discovery Channel (DStv Channel 121)
- Bull Season 6 from Thursday, 1 September at 19:30 on M-Net (DStv Channel 101)
- My Kitchen Rules South Africa Season 4 from Sunday, 4 September at 18:00 on M-Net (DStv Channel 101)
- MasterChef Australia Season 14 from Monday, 5 September at 18:00 on M-Net (DStv Channel 101)
- America's Got Talent Season 17 Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays from Friday, 16 September at 19:00 on M-Net (DStv Channel 101)
M-Net August Movies
- House Of Gucci on Sunday, 4 September at 20:05 on M-Net (DStv Channel 101)
- The King’s Man on Sunday, 11 September at 20:05 on M-Net (DStv Channel 101)
- Ghostbusters: Afterlife on Sunday, 18 September at 20:05 on M-Net (DStv Channel 101)
- Reminiscence on Sunday, 25 September at 20:05 on M-Net (DStv Channel 101)
- Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway on Saturday, 3 September at 16:00 on M-Net (DStv Channel 101)
- Birds Like Us on Saturday, 10 September at 16:00 on M-Net (DStv Channel 101)
- The Tiger Rising on Saturday, 17 September at 15:45 on M-Net (DStv Channel 101)
- Ainbo: Spirit Of The Amazon on Saturday, 24 September at 16:00 on M-Net (DStv Channel 101)
All package alert: September shows
Check out the other highlights packages for more on these shows…
- I Love That For You Season 1 from Monday, 5 September at 20:30 on 1Magic (DStv Channel 103)
- Power Book 3: Raising Kanan Season 2 from Tuesday, 6 September at 22:00 on 1Magic (DStv Channel 103)
- The Bachelorette Season 19 from Thursday. 29 September at 22:00 on 1Magic (DStv Channel 103)
- Murdered By Morning Season 1 from Monday, 5 September at 19:00 on CBS Justice (DStv Channel 170)
- Blown Away Season 2 from Monday, 5 September at 20:15 on History (DStv Channel 186)
- Watch Alone: Polar Bear Island Season 9 from Thursday, 15 September at 20:15 on History (DStv Channel 186)
- Murder Inc.: Pain, Love & Family Season 1 from Tuesday, 21 September at 22:00 on BET (DStv Channel 129)
- The Julia Child Challenge Season 1 from Wednesday, 7 September at 19:55 on The Food Network (DStv Channel 175)
- The Murdaugh Murders: Deadly Dynasty on Sunday, 25 September at 21:00 on ID (DStv Channel 171)
- The Wife Season 1 Mondays-Fridays from Monday, 12 September at 21:30 on Mzansi Magic (DStv Channel 161)
- Miss Scarlett And The Duke Season 2 from Monday, 12 September at 20:00 on BBC Brit (DStv Channel 120)
- Better Call Saul Season 6 from Monday, 5 September at 22:00 on Me (DStv Channel 115)
- Mzansi Greed Season 1 from Thursday, 1 September at 21:30 on Moja Love (DStv Channel 157)
- Coming Out Season 2 from Saturday, 17 September at 21:30 on Moja Love (DStv Channel 157)
- Running Wild With Bear Grylls: The Challenge Season 1 from Wednesday, 28 September at 21:00 on National Geographic (DStv Channel 181)
- Head Over Heels Season 1 from Monday, 19 September at 18:10 on tlnovelas (DStv Channel 133)
- Private Eyes Season 5 from Friday, 9 September at 20:00 on Universal TV (DStv Channel 117)
- Houvrou Of Trouvrou Season 1 from Wednesday, 28 September at 20:00 on VIA (DStv Channel 147)
- My Life With A Disfigurement on Saturday, 10 September at 20:40 on CBS Reality (DStv Channel 132)
- The Incredible Dr. Pol Season 11 from Monday, 5 September at 22:00 on National Geographic Wild (DStv Channel 182)
- Hidden Passion Season 1 from Monday, 26 September at 22:00 on Telemundo (DStv Channel 118)
- Dr. Pimple Popper Season 4 from Friday, 2 September at 21:00 on TLC (DStv Channel 135)
- 7 Little Johnstons Season 8 from Wednesday, 21 September at 20:00 on TLC (DStv Channel 135)