March watchlist: Thrilling new shows on DStv Compact
From the highly anticipated telenovela Umkhokha – The Curse to the light-hearted reality series Nikki Bella Says I Do. Prepare to be captivated!
As we enter the month of March, there are plenty of exciting TV shows to look forward to. There’s drama-series-turned-telenovela Umkhokha – The Curse, which replaces DiepCity, the cooking show, Outchef’d and many more series to enjoy on DStv Compact.
There’s also the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Award to look forward to on Wednesday, 8 March on Nickelodeon (DStv Channel 305) as well as the doccie series, The Price of Glee from Sunday, 5 on ID (DStv Channel 171).
What’s more exciting is that all the shows we’ll be discussing share a common theme – they’re all new seasons of fan-favourite shows.
Umkhokha – The Curse
The telenovela takes viewers back to the beginning of the storyline. The series explores how and when the fictionalised mega-church, Ithempeli Lenkosi, became a deadly battleground for power.
Watch from Monday, 6 March at 21:30 on Mzansi Magic (DStv Channel 161)
Nikki Bella Says I Do
The reality show follows WWE star, Nikki Bella as she prepares to marry her fiancé Artem Chigvintsev. With all the highs and lows of wedding planning, this show is sure to make you laugh and maybe even shed a tear or two.
Watch from Sunday, 12 March at 19:05 on E! (DStv Channel 124)
Foodies won’t want to miss this! The cooking competition pits professional chefs against each other in a series of intense challenges, with the winner receiving their own Food Network show.
Watch from Tuesday, 14 March at 19:55 on Food Network (DStv Channel 175)
Ugliest House in America
For those interested in home renovation, Ugliest House in America is a must-watch. Follow couples as they transform their dilapidated homes into beautiful living spaces. With expert advice and stunning transformations, this show is sure to inspire your own home renovation projects.
Watch from Saturday, 18 March at 21:00 on HGTV (DStv Channel 177)
Murder Under the Friday Night Lights
The second season of this true-crime series focuses on the mysterious death of a high school football star, with all the twists and turns of the investigation that followed.
Watch from Monday, 20 March at 21:00 on ID (DStv Channel 171)