E! is now available on DStv Access

News 08 September 2023

The channel which is dedicated to pop culture is now accessible to a broader audience.

E! is now available on DStv Access

It's official: E! Entertainment Television – the multi-platform brand dedicated to all things pop culture from NBCUniversal International Networks & Direct-to-Consumer (NBCUIN & DTC) – announced today that E! is newly available on DStv Access (Channel 124).

Extending beyond the DStv Premium and Compact packages to DStv Access, E! will now be accessible to a much larger audience, bringing many more viewers unrivalled access to Hollywood and the best of US reality television.

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DStv Access subscribers can look forward to brand new series, including the premiere of Black Pop: Celebrating the Power of Black Culture.

The four-part series is set to premiere on Sunday, 1 October, and explores the influence of Black culture in music, television, sports and film changed culture forever.

That's not all, catch Celebrity Game Night, Botched, E! News, Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Nikki Bella Says I Do, Vanderpump Rules, Watch What Happens Live and so much more.

"We’re thrilled that our DStv Access Customers will now receive the wide range of compelling pop culture and reality content that the E! Entertainment channel has to offer. From brand new special Black Pop: Celebrating the Power of Black Culture to SAFTA-winning Celebrity Game Night, E! News, Botched and much more, we continue striving to bring our customers the diverse selection of content available for the greatest viewing experience possible," says Georginah Machiridza, Executive Head of General Entertainment Channels.

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