Wed 14 Feb 2018, 08:23
Love is in the air with Valentine’s day and the whole month of February is filled with love shows on DStv.
Get your dose of love on the playlist for romantic movies and series. You may find a little of your story in Question of Love which is a a brand new show which follows three couples as they ask each other some of the toughest truths.
Watch Question of Love starting on Friday 23 February at 20:00 on Lifetime as three couples move in together and ask each other some of the most intimate, surprising, and occasionally uncomfortable and deal-breaking questions that most would never dare to inquire.
Questions include - When did you stop loving me? What would you change about me, if you could? What's the biggest lie you ever told me? Everything is fair game - including infidelity, dishonesty, and true feelings about the in-laws. Over 30 days, the three couples will live together and see if they can use these questions to finally get to the truth.
Go behind the scenes of the newest royal couple’s relationship in Prince Harry and Megan: Truly, Deeply, Madly on Thursday 15 February 20:00 on ITV Choice, DStv channel 123. Also available on DStv Now.
There’s a brand new channel launching on 14 February called Moja Love on DStv channel 157. This channel has all things love related from romantic talk shows like Show Me Love with hosts KG Moeketsi, Unathi Nkayi, Nontobeko Sibis and Abigail Visagie.
There’s also a new telenovela called Hope with Nimrod Nkosi. Phat Joe is also on the channel with his variety show Highly Inappropriate.
Zee World is bringing a tale of two love birds who have to survive against the struggles of feuding families and a third player in their relationship who can change everything. Watch Fire & Ice starting on 18 February at 19:00. Also available on DStv Now.
Things are also getting heated between Bakang and Martha on The Queen, while Vuyiswa finds herself in a bit of a jam with Jerry. Watch The Queen weekdays at 21:00 on Mzansi Magic. Also available on DStv Now.