Red from The BlackList.

Whether you’re streaming live on DStv Now or watching later on DStv Catch Up, don’t miss any of the new and returning series, movies and sport this week - including Self/Less, Blacklist S4  and Don’t Tell the Bride S10.

Friday 8 September

Stacey Dooley Investigates Japan

Stacey heads to Tokyo, Japan to investigate the disturbing culture of sexualising children and if circumstances have improved since child pornography was banned three years ago.

Stream live on DStv Now on BBC Brit (120) at 20:03

Saturday 9 September

Premier League: Manchester City v Liverpool

The heat is on when Man City and Liverpool meet up for an exciting Premier League match!

Stream live on DStv Now SuperSport 3 (203) at 13:05

The Twilight Saga: New Moon

Love is tested in the second film of the Twilight film franchise. Bella finds herself bonding with Jacob, who has his own secrets.

Stream live on DStv Now on M-Net Movies All Stars (111) at 17:30

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Sunday 10 September

Don’t Tell the Bride S10

With a brand new season, don’t miss the drama when ideals collide when a bride has one desire for the wedding while the groom has another.

Stream live on DStv Now on BBC Lifestyle (175) at 20:03


When a dying real estate agent transfers his consciousness to another younger body, things soon start to unravel.

Stream live on DStv Now on M-Net Movies All Stars (111) at 20:00

Tuesday 12 September

The Blacklist S4

Season 4 of the highly-acclaimed show returns where we see everyone coming to terms with the fact that Liz is alive.

Stream live on DStv Now on M-Net City (115) at 21:00

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