Spring is almost here, which means we’re a little bit closer to summer and the festive season. Before the end-of-year rush hits, we hope to find a few moments to relax and kick back with the best in entertainment on M-Net City 115.
There’s plenty of comedy on offer in the hilarious improv-show Whose Line Is It Anyway, which starts on Thursday 3 September at 19:30. If you think local is more lekker, then be sure not to miss your weekday shows at 19:00 including Tonight with Trevor Noah, The Coconuts and Clipz.
Game of Thrones continues in September, with Season 4 starting on the 14th and Season 5 on the 28th. Casting rumours are already flying about Season 6 so make sure you catch up on the blood and terror in Westeros so you can join the conversation.
Crime fans can tune into CSI Season 15 on Thursday 17 September at 21:00. While the spin-offs Miami and New York have ended, the original Las Vegas chapter marches on bringing us criminal cases that keep us on the edge of our seats.
Weekends bring with it the regular movie slots on M-Net City at 18:00 on Saturdays and Sundays. Check out the line up in store for you this September:
You May Not Kiss the Bride
Saturday 5 September
In a romance filled with action and adventure, a man must rescue his newly married Croatian wife who is kidnapped on their honeymoon at a remote tropical resort.
Sunday 6 September
Jessica Alba stars in this sweet and quirky drama about a primary school Maths’ teacher who uses her love of numbers to inspire her students.
Saturday 12 September
Hilary Duff and real life sister Haylie star in this family comedy about two wealthy heiresses who lose it all. How will these pampered sisters take to living like “ordinary people”?
Adventures in Zambezia
Sunday 13 September
Set in a bustling bird city on the edge of the majestic Victoria Falls, Adventures in Zambezia is the story of Kai - a naïve, but high-spirited young falcon who travels to the bird city of Zambezia.
Saturday 19 September
A heartfelt movie about teenage firsts, explored through the eyes of Brit Robertson (The Secret Circle) and Dylan ‘O Brien (Teen Wolf).
Sunday 20 September
A high-school comedy drama that stars Nikki Blonsky (Hairspray) as a plus-sized teenager whose dreams of becoming popular at school teach her a few things about self-acceptance.
Saturday 26 September
Imagine discovering you were kidnapped by your own parents? In this riveting take on the abduction genre Taylor Lautner is thrust into the deadly world of CIA espionage.
Sunday 27 September
The first instalment of the vampire saga that captivated fans. Kristen Stewart plays the star-crossed lover of a teenage boy with an alluringly dangerous secret.