DStv March Highlights
It is Women’s Month and DStv will be serving some great entertainment for women and the rest of the whole family. Throughout Women’s Month Studio Universal will make Wednesday evenings one to look forward to for the ladies, with a selection of entertaining and riveting movies from ‘Hollywood Royalty, Denzel Washington.Starting on Wednesday, 2 March at 7pm, Denzel Washington stars as quadriplegic ex-homicide detective Lincoln Rhyme in this tense crime thriller, The Bone Collector.
A sadistic serial killer is terrorising New York City, so the bed-bound Rhyme enliststhe somewhat reluctant help of beat cop Amelia Donaghy (Angelina Jolie) to work the crime scenes in order to find evidence and stop the perpetrator before he strikes again. Queen Latifah and Michael Rooker also star.
On Food Network, another season of equally delicious and thrilling recipes awaits those with the stomach for the Chopped challenge. New season of Chopped premieres on Wednesday, 2 March at 7pm. Meanwhile, Tia Mowry kicks off a captivating series of delightful food and big laughs, all whilst revealing her extraordinary cooking expertise on Tia Mowry At Home. Alongside her loving family and friends, Tia cooks up a storm as she prepares a range of exciting recipes, starting off with a slow-cooked beef and lentil stew. This series premieres on Thursday, 3 March at 8pm.
Lovers of mystery and suspense have to keep a date with IDx, DStv channel 171, for Your Worst Nightmare on Tuesday, 1 March at 9pm. With spine-tingling stories, cinematic recreations and tense first-person interviews, Your Worst Nightmare returns with more unique stories that will have audience's hearts racing through every act.
BET will premiere three new series this month starting withTop Actor Africaon Tuesday, 1 March at 6:30pm, Celebration of Gospel 2016 on Saturday, 5 March at 7:05pm andIt’s a Man’s Worldon Tuesday, 1March at 8:05pm.
Don’t miss popular OWN (Oprah Winfrey Network) programming on TLC Entertainment (DStv 172 ) this month. What happens when you have to reveal you’ve got a medical condition to a potential partner? When the best time to do it, and what is happens when you do? 12 singletons face that dilemma in the new series Too Ugly For Love?It premieres on Friday, 4 March at 7pm. Also catch IyanlaFix My Life - Fix My Full Houseon Sunday, 6 March at 7pm.
Catfish has taught us all to be aware that you never know who you're talking to online: false identities and false agendas are everywhere.This season, Nev and Max are taking Catfish international for the first time, seeking out stories of online dating disasters and broken hearts around the world.Tune in to MTV on Wednesday, 2 March at 8:15pm.
Catch a new season of Sport Stars Uncovered on Trace Sport (DStv channel 188). Get intimate with the hottest figures in sport, with a show that’s ready to strip down and reveal all! Amongst those uncovered this month is tennis icon and off-court charmer Rafael Nadal. This clay court master won his debut grand slam in Paris and hasn’t looked back! Also featuring in an evening binge watch is swimming legend Michael Phelps and Hawaiian surfer Carissa Moore. Watch it on Tuesday, 1 March from 7:55pm.
Finally, a contemporary interpretation of John le Carré’s espionage novel, The Night Manager will air on AMC every Monday at 7pm. The series follow former British soldier Jonathan Pine (Tom Hiddleston) who is recruited by an intelligence operative to infiltrate the inner circle of international businessman Richard OnslowRoper (Hugh Laurie) and expose the unholy alliance he has ministered between the intelligence community and the secret arms trade. In his quest to do the right thing, Pine must first become a criminal himself.