Friday 12 February: It’s the en-suite bathroom reveal on The Block. M-Net, 17:36.
Saturday 13 February: Man with a plan is back with Matt leBlanc as Adam Burns, a contractor raising three children in suburban Pittsburgh with his wife Andi, who decides to go back to work as a medical lab technician. M-Net at 18:00.
Sunday 14 February: Little Women is Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel about the March sisters who want to live their lives on their own terms. M-Net at 20:05.
Monday 15 February: Knives Out is a delightful whodunit about a patriarch’s death with a brilliant cast. M-Net Movies 2 at 22:10.
Tuesday 16 February: In the hilarious Kinky Boots a drag queen rescues a shoe factory after the owner’s death. M-Net Movies 3 at 22:05.
Wednesday 17 February: The Day the Earth stood still is a remake of the cult 1951 sci-fi film. Etv at 23:00.
Thursday 18 February: Qiniso van Damme begins her journey to find love in The Bachelorette SA. M-Net, 19:30.
Friday 19 February: Miranda bumps into an old friend and gets over-excited at the prospect of her first real date. BBC Brit on DStv at 20:40.
Saturday 20 February: Hope is Norway’s entry for the Oscars this year. It shows the relationship between artist-partners when one gets a life-threatening diagnosis. M-Met at 21:30.
Sunday 21 February: Europe from Above shows Greece in all its glory. National Geographic on Dstv at 21:00.
New Season: Bob hearts Abishola
One of the surprise US TV hits is back for its second season on DStv. From award-winning creator, executive producer and writer Chuck Lorre, Bob Hearts Abishola is a love story about a middle-aged compression sock businessman from Detroit who unexpectedly falls for his cardiac nurse, a Nigerian immigrant, while recovering from a heart attack and sets his sights on winning her over. Undaunted by her lack of initial interest or the vast differences in their backgrounds, Bob is determined to win her heart, in this comedic examination of immigrant life in America. It is aired at 19:00 on Wednesdays on 1Magic.