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17 March: Frank’s sexual antics get him in trouble in Shameless. (M-Net, 22:00).
18 March: Put the kids to bed early as Fifty shades of grey will be shown tonight. (M-Net Movies Smile on DStv, 22:00)
19 March: El Chapo chronicles the rise of druglord “El Chapo” Guzman. (SABC3, 21:30)
20 March: A soldier confronts his torturer in The Railway Man. (SABC3, 21:30)
21 March: Pamela Anderson is a guest on All round with Mrs Brown. (BBC Brit on DStv, 20:35)
22 March: Two con-artists take down the men who wronged them in Hustle. (M-Net, 20:05).
23 March: A caller commits suicide in Radio Silence. (M-Net, 21:50)

 

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10 March: Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts play the game of love in Notting Hill. (M-Net Movies All-Stars on DStv, 19:30).
11 March: A CIA agent goes on the run in Salt. (etv, 23:50)
12 March: Noughts and crosses is set in an alternate universe where native African people had gained a technological and organisational advantage over the Europeans. (M-Net, 22:05)
13 March: Taron Egerton embodies Elton John in Rocketman. (M-Net Movies Premiere on DStv, 23:10)
14 March: American Horror Story is back for its ninth series! The series titled 1984 is influenced by slasher movies. (M-Net, 22:00)
15 March: Inside the factory takes viewers into the largest breakfast cereal factory in Europe. (BBC Earth on DStv, 20:00).
16 March: Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin are the guests on The Late Late Show with James Corden. (M-Net, 23:00)

 

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3 March: Jeff Dunham is a guest on The Kelly Clarkson Show. (M-Net, 17:00).
4 March: The Disaster Artist is James Franco’s movie about the worst actor in Hollywood. Nominated for an Oscar. (M-Net Movies Smile on DStv, 22:30)
5 March: The Rock plays a security guard who works in the world’s tallest building and it’s on fire in Skyscraper. (M-Net Movies Action on DStv, 18:18)
6 March: Children see things differently! Kids say the darndest things will make you laugh out loud. (1Magic on DStv, 19:00)
7 March: A wealthy philanthropist Rachel Argyll is murdered and her son vehemently protests his innocence in Ordeal of innocence. (BBC First on DStv, 21:10)
8 March: Much-loved psychic medium Cindy Kruger connects with celebrities in Spirit. (SABC3, 19:30).
9 March: Nicole Kidman can be
seen as a cop who infiltrates a gang in the California desert in Destroyer. (M-Net Movies Premiere on DStv, 21:55)

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18 February: The Brit Awards will feature performances by Billie Eilish, Harry Styles and Rod Stewart among others. (BBC Brit on DStv, 22:00).
19 February: Follow a criminal psychologist who helps the NYPD to solve crimes in Prodigal Son. (M-Net, 21:00)
20 February: Frances Mcdormand plays a mother who challenges the police to solve her daughter’s murder in Three billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri. (M-Net Movies Action on DStv, 21:50)
21 February: SA documentary Stroop highlights the atrocities of rhino poaching. (M-Net Movies All Stars on DStv, 21:12)
22 February: After watching Super Scary Plane Landings going on a plane will be out of the question. (BBC Brit on DStv, 21:35)
23 February: Castaways embark on an adventure of a lifetime in Survivor SA. This series, hosted by Nico Panagio, is set in Samoa. (M-Net, 18:00).
24 February: Ramy Youssef is a Muslim millennial who tackles universal predicaments in his stand-up comedy special called Feelings. (M-Net Movies Smile on DStv, 22:15)

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11 February: German film director Werner Herzog talks to the final Soviet president in Meeting Gorbachov. (SundanceTV on DStv, 19:25).
12 February: Narcos is based on the life of famous druglord billionaire Pablo Escobar. (SABC3, 22:00)
13 February: Will the EFF disrupt President Ramaphosa’s speech? Watch the State of the Nation. (SABC2, 18:00)
14 February: A beekeeper is found murdered in the new series of Father Brown. (BBC First on DStv, 20:00)
15 February: The award-winning Zero Dark Thirty chronicles the hunt for Osama Bin Laden. (M-Net Movies Action on DStv, 20:00)
16 February: Bollywood in Durban? Kandasamys: The Wedding is the sequel to the hila-rious Keeping
up with the Kandasamys, where two families are trying to keep their children from dating. (M-Net, 20:05).
17 February: The Aussie far-mers must send their favourites home in Farmer wants a wife. (BBC Lifestyle on DStv, 19:00)

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