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This Season Just Got Merrier With DSTV and GOTV’s Special Holiday Content 

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What’s on your to-do list this holiday season? If you’re like me and love to curl up in the couch to binge watch TV, DSTV and GOTV just got you covered with their awesome collection of unbeatable shows. You’re sure to have the best drama, sports, music and all the entertainment you need this holiday. That is if what we have below is anything to go by.

We’ve made our pick of the best shows not to miss this holiday. Feel free to thank us later.

DSTV

M-Net

Atomica:  A compelling and chilling sci-fi thriller. When the communications for a nuclear plant go offline a safety inspector is sent to check it out. What she finds is disturbing. Airs on Saturday 23 December at 21:00 CAT.

Trust Me (Premiere):  In the season premiere of this gripping British drama, a hardworking nurse (Jodie Whittaker) is forced to take drastic measures, after she’s suspended for whistleblowing. Premieres on Monday 18 December at 20:00 CAT.

Nightcap (Premiere): Insanity, absurdity and urgency reign in this crazy workplace comedy following a talent booker and the dysfunctional staff on her late-night talk show. Premieres on Friday 22 December at 20:00 CAT.

Crime & investigation

Village Of The Damned (Premiere):  Far in upstate New York on the edge of the Finger Lakes is a once idyllic seeming town called Dryden. For more than a decade an eerie and disturbing string of tragedies and murders have stalked the community. And, while some people say these events were all a mere coincidence, others are convinced the town is cursed. This chilling series follows events in Dryden beginning in 1989, when a horrifying Christmas-time massacre claims the lives of the Harris family. Tune in from Wednesday 20 December at 23:00 CAT.

CBS Reality

Uncovering The Date Rape Killer (Premiere): A 60-minute documentary on the serial killer in London who murdered four men between 2014 and 2015. He lured his victims on a gay dating app and gave them a lethal amount of sedative drugs, yet the police refused to believe that the murders were connected. Through key witness and expert testimony, “Uncovering The Date Rape Killer” traces the killers’ movements, from meeting his victims online through to his eventual capture. Airs from Monday 25 December at 21:00 CAT.

National Geographic

Titanic 20th Anniversary:  In December 1997, the movie Titanic was released and became the most successful move in history. Its success led to a renewed interest in the science and history of this iconic historical moment and propelled a whole wave of research. Now, James Cameron and a team of experts gather to understand what we now know and conclusively answer the questions – how and why did the Titanic sink? Watch this special on Saturday 30 December at 21:00 CAT.

You can get more on these exciting programmes and more on www.dstv.com

 

GOTV

E!Entertainment

Keeping Up with the Kardashians: Keeping Up with The Kardashians continues this month, including a Christmas special on 3 December. From backyard camping and wine tasting in Santa Barbara to jet-setting to Mexico for birthday celebrations, the Kardashian family is determined to get back to basics, but not without some challenges along the way. Join America’s favourite celebrity family as they meet life’s triumphs and tragedies head-on in their trademark style, supporting each other through the good and the bad. Airs on Sundays at 20:00 CAT.

WAGS LA: The diamonds and mansions don’t always come easy for the WAGs of Los Angeles, and season 3 of WAGS LA proves no one is immune to drama. As the series continues in December, Barbie sees a therapist in the hopes of getting her marriage back on track, while Natalie gets her groove back after she gives dating another try. Meanwhile, Nicole is thrown for a loop when Larry doesn’t want to wear a wedding ring, and Michelle and Brian deal with some unexpected news. The life of a WAG might mean plenty of posh perks, but the drama is never far behind on E!  On Mondays at 20:00 CAT.

CBS Reality

Uncovering The Date Rape Killer (Premiere): A 60-minute documentary on the serial killer in London who murdered four men between 2014 and 2015. He lured his victims on a gay dating app and gave them a lethal amount of sedative drugs, yet the police refused to believe that the murders were connected. Through key witness and expert testimony, “Uncovering The Date Rape Killer” traces the killers’ movements, from meeting his victims online through to his eventual capture. Airs from Monday 25 December at 21:00 CAT.

For more information, log onto www.gotvafrica.com

 

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