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Thursday, January 22, 2015


Now that the majority of viewers have caught the Golden Globes on M-Net Movies Premiere or M-Net 101, the M-Net channels can confirm that viewers will indeed find the best of the best from Hollywood on M-Net 101, M-Net Edge and the nine M-Net Movie channels.

The Affair, which scooped the award for Best TV Series: Drama started on M-Net Edge, channel 102 earlier this month and is screened on Wednesdays at 20h00. This sizzling series stars Ruth Wilson, who plays the role of a young waitress trying to save her marriage. The role also earned her the coveted award of Best Actress.

 The Golden Globe for Best Actor in a TV Series, Drama went to Kevin Spacey from the series House of Cards. House of Cards Season 3 (the latest season) will be screened on M-Net Edge later this year. Then there's also good news for viewers who missed the series Fargo, which garnered the awards for Best TV miniseries and Best Actor in a Miniseries (Billy Bob Thornton). M-Net Edge, channel 102 will replay Season 1 from January 17 at 21h00.

Furthermore, M-Net can confirm that Transparent, the winner in the category Best Series: Comedy or Musical, will be screened on M-Net Edge this winter, and M-Net Movies will continue to get the latest – and best – movies for viewers' enjoyment. The Grand Budapest Hotel, which scooped Best Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy will be aired on M-Net Movies Premiere, channel 103 on January 29 at 20h30.