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Friday, June 2, 2017


M-Net (channel 101 on DStv), M-Net Binge and M-Net City (channel 115 on DStv) highlights for June 2017 (NB: This line-up is subject to change):

June 3 at 21h30:
Regression 16VSNL. Ethan Hawke and Emma Watson delve into the dark world of cults in this crime drama. A detective unearths a satanic cult while investigating the rape case of a young woman.
June 10 at 21h30:
Cell - 16VSL. Horror Science Fiction. Based on Stephen King’s apocalyptic novel of the same name, this world-ending horror sees a mysterious pulse turn cell phone users into vicious predators.

June 17 at 21h30: Equals 13VS Drama. Love is a dangerous thing in this dystopian sci-fi romance starring Kristen Stewart. In an emotionless utopia, a mysterious disease causes two people to regain their feelings.

June 24 at 21h30: The Keeping Room 16VS Set during the American Civil War, this brooding western drama sees three women forced to defend themselves against two rogue soldiers, who are on a mission of pillage and violence.

June 4 at 20h05:
Batman Vs Superman: Dawn Of Justice 13VL Action Science Fiction. The Man Of Steel and the Dark Knight face-off in an epic battle, in this much-anticipated superhero epic from director Zack Snyder.
June 11 at 20h05:
Jason Bourne. 16V Action. Thriller. Oscar-winner Matt Damon reprises his role as the CIA’s most dangerous former operative on a mission to uncover the truths about his past, in this explosive action-thriller.
June 18 at 20h05:
Now You See Me 2 PG13VL Action Comedy. In this sequel to the hit 2013 crime drama about a group of masterful illusionists, the four horsemen resurface and are forcibly recruited into yet another seemingly impossible heist.
June 25 at 20h05:
The Mechanic Resurrection 16VL. Action Crime. Jason Statham is joined by Jessica Alba in this action-infused sequel. A master assassin must scale the globe to complete three impossible assassinations

Season 3 starts at Thursdays at 18h00 of The Odd Couple. In the season premiere of this revamped comedy, Oscar (Golden Globe-nominee Matthew Perry) is forced to deal with a lovesick Felix. From the Emmy-winning producer of Frasier.
Also taking place on Thursdays – at 23h25 - is the start of Season 2 of Aquarius. This chilling drama starring Golden Globe-winner David Duchovny, sees Hodiak and Shafe search for Charmain, who was kidnapped.
June 3:
19h30: NCIS. Season 14 starts. In the season premiere, the NCIS team investigates a deadly car explosion in DC that connects to NCIS Special Agent Nicholas “Nick” Torres. Emmy-nominated crime drama.
June 6
22h30: Broadchurch. Season 3 returns from break. Important pieces of evidence come to light against all the key suspects in the case, as Ellie and Hardy feel the vice tightening. This acclaimed drama follows the investigation of a brutal assault.
June 9
19h30: World Of Dance - "The Qualifiers". Season 1 starts. Jennifer Lopez serves as a judge and producer on this reality competition series that gives elite dancers the opportunity to compete for a life-altering grand prize.
20h30: Macgyver  - "Flashlight”. Season 1 returns from Break. Mac and the team travel to Hawaii, where they team up with Chin and Kono from the Hawaii Five-0 task force to rescue a group of government scientists. The producer of ‘24’ backs this action-packed drama.
June 14
21h30: Animal Kingdom - "Eat What You Kill". Series starts. Golden Globe-nominee Ellen Barkin stars in this intense drama from the producer of Southland. A family of criminals support their seemingly carefree lifestyle through criminal activities.
22h30: House Of Cards - "Chapter 53" Season 5 starts. Academy Award-winner Kevin Spacey returns as power-hungry politician Frank Underwood, for another season of critically acclaimed dark political drama that spirals into all-out war.
June 15
19h30: NCIS Los Angeles - "Payback" (double episode) Emotions run high for the team when one agent is held in an unknown location and tortured, while another is betrayed by someone least expected. Emmy-nominated crime drama.
June 16
23h30: Silicon Valley - "Success Failure" Season 4 starts. The Emmy-winning tech comedy premieres in the wake of Pied Piper’s click farm scandal, where the guys struggle to find funding for their video-chat app. Following the triumphs of a group of underdog developers.
June 20
22h30: The Fall - Season 3 starts. In the chilling season premiere of this unsettling crime thriller, serial killer Paul Spector is rushed to Belfast General Hospital where staff attempt to save his life. Jamie Dornan and Gillian Anderson star.
June 24
23h05: Modus. Season 1 starts. In the series premiere of this chilling Swedish thriller, a criminal psychologist finds herself and her autistic daughter drawn into an unsettling investigation surrounding a series of brutal killings.
June 27
23h30: Chance – “The Summer Of Love". Season 1 starts. In the series premiere of this compelling psychological thriller, neuroscientist Eldon Chance (Golden Globe-winner Hugh Laurie) decides to help to an enigmatic woman with an abusive ex-husband.
June 29
21h30: The Blacklist - Dembe Zuma. Season 4 returns. After weeks of hunting Dembe, Red and the task force finally get a lead on his whereabouts. Golden Globe-nominee James Spader is the FBI’s most wanted criminal, in this fast-paced thriller.