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Friday, July 22, 2022


(Above: Roald Dahl’s The Witches)

For those who love a good police procedural, season three of FBI: Most Wanted is on DStv Catch Up. Watch as Team Leader Remy Scott guides the crew through another demanding week on the job.

It’s a laugh a minute on DStv Channel 122 with the Comedy Central Open Window available to DStv Compact customers from July 25 to August 9. Look forward to The Daily Show with Trevor Noah and the Roast of Khanyi Mbau on August 8 at 21h00

Settle in for a bus journey across the United Kingdom with a widower in The Last Bus, on BoxOffice. There’s a different kind of travel story in Topside, which follows the journey of a young girl and her family as they make a life for themselves in abandoned New York subways.

Growing up and getting older is fascinating: your body and your brain change and your appearance may be so different than when you were younger that you don’t even recognise yourself in the mirror! But there’s nothing to be afraid of, according to David Suzuki. Tune into Aging Well Suzuki Style (July 24 at 20:55 on Da Vinci, DStv Channel 318) as the intrepid octogenarian explores science and culture to find out if he has made it to 83 years because of his lifestyle choices or just by pure luck.


Here We Go S1

July 22 at 20h35 on BBC Brit (DStv Channel 120)

The Jessop family can’t help getting things just a little bit wrong – a lot of the time. In the series premiere, the clan tries to use a voucher for a day at an amusement park, with hilarious consequences. Starring Freya Parks and Tori Allen-Martin.

I Went Undercover

July 23 at 21h00 on ID (DStv Channel 171)

Undercover work is the most exciting, but risky part of law enforcement. However, when everyday citizens with no formal training go undercover, anything can happen. Doing the right thing has never been more dangerous.

Aging well Suzuki Style

July 24 at 20h55 on Da Vinci (DStv Channel 318)

David Suzuki, an 83-year-old Canadian, takes us on a journey to learn how to live better and age well. As he travels across Canada, meeting everyday people, Suzuki explores how much ageing depends on genetics and how much it relies on external factors.

The Bachelor in Paradise S7

July 27 at 21h30 on ME (DStv Channel 115)

It's time to return to Bachelor Nation's favourite beach as a new batch of sexy singles make their way to paradise in hopes for a second – or third – chance at love. With a tropical paradise as their background, everyone’s hearts are sure to open up for romance.


FBI: Most Wanted S3

The third season of this pulsating crime drama from executive producer Dick Wolf comes to an end on July 26 at 21h30 on M-Net (DStv Channel 101). It’s a thrilling finale as the team chases an oligarch who goes on a terror spree in a desperate attempt to escape an impossible situation.

See FBI Most Wanted season 3 on DStv Catch Up.




July 22: Deep in the underbelly of New York City, a five year-old girl and her mother live among a community that has claimed the abandoned subway tunnels as their home.

My Sweet Monster

July 22: Princess Barbara is secretly in love with Prince Edward. When the sneaky post clerk Weasel demands the king to marry him to Barbara, she flees. Sweet monster Boogey does everything in his might to help Barbara save the kingdom.


July 25: 16-year-old Abby's life changes when a traveling rock band gets stuck in her small town.

The Last Bus

July 25: An old man crosses the UK just using local buses. He makes new friends along the way and at the end of the journey he finds a special kind of closure.


July 28: An assassin-for-hire finds that he's become a target after he refuses to complete a job for a dangerous criminal organization. A remake of the 2003 Belgian film The Memory of a Killer.



The Daily Show with Trevor Noah

Tuesday to Friday at 23h30 | DStv Channel 122: South African comedian Trevor Noah hosts this nightly round-up of the latest news, keeping audiences entertained while sharing crucial current affairs information.



Klein Karoo 2

July 23 at 20h00 on kykNET (DStv Channel 144): Frans, a 38-year-old documentary director, is forced to take a step back and re-evaluate his life after he was unexpectedly left in front of the altar for the second time. Starring Tim Theron and Anel Alexander. Full-length feature

 Black Friday

July 23 at 22h30 on M-Net (DStv Channel 101): A horror comedy pivoted on the chaos of Black Friday shoppers. A group of toy store workers must deal with shoppers seeking discounts, bargains, and even blood!

Roald Dahl’s The Witches

July 24 at 18h15: Anne Hathaway leads an amazing cast in this fun yet creepy movie based on Roald Dahl’s novel. A boy and his grandmother have a run-in with a coven of witches and their leader.

Meet the Blacks

July 24 at 20h00 | M-Net Movies 1 (DStv Channel 104): Mike Epps stars in this spoof comedy. A Chicago family move into a wealthy Beverly Hills neighbourhood where, unbeknownst to them, it’s “purge” night.

John Wick: Chapter 3 Parabellum

July 24 at 20h30 on M-Net Movies 4 (DStv Channel 108): Keanu Reeves fights for his life in this third instalment. After killing a member of the international assassin's guild, John Wick is on the run from every assassin in the world.

Free Guy

July 24 at 20h05 on M-Net (DStv Channel 101); Ryan Reynolds takes centre stage in this larger-than-life action sci-fi movie. A bank teller discovers that he's actually an NPC inside a brutal, open-world video game.