Vampires hot on the box

2010-10-04 00:00

FANS of all things vampire and supernatural can look forward to the return of two shows to South African television screens this week.

Season three of Supernatural starts at 10.15 pm on Thursday, October 7, on SABC3, and Vampire Diaries can be seen on Vuzu (DStv channel 123) from 8.30 pm tonight.

Supernatural opens with seven demons having escaped through the open gates of Hell to Lincoln, Nebraska, where they start a string of bizarre killings.

Vuzu’s screening of Vampire Diaries is a rebroadcast of season one with beautiful high school pupil Elena Gilbert (Nina Dobrev) and the two handsome vampire brothers, Stefan (Paul Wesley) and Damon Salvatore (Ian Somerhalder), who want to be more than her friends.

Other highlights this week include:

TODAY

• Fresh Living TV — e.tv at 5.30 pm: Host Ayanda Tini and the makeover team get to know Ted and Maeve, two pensioners living in a quaint Victorian house in Diep River.

• The Amazing Race — SABC3 at 8 pm: Eleven teams, including retired beekeepers Anita and Arthur Jones, are bidding to win the 13th season of The Amazing Race.

TOMORROW

• Redi On Mzansi — Mzansi Magic (DStv channel 107), 7.30 pm: Redi Tlhabi chats to the stars, co-writers and co-producers of the hugely successful SA film White Wedding, Kenneth Nkosi and Rapulana Seiphemo.

• The F Word — BBC Lifestyle (DStv channel 180) at 8.25 pm: Gordon Ramsay is on a mission to find Britain’s best local restaurant.

WEDNESDAY

• 30 Rock — SABC3, at 7.30 pm: Jack attends a party honouring Colin Powell and falls for a Democratic congresswoman. Meanwhile, Liz thinks her neighbour might be a terrorist.

• Top Ten At 10: My Life in Music — Mzansi Magic (DStv channel 107), 10 pm: Miss South Africa Nicole Flint chats to Thabo “T- Bose” Mokwele.

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