Cape Town – Congratulations you've made it through another
week; and now you can reward yourself with some time on the couch.
Instead of just channel flipping, we're recommending five shows that you can tune into over the weekend.
From Chester Williams' last interview to an award-winning local mockumentary, to a National Geographic documentary series featuring local celebrities and a brand-new season of the Bosch – there is something for everyone.
1) Chester Williams' last TV interview
Friday, 13 September
17:30 Via (DStv 147)
In this interview – filmed only a few days before his death – Chester looks back at his illustrious career on the rugby field and how he became one of the most famous names in Springbok rugby.
2) Tali's Wedding Diary
Friday, 13 September
20:50 Vuzu (DStv 161)
A Showmax original and the winner of 5 Saftas!
S1/E1 Tali's boyfriend Darren has just proposed! But just as Tali's about to announce it on Facebook, frenemy Gabi posts her engagement photo, and it's far more impressive. But no one beats Tali on social media. No one.
3) English Premiership
Saturday, 14 September
15:50 Supersport 3 (DStv 203)
Premier League - Matchday 5: Manchester United vs Leicester City live from Old Trafford.
4) Activate: The Global Citizen Movement
Sunday, 15 September
20:00 National Geographic (DStv 181)
Activate will take audiences from the Global Citizen Festival stages to the front lines of change around the world while spotlighting real-time efforts to address issues related to extreme poverty. Through the eyes of activists including Hugh Jackman, Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Becky G, Usher, Common, Rachel Brosnahan, Gayle King, Bonang Matheba, Pharrell Williams, Darren Criss and Uzo Aduba, and told through the iconic storytell-ing lens of National Geographic, viewers will hear the stories, meet the people and wit-ness first-hand the work that is being done to combat extreme poverty and inspire a global movement.
Season 5 kicks off fifteen months after bringing his mother's killer to justice, Bosch finds himself seeking the truth on two fronts. New evidence in an old case leaves everyone wondering whether Bosch planted evidence to convict the wrong guy. And a murder at a Hollywood pharmacy exposes a sophisticated opioid pill mill, sending Bosch down a dark and perilous path in pursuit of the killers.
Compiled by Leandra Engelbrecht.