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SUN 30.06


1Magic (DStv channel 103), 8pm

After Junior gets an offer for a dream job working with Migos, Dre and Bow are determined to convince him to return to college and get his degree.

Whip the Chef

SABC3 (DStv channel 193), 9am

Travel the length and breadth of the country in search of great locations, tasty dishes and the wonderful variety of cultures and food tastes of South Africa.

Royal Jew From Swaziland

SABC2 (DStv channel 192), 12pm

The story of every convert to Judaism is a gripping tale of spiritual discovery. In the case of Natan Gamedze, that journey began 40 years ago in eSwatini, where he was born into royalty.

1’s and 2’s

SABC1 (DStv channel 191), 6pm

A local talent reality show in search of South Africa’s next superstar deejay and music producer. The show is edgy and has an exciting entertainment format.

MON 01.07

The Americans

M-Net City (DStv channel 115), 8pm


In the sixth and final season premiere, a major arms control summit of immense importance to the US and Russia looms in the autumn of 1987. This critically acclaimed spy thriller follows the lives of two KGB agents.


M-Net City (DStv channel 115), 9pm


Golden Globe nominee Alan Cumming (The Good Wife) stars in this slick crime thriller about a gifted psychology professor who helps the New York Police Department while on the hunt for a serial killer.

TUE 02.07


SABC1 (DStv channel 191), 7.30pm

A locally produced variety series regularly travels to all the regions of South Africa to look at special events and glamorous functions, as well as to highlight the latest trends, fads and fashion.

Shed and Buried: Cornwall

Discovery (DStv channel 121), 7.30pm

In Cornwall, Henry and Sam meet a collector whose cottage is full of memorabilia, penny farthings and lights of all descriptions – watched over by Buster, the guard rabbit.

WED 03.07

Will & Grace

M-Net (DStv channel 101), 7.30pm


The season premiere sees Grace have an accidental run-in with a bad-tempered man she follows on Twitter. Emmy nominee David Schwimmer guest stars in this episode of the acclaimed comedy.

Animal Kingdom

M-Net City (DStv channel 115), 8.50pm


In the season finale, J realises the danger of balancing his role in the family with his personal ambitions. A grim crime drama from the producer of Southland.

The Enemy Within

M-Net (DStv channel 101), 9pm


In the series premiere of this psychological thriller, former CIA agent Erica Shepherd – one of the most notorious traitors in American history – is brought out of a federal prison to help track down a terrorist.

THU 04.07

Little Women LA

Lifetime (DStv channel 131), 7.55pm


This show follows close friends with big hearts and big personalities who have a physical trait in common: they are all little people.


M-Net City (DStv channel 115), 8pm


In the series premiere of this action-packed crime drama from Emmy Award-winner Dick Wolf, a bomb explosion devastates a residential apartment building.


M-Net (DStv channel 101), 10.10pm


Inspired by the writings of Bruce Lee, the premiere of this gritty crime drama opens in San Francisco in 1878, where Ah Sahm, a newly arrived Chinese immigrant, meets Chinatown’s most ruthless gang.

FRI 05.07


M-Net (DStv channel 101), 10pm


Golden Globe-winner Julia Louis-Dreyfus stars in this critically acclaimed satirical comedy parodying American politics with frightening accuracy.

Dr Pimple Popper: A Lipoma is Born

TLC (DStv channel 135), 10pm

Barbara’s back lump became more noticeable after she lost 59kg. The multiple bumps on Hilda’s eyelids have caused her depression.

SAT 06.07

Tamara Dey

SABC3 (DStv channel 193), 12pm

Born Tamara Nathalie Atzeni to an Italian father and a South African mother, muso Tamara Dey is a native of Belgium and grew up in Centurion, Pretoria.

Friends Like These

SABC1 (DStv channel 191), 6pm

This highly entertaining, people-based game show has something for everyone.

Rachel Getting Married

SABC2 (DStv channel 192), 9pm

A young woman who has been in and out of rehab for the past 10 years returns home for the weekend for her sister’s wedding.

Afro Cafe

SABC2 (DStv channel 192), 11pm

The best in locally produced Afro soul music.

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