9 thrilling new series to stream on DStv Now


From the first episode of The Bachelor SA to new seasons of The Voice, Black-ish, NCIS: LA and fan favourite The Crossing, it’s like taking your decoder with you wherever you go. Stream these thrilling new series online at now.dstv.com or using the DStv Now app.

The Voice SA S3

Four coaches in swiveling red chairs decide on the fate of singing hopefuls in M-Net’s prestigious singing competition. New coaches Riky Rick, Riana Nel and Francois van Coke join veteran coach LIRA to discover SA's next big singing sensation. You can watch the first episode on YouTube and the rest of the season is available on the DStv Now app until 31 July 2019.

The Bachelor SA S1

His name is Lee Thompson. He’s a former Sharks Rugby player, likes savoury treats and is a dog lover. Any takers, ladies? M-Net is celebrating the month of love in true cupid fashion with our very own local version of The Bachelor. You can watch the first episode on YouTube and the rest of the season is available on the DStv Now app until 8 June 2019.

Escape at Dannemora S1

This Golden Globe-nominated prison drama follows two inmates whose lives have somehow become intertwined in the most illicit manner with one of their female wardens. Directed by Ben Stiller, this new drama has been receiving rave reviews and award nominations. Available until 3 May 2019.

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Les Miserables S1

From BBC First comes this new six-part miniseries. Victor Hugo’s classic, a historical novel set in France, is a beautiful story that explores the powerful themes of redemption, justice, survival, religion, different types of love and the politics of Paris at the time. Available until 13 March 2019.

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Carter S

Harley Carter returns to his small Canadian hometown after a public meltdown. Partnering with his police detective friend, he tries to use his acting experience to solve real crimes - what could possibly go wrong? Jerry O’Connell stars as the big-time actor who just wants his old life back in this comedy-drama. Available until 12 March 2019.

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Blackish S5

The Johnson family is back with a brand-new season showcasing their loveable and hilarious family dynamic. In the season premiere, Junior has been accepted to one of the finest universities in America and his parents Dre and Bow are beyond excited about this huge milestone. Junior is ceremoniously dropped off at his varsity res only for him to return home days later. Available until 17 August 2019.

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NCIS: LA S10

LL Cool J delivers tons of action in this award-winning undercover special projects drama. In season 10, the team will ensure to infiltrate a terrorist cell, solve the case regarding an elaborate bank heist where a single safe deposit box was stolen, as well as investigate the home invasion of Navy Captain Dean Hadlow. Available until 1 August 2019.

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The Brokenwood Mysteries S3

A fast-paced detective drama based in a fictitious New Zealand town that follows Neill Rea as Detective Mike Shepherd, as he solves a host of mysterious cases in and around Brokenwood. The first episode sees publican Ray Neilson decide to launch a tourist business, taking people on “Lord of the Ringz Tours”, but things fall apart when his wife’s body is discovered under a giant foam spider. Available until 17 March 2019.

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The Crossing S1

Follow the fascinating time-travel story of a community that fled and survived a war that took place 180 years in the future. They must survive in the old world (present day), which now features a race of hybrid humans with superpowers, who are determined to wipe out ordinary humans. Available until 25 May 2019.

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