Enticing series for you to watch this week


Whether you love chaotic 1970s, the epic early 2000s or major events of 2016, it all awaits this week on DStv. Here are a few must-see series to watch on DStv this week.

If you haven’t had enough of US election discussions, take a look at the twisted humour in The Comey Rule S1. Focusing on events surrounding the last election that include information from former FBI Director James Comey’s memoir for reference, it is an interesting look at the beginnings of the Trump administration.

There are also new Box Sets available to binge this month, including Mrs America S1 which has received incredible praise for its portrayal of the important fight for equal rights for women. Also available to binge as a Box Set is NCIS LA S1.

Also coming to DStv this week are all six seasons of legendary series The Sopranos. Three episodes will screen daily on M-Net City, and the entire Box Set is also available to binge.

Still need more? Here is a list of all the Box Sets available this month. And as always, check What’s On for more information on DStv’s latest series.

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Let’s take a look at some of the shows on this week:

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The Comey Rule S1

Starring Jeff Daniels as former FBI Director James Comey, this series follows the turbulent (and sometimes comical) events surrounding the 2016 US elections. Based on Comey’s memoir, A Higher Loyalty, the political series also showcases the early months of the Trump presidency. Brendan Gleeson (End of Watch) gives a performance as Donald J Trump that is profound and well-executed. Watch the trailer here for a sneak peek at the enigmatic series.

Tuesday, 24 November on M-Net (DStv 101) at 12:30

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The Sopranos S1 – S6

Here is the perfect opportunity to get into one of the most legendary series – or relive the magic once more. A major New Jersey crime boss decides to seek therapy after realising his work life is taking a toll on his mental state. This black comedy touches on all the drama of life in a big crime family. There are triple bills every day and available as Box Sets – so there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy show that has won twenty-one Emmy Awards.

Daily from Monday, 23 November on M-Net City (DStv 115) at 22:30

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Mrs America – Season Finale

Starring Cate Blanchett, Rose Byrne and Uzo Aduba, this series is set during the troubling 1970s and details the political movements around the Equal Rights Amendment. The proposed amendment was designed to guarantee equal rights for all American citizens regardless of gender. Surprisingly, conservative women were against passing this act. A stunning and interesting look at the slow wheels of progress. The last episode in this historic mini-series means you’ll be able to binge the box-set at your own pace. Read more on this dynamite show here.

Monday, 23 November on M-Net (DStv 101) at 21:30

Looking for a similar series? Try World on Fire

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NCIS LA S11 – Season Finale

There’s never a dull moment for the NCIS. In the season finale, they help the Department of Justice to capture an arsonist who appears to be targeting safe houses that are used for protecting political activists seeking asylum. Since this information is extremely guarded, the investigation must take a look at a mole. While this series comes to an end, you can read more about the ins and outs of season 11 here.

Tuesday, 24 November on M-Net (DStv 101) at 19:30

Looking for a similar series? Try S.W.A.T.

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