Step away from the daily stress with DStv Premium this July, with series, documentaries and movies.
Brain teasing mysteries include new local thriller series Reyka and a brand-new addition to a much-loved franchise wit, Law & Order: Organised Crime. Mystery gets a supernatural spin in the return of Nancy Drew and you can test which of your family members is the best detective, with a brand-new season of The Masked Singer.
If the names John C. Reilly, Fred Armisen and Tim Heidecker have your attention, please enter the habitat of NASA comedy series Moonbase 8. And if you have a song in your heart, you might be headed for Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist. There are also new dramas like Us and Republic of Sarah, along with returning series like A Million Little Things.
Documentary lovers, July is shark month on DStv and while you’ll find sharky content across the packages, Premium has the exclusive on the OG Shark Week founders as the Discovery Channel bares its teeth with brand-new shark shows. And Michael Palin brings us the stories behind his adventures in Michael Palin's Travel.
Since we’re still not quite back at the movie theatres yet, DStv Premium is helping you to re-create that special Saturday movie outing feeling for your own kids, with the latest box office hits like Pinocchio, and classics like The SpongeBob Movie.
Grownups get their weekend movie treats, too, with the Joaquin Phoenix Joker movie, action films, some intriguing science fiction like 2067, horror, and romantic dramas like After We Collided.
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The big one!
If you’ve been addicted to M-Net’s local dramas like Inconceivable and Still Breathing, it’s time to make Sunday night at 20:00 your special TV time. New serial killer cop drama Reyka features Kim Engelbrecht and Game of Thrones star Iain Glen in a battle of wits against the backdrop of KZN’s eerie cane fields. There are already loads of cast interview videos online on M-Net’s YouTube channel, long with series information on M-Net official website, and on dstv.co.za, so study those case files and prepare to get sucked into that one show everyone is going to be talking about on Monday morning. Sunday blues, who?