Kids’ entertainment to kick off the new school year

School holidays draw to a close this week, but if your little one gets to watch some TV, then DStv has some awesome viewing just for them.

A reworked Snow White tale hits our screens this week and a teenage football star joins a prestigious football academy.

Snow White’s New Adventure

This iconic story was first told on screen in 1937 and also happens to be Disney’s very first animated movie. Snow White’s New Adventure takes this magical tale one step further when a young girl goes in search of her missing father and discovers Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’ hidden cottage. Teaming up with her new friends, Hanna finds clues about her father’s whereabouts which leads to trouble with the evil queen. Voice-overs by Riley Jackson and Felicia Zoberman.

Saturday 11 January on M-Net (101) at 15:30

Disney 11 S3

This series, also titled Once, follows the story about a teen footballer who’s accepted to attend a prestigious football academy. Here, he learns the truth about his family and also leads his team to victory against their biggest rivals.

Monday 13 January on Disney XD (304) at 17:00


The Loud House

Lincoln Lloyd is an 11-year-old boy with a whopping 20 sisters. To navigate his super large family, he goes on adventures with his best friend Clyde in order to survive the craziness of his life. In this episode, Lincoln tries to delay his parent-teacher conference as his marks aren’t up to scratch and on the day of her first date with Benny, Luan wakes up with a pimple, so she turns to her siblings for help.

Monday 13 January on Nickelodeon (305) at 14:25


Zig and Sharko

Zig the hyena is stranded on a desert island where Marina the mermaid lives. All he wants to do is eat this mythical creature but there’s one problem, Marina has a shark for a bodyguard. In this episode, Zig becomes ill with an infected kidney. Following his screams for help, Marina arrives at the beach to save the day.

Monday 13 January on Boomerang (302) at 17:20

This week’s awesome kids’ movies and series will keep the youngster entertained as they prepare for the new school year. 

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