M-Net City was a South African digital satellite television channel produced by M-Net for pay television platform DStv as a rebranded version of its predecessor M-Net Series Zone, and carried international content that had previously aired on other M-Net channels.
DStv: Channel 115
Bouquet: Premium, Extra, Compact
720p (16:9 HDTV)
"My City. My World." (April 2015 - August 2018)
"Home of Heroes" (September 2018 - October 2021)
M-Net City replaced M-Net Series Zone on Channel 115 on 6 April 2015, with largely the same programming, albeit it in a different scheduling structure.
The channel repeated international content previously broadcast in first-run by M-Net channels for the "Premium" bouquet subscribers (M-Net, M-Net Edge and Vuzu Amp), a line-up which began with comedies such as Modern Family and Last Man Standing, talk shows and Chicago PD, a crime and drama series.
The channel also screened blockbuster films on Saturdays and Sundays and binge viewing with back-to-back episodes over the weekends.
There are also fixed times for shows which air from Monday to Friday, borrowing a model established with the launch of M-Net Edge in 2014.
At launch, the schedule for the channel was as follows:
Weekdays, 17h00 - 19h00
Weekdays, 19h00 - 19h30
Weekdays, 20h00 - 21h00
Action and crime series
Saturdays and Sundays
A variety of movies in early primetime; from 19h30 series binges.
On Friday 1 July, 2016, the channel was upgraded from SD to HDTV (720p).
M-Net City was discontinued on 29 October, 2021, when the channel merged with Vuzu to form new channel Me.