New on TV today: Monday 10 September

Written by Shows Editor from the blog New Shows and Seasons on 10 Sep 2018
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Channel: E! (DStv 124)
TX Time: 20h00
Genre: Docu-Reality

Follows Ashlee Simpson and Evan Ross - son of music legend Diana Ross - as they juggle their lives as soul mates, parents, musicians and artists.

With the addition of their eclectic group of friends and famous family who fill their abode with laughter and love, there's never a dull moment in this young duo's household.

The non-stop life of Ashlee and Evan will showcase the modern day millennial renaissance couple raising a family while building on a burgeoning career.

Australia's Best Houses 7

Channel: The Home Channel (DStv 176)
TX Time: 19h00
Genre: Reality

Best Houses brings to life the heart and soul of everything house and home. Author and host, Gary Takle, is on a quest to discover what truly makes a house work. 

Each episode walks you through some of the most exciting and visually stunning houses in Australia.

From sprawling country estates to urban homes in compact spaces, viewers of Best Houses get an up-close look inside some of the most inspiring dwellings around, while in-depth interviews allow them to meet the professionals who create them.


Channel: BET (DStv 129)
TX Time: 22h30
Genre: Drama

Roxanne is a business school graduate. Her boyfriend Ntando is a lawyer and when he gets an offer at the biggest law firm in Johannesburg, Roxanne is less than pleased to leave Cape Town for Jozi.

Soon her darkest secret is revealed: her ex-lover is Killer, the leader of the most notorious gang in Jo'burg - The Vutha Boys. Killer is obsessed with Roxanne and kidnaps her as soon as she arrives.

Now, Ntando is forced to join a rival gang, the Mambas, to try and save the love of his life.

TVSA Show Page: Z'bondiwe

Billion Dollar Deals and How They Changed Our World

Channel: BBC Brit (DStv 120)
TX Time: 21h00
Genre: Documentary Series, Factual

The story of how our world was changed by people we have never heard of, transforming our lives without us realising it had even happened.

Across three episodes topics such as health, money and work are examined, looking at the deals that have transformed the way we talk about and treat mental health, a look at how tech giants brought about the digital payment revolution, and a look at how work transformed from being what we did to who we are.

Hard to Kill
Hard to Kill

Hard to Kill

Channel: Discovery Channel (DStv 121)
TX Time: 21h00
Genre: Reality

Growing up in Texas, the people Tim Kennedy respected most were the cowboys, the lumberjacks and the roughnecks in the oil fields – hardworking people doing tough jobs where you put your life on the line every day.

Now, Kennedy - a US Army Ranger and MMA fighter - is touring the United States to shine a spotlight on the nation's toughest workers by spending a day walking, and working, in their shoes.

From smoke jumpers to nuclear welders to bullfighters, in each episode Tim risks life and limb to reveal the everyday heroics in difficult jobs.

Paranormal Survivor 4

Channel: CBS Reality (DStv 132)
TX Time: 21h10
Genre: Supernatural, Documentary Series

Each episode tells the terrifying and life-changing stories of survivors of paranormal experiences.

In each hour-long episode the stories are inter-linked by a specific supernatural theme, while professionals in the field give expert insight into these extraordinary events.

This season, themes include possession, spirits that harm and demons as well as hauntings that involve animals and historic places.

Real Health 7

Channel: The Home Channel (DStv 176)
TX Time: 18h00
Genre: Lifestyle, Talk Show

Holistic health experts and professionals join Real Health host, Stacey Holland, to discuss real-life health conditions. They explore causes, symptoms and holistic ways of treating these conditions and how these solutions, when practiced correctly, can lead to a healthier mind, body and soul. 

On each episode, these experts delve deep into the root of what happens at biological, physiological and psychological levels when healthy living is practiced holistically.

They inform the viewer of the roles played by diet, exercise, and lifestyle choices on their overall well-being, and the viewer in turn learns about the diverse approaches to health that suit different lifestyles, personalities and beliefs.


Actors in this post: Ashlee Simpson, Evan Ross

Shows in this post: Z'bondiwe


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