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New on TV today: Sunday 2 June

Written by Shows Editor from the blog New Shows and Seasons on 02 Jun 2019
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Here We Go Again

Channel: Vuzu (DStv 116)
TX Time: 22h00
Genre: Comedy

Here We Go Again

Showcases three generations of Walker women whose lives are upended after a series of events sends them along an unexpected journey.

The half-hour series follows Maddy, a single mother who is convinced there is a "Walker Women's Curse," after being born to her mother, Loretta, at age 16, and having a child herself at age 16.

Maddy refuses to let her daughter Shante - now approaching her dreaded 16th birthday - become the next in line.

Though on a professional high and having fun dating Cedric, on the night of Shante's sweet 16 birthday old feelings resurface for her high school sweetheart Victor - Shante's dad - and in a moment of weakness, they have one more steamy night.

Maddy becomes shocked when at the age of 32 she discovers she is pregnant by Victor - again.

As they navigate the trials and triumphs encountered along the way, they discover that starting over just might be where the fun actually begins.
 

Secret Guide to Fabulous

Channel: eReality (Openview 108)
TX Time: 18h00
Genre: Reality, Reality Makeover

Secret Guide to Fabulous

Taking a note from Stephen Colbert who said "if you want to know where to invest, follow the gays," this 30-minute comedic "how to" series underscores that it's not about having it all, but rather knowing what to do with what you have.

The series showcases to everybody, straight or gay, some of the experts' secrets for living a stylish life - from freshening up your home, to overhauling your wardrobe or planning the menu for a dinner party.

In the series premiere, "Destination Wedding: What to Wear and What to Gift and How To Do Your Hair! Old Furniture Revamp": Rob and Theodore reveal secrets on how to dress, and what gifts to give for a wedding.

Also, beauty expert Ted Gibson shares tricks for locks for gals and guys, while John and Rob bring an outdated piece of furniture back in vogue.
 

Savage Kingdom 3: After the Fall

Channel: Nat Geo Wild (DStv 182 / StarSat 221)
TX Time: 18h00
Genre: Wildlife, Nature

Savage Kingdom 3: After the Fall

Following on from Savage Kingdom and Savage Kingdom: Uprising comes the third instalment - Savage Kingdom III: After the Fall.

For generations, Kings and Queens have ruled the bountiful Eden of Mombo, but a new age of terror is dawning.

Mmamotse, Commander of the hyena army, steals the throne. Her rotten army spreads fear, as the lions plot their revenge. Even the untouchable Pula struggles to safeguard her legacy.

As rising waters bring warring factions closer together, everyone prepares for battle. When darkness reigns, only the strongest will survive.

Using innovative techniques that continue to push the boundaries of wildlife storytelling, Savage Kingdom 3 follows a new clan of characters in Africa's richest and most dynamic habitat: the Okavango Delta.

Along with the familiar blood-curdling battles between leopards, lions, hyenas and wild dogs, we meet new characters like cheetahs, jackals and baboons.

They may once have been reviled, pitied, hated or seen as the cruelest of enemies, but in each new episode everything can change.

The only law is the law of survival.
 

The Joy of Data

Channel: Da Vinci Learning (StarSat 308)
TX Time: 22h00
Genre: Documentary, Technology

The Joy of Data

A witty and mind-expanding exploration of data, with mathematician Dr Hannah Fry which reveals what data is and how it is captured, stored, shared and made sense of.

Fry tells the story of the engineers of the data age, people most of us have never heard of despite the fact they brought about a technological and philosophical revolution.

For Hannah, the joy of data is all about spotting patterns. She sees data as the essential bridge between two universes - the tangible, messy world that we see and the clean, ordered world of maths, where everything can be captured beautifully with equations.

The film reveals the connection between Scrabble scores and online movie streaming, explains why a herd of dairy cows are wearing pedometers, and uncovers the network map of Wikipedia.

What's the mystery link between marmalade and One Direction?

But what of the future? Should we be worried by the pace of change and what our own data could be used for?

 

Channels in this post: Vuzu, eReality, Nat Geo Wild



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