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Written by Shows Editor from the blog New Shows and Seasons on 22 Jul 2019
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Ready Set Reno

Channel: The Home Channel (DStv 176)
TX Time: 19h30
Genre: Home Improvement, Reality Makeover, Reality, DIY

Ready Set Reno

Design and construction power couple Michael and Carlene Duffy are scouring all corners of Australia in search of the best home renovations.

They do this whilst simultaneously trying to finish their own renovation that has been six years in the making.

Michael and Carlene follow a renovation from its nail biting design to the frustration of the usual renovation madness, to the giddy moment at the reveal.

Learn a thing or two and meet some of the best designers Australia has to offer, teaming up with real Australians battling to achieve their dream home.
 

Woman of Steel 5

Channel: Telemundo (DStv 118)
TX Time: 21h00
Genre: Telenovela

Woman of Steel 5

Vicenta Acero returns to Telemundo for the fifth and final season of Woman of Steel, set six years after the end of last season.

In the time that has passed, El Teca Martinez has entered the witness protection programme - and his need for revenge burns brighter than ever.

His main aim? To kill Vincenta's son, Danielito. This forces Vicenta to flee to keep Danielito safe, so she leaves her old life behind and begins a new one.

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Dance Moms 8

Channel: Lifetime (DStv 131)
TX Time: 19h55
Genre: Docu-Reality

Dance Moms 8

The road has not been easy for Dance Moms star Abby Lee Miller. After completing her prison sentence last year, the dance instructor was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.

Abby has proven she is a fighter and is not ready to hang up the dance shoes.

Dance Moms 8 will follow Abby as she rebuilds her dance company while battling the after effects of cancer that has left her confined to a wheelchair.

Abby is ready to get back to her life and do what she loves most, which is teaching students to dance.
 

Predator Land

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

Predator Land

Africa - a savage continent, home to wild herds of majestic animals and legendary predators.

Although large parts of Africa's wilderness expanses are vanishing and challenged by an ever-expanding human population, there are some isolated enclaves, teaming with wildlife, that stand fast - highly protected and well guarded.

In South Africa the Kruger National Park, and its adjacent Greater Kruger National Park, form an area of over 20,000 km2 of wild land where lions, leopards, hyenas, wild dogs and cheetahs carve out territories to raise their young and hunt for food, just like thousands of generations did before them for over a million years.

In the first episode of the two-part series, "Lions": South Africa is the only country in Africa where Lion numbers are growing.

In this episode we follow two prides and highlight what makes them such successful cats.

In the second episode, "Leopards and Cheetahs": In Southern Africa, there are many more spotted cats like the cheetahs and leopards in this story.

They are ambassadors of two species now extinct in many parts of Africa.
 

The Swell Life

Channel: eReality (Openview 108)
TX Time: 16h55
Genre: Docu-Reality

The Swell Life

Takes a look inside the lives of former competitive surfer Izzy Paskowitz, his wife Danielle, their three children - one of whom is autistic - and their surf school business.

Watch their highs and lows, as they manage a business and a foundation for autistic children.
 

Restoration Australia 2

Channel: The Home Channel (DStv 176)
TX Time: 23h00
Genre: Home Improvement, Reality, DIY

Restoration Australia 2

Host Stuart Harrison, an architect and historian, follows homeowners as they restore forgotten heritage gems into living homes.

This time the restoration challenge moves beyond old colonial homes to embrace houses from all periods, including iconic modernist masterpieces and even an inner-city gasworks.

From grand city terraces, to countryside homesteads, we start at the beginning of the homeowners' restorations as they take the keys to their rundown properties in desperate need of some love, care and attention.

Their vision of recreating the houses to turn them into 'forever' homes isn't simple.

To faithfully restore with original fixtures and fittings, they first must replace termite damaged floors, water damaged walls, and rotten ceilings.

Some homes don't even have all four walls or a front door, but the homeowners cannot bear to see them torn down.

Stuart sets out to help them fall in love with their homes even more, by investigating the origins of the house and it's owners, informing viewers of the first homes of Australia and why they were built the way they were.

Restoration Australia is not just a case of will their budget and time be stretched to the limit, but how are they going to do the property justice whilst creating homes suitable for 21st century living, without losing the features they fell in love with in the first place.

 



1 Comment

Tashi
22 Jul 2019 11:31

Howz Abby Lee Miller for being a total reality TV sletty with her jail sentence - it was for bankruptcy fraud.

She apparently filed for bankruptcy while hiding a ton of cash that she earned from Dance Moms.

A link to an article about it on Women's Health: Why Was 'Dance Moms' Star Abby Lee Miller In Prison?


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