Zee World (DStv 166)
Based in the contemporary times, the show narrates the story of two families from Madhya Pradesh.
The Prajapatis are a respectable upper-class family with an established family business headed by Vasundhara, who is also the decision maker in all the important aspects related to her family members.
In contrast to them are The Shuklas, a traditional upper middle class family with a business in gems and stones.
Bhoomi, one of the daughters in the Shukla family, has been raised as a protected child and was given a good education.
In a series of surprising events, Bhoomi's marriage is fixed with Vasundhara's nephew Ayushmaan, who was already in love with Bhoomi.
But when their traditional families find out about this, they feel cheated and their lives turn topsy-turvy trying to win the families over.
Eventually, Bhoomi turns up as a bride in the Prajapati mansion, bringing good luck and prosperity to the family.
Porsha's Having a Baby
Vuzu (DStv 116)
The Real Housewives of Atlanta Porsha's Having a Baby special documents the birth of her daughter, Pilar Jhena.
Porsha is engaged to the love of her life and expecting her first child. Her fairytale ending is not without its share of drama however, and she and Dennis soon realise that they may be in over their heads.
In an effort to garner the support they desperately need, they decide to bring in reinforcements - their mothers.
Between disagreeing on where they should call home and struggling to blend their families all under one roof, the couple must do everything in their power to prepare for their baby.
Prince Charles: Inside the Duchy of Cornwall
ITV Choice (DStv 123)
Documentary Series, Factual
This series offers an unprecedented insight into the Duchy of Cornwall, which covers 130,000 acres across 23 countries, touching coast, countryside and city.
This unique, 700-year-old institution is both an ancient Royal estate, providing the personal income for every Duke of Cornwall since 1337, and a forward-thinking 21st century business, generating an income of over 20-million pounds per year for The Prince, his family and charitable organisations.
The first episode examines the life's work of Prince Charles as the longest serving Duke of Cornwall - referred to simply by his staff and tenants as 'the Boss'.
The second episode asks what the Prince of Wales's legacy might be for the Duchy, as senior staff prepare HRH Prince William for the day that he will succeed his father.