Best Leftovers Ever!
Netflix South Africa
10h00 (all episodes)
Reality Competition, Food
Decadent pasta from day-old fries? Skillful cooks transform tired leftovers into tantalizing new dishes in this wildly creative culinary competition.
The kings and queens of leftover cooking will take a leftover dish on an epic journey across two rounds.
Each half-hour after party, our home cooks will compete in the ultimate food makeover, finding ways to give old leftovers new life, all in the hopes of winning a $10,000 prize.
Join host Jackie Tohn and judges David So and Rosemary Shrager as they watch the contestants transform leftovers into delicious creations.
kykNET (DStv 144)
In 2019, a florist at Cape Town's Trafalgar flower market, Fadielah Gamildien (or Deelia, as her friends and family call her), made an impression with her witty sayings during an episode of Die Siener.
Now Deelia takes centre stage in the two-part documentary series Blomdraers.
In the series the history of the flower sellers in the Cape is explored, with special focus on the 150-year-old flower market in Adderley Street.
We look at the route of flowers to the market - from the farms in Gauteng to the flower auctions at Multiflora in Johannesburg, all the way to their arrival at Adderley Street in Cape Town.
We also meet Cecilia, the oldest flower carrier on the market. Flower carrier is the name that Deelia and other flower sellers gave themselves decades ago.
Deelia's family is also part of the series - everyone lives together in their modest house in Grassy Park, including seven children and a grandchild.
A tragic incident struck her and her family some time ago, a story Deelia shares.
MTV (DStv 130)
As the world continues practicing social distancing, people are online more than ever looking for connections.
On the first all-virtual season of Catfish, Nev and Kamie work together remotely to investigate uncertain online relationships and help uncover the truth.
From deceiving roommates and reality stars to twins and international borders, more lies are tossed around, more traps are set and more hearts are on the line than ever before.