Kentucky Murder Mystery: The Trials of Anthony Gray
Investigation Discovery (DStv 171 / StarSat 223)
True Crime, Documentary
Who killed James and Vivian Gray? Scott County KY prosecutors say the Grays' son Anthony did.
In 2007, retirees James and Vivian Gray are gunned down in their rural Kentucky home. The police suspect their only son Anthony, and he confesses to the murders.
But the Grays are not who they seem, and neither is the investigation or his confession.
Now, while Anthony sits in prison, determined prosecutors and dogged public defenders must settle a Kentucky murder mystery the story of a broken family, a mysterious gun-running ring.
Amy Schumer Presents Mark Normand: Don't Be Yourself
Comedy Central (DStv 122)
New York City-based Mark Normand is one of the fastest-rising comedians in the comedy world right now.
In his first one-hour special, Normand elevates the plight of the introvert, dissecting the simple interactions in life that can be nightmares for less outgoing people.
Mark explores the problem with modern manliness, the struggles faced by introverts and how watching your parents have sex would be the most effective punishment.
Normand tackles dating, parties, small talk, manliness and all the pitfalls of "being yourself", leaving audiences freshly enlightened about life as a shy-guy.
The Newsroom 2
M-Net City (DStv 115)
The Newsroom follows the "News Night" team on their quixotic mission to do the news well in the face of a fickle audience, corporate mandates and tangled personal relationships.
It's a year later, and in the days leading up to election night 2012, the News Night staff is being prepared to give depositions in a lawsuit - the circumstances of which unfold throughout the season.
A mysterious tip has led to the airing of a story with consequences no one could have anticipated.
The series is set at the fictional cable network ACN, but the news stories covered in the "News Night" cablecast are often actual past news events, or are inspired by them.
The Newsroom offers an opportunity to return to and relive the news that made headlines as they watch it unfold for the show's characters, who race to put together the broadcast.
Covering the period from August 2011 to November 2012, the second season touches on the administration's anti-terrorism policy, Occupy Wall Street, Troy Davis, Trayvon Martin, Benghazi and, of course, the primaries and general election.
New to the guest cast in Season 2 is Marcia Gay Harden as Rebecca Halliday, a lawyer hired to defend ACN staffers in its wrongful-termination case.
Also guesting this season are Hamish Linklater as Jerry Dantana, who temporarily replaces Jim when he leaves to cover the Romney campaign; and Grace Gummer as Hallie Shea, a reporter competing with Jim on the Romney campaign.
Constance Zimmer also guest stars as Taylor Warren, a Romney campaign press spokesperson who questions the coverage her campaign is getting from the media.
In the Season 2 premiere, "First Thing We Do, Let's Kill All the Lawyers": Will and the News Night staff are questioned by their lawyer about a story they've aired that's become a network crisis.
An on-air remark by Will has him pulled from 9/11 anniversary coverage.
Jim volunteers to cover for an embed reporter on the Romney campaign and Neal investigates the beginnings of Occupy Wall Street.
In the second episode of the weekend double bill, "The Genoa Tip": A tip on a story that will ultimately cripple the network starts to become more real.
Mackenzie (Emily Mortimer) and Sloan (Olivia Munn) continue to push Will (Jeff Daniels) on drones as Don (Thomas Sadoski) urges Will to advocate for Troy Davis.
Maggie (Alison Pill) is un-friended by her roommate, but gets the assignment she's been begging for.
Neal (Dev Patel) gets arrested on Wall Street.
TVSA Show Page: The Newsroom 2