Kyk wie Praat
kykNET (DStv 144)
Game Show, Reality Competition, Afrikaans
A group of mouthy kids between the ages of six and nine are asked questions. Four adult contestants have to guess what the answers of the little critters were.
Sounds easy, right? But children are completely unpredictable, in this game show hosted by De Klerk Oelofse.
The four contestants are eliminated, round by round, until only one remains, as nine children keep the contestants on their toes.
A contestant who earns enough points stands the chance of winning a weekend getaway for the whole family.
There is also the opportunity to win R10,000 per episode. If the money is not won, it is added to a jackpot prize up for grabs in the final episode.
The four contestants who earned the most points in the previous 12 episodes will compete in this season finale.
Four celebs will take part in the first episode: Emo Adams, Margit Meyer-Rödenbeck, Pierre Greeff and Tracey Lange.
The prize money in this episode will go to a charity of the winner's choice.
HGTV (DStv 177)
Reality, Home Improvement, Reality Makeover
Follows sisters Lyndsay Lamb and Leslie Davis - who are among the top-selling real estate agents in the Pacific Northwest - as they help struggling homeowners sell their seemingly unsellable homes in record time.
Lyndsay, an expert in home renovation, design and staging; and Leslie, an expert in budget and negotiations, are so confident they can sell any home that they're willing to invest their own money to make the sale.
In the series premiere, "No Appeal to Curb Appeal": Leslie and Lyndsay work their design magic to sell a desperate couple's historic bungalow - and they're investing their own money to make the improvements.
In the second episode of the weekly double bill, "Road House to Show House": Leslie and Lyndsay help a family struggling to sell their roadside rambler.
Hoping to distract buyers from the road noise outside, the twins make some bold design choices to turn the dated ranch house into a stylish home.
M-Net (DStv 101)
Three weeks, six countries - one divorce? Sometimes you need to spend time together to see why you're falling apart.
Douglas Petersen is looking forward to a grand tour of Europe with his wife Connie and their only son Albie.
It is supposed to be the trip of a lifetime - a last chance for the three of them to spend quality time together before Albie leaves home for university.
But things don't go as Douglas has meticulously planned...
VIA (DStv 147)
Food, Reality, Afrikaans
South Africa's first Michelin-star chef, Jan-Hendrik van der Westhuizen, returns for a new season filled with breathtaking culinary creations and locations.
The third season of Jan charts the efforts to launch the chef's latest venture Klein JAN, a new restaurant in the heart of the Kalahari desert.
Klein JAN is Jan's homecoming project and the subject of Season 3 of JAN.
Whereas seasons 1 and 2 were culinary travelogues that transported you to Italy and France and charted Jan Hendrik's journey to Michelin stardom, the third season is more intimate and closer to home.
Season 3 traces the origin and evolution of an idea that arrives on a swarm of white butterflies and culminates in an opening night under African stars.
Throughout the eight episodes, Jan Hendrik takes you into his confidence about what a farm boy from Middelburg, whose whimsical fusion of South African cuisine with the finest French cooking has won favour with the world's most exacting food critics on the French Riviera, dreams of in the enormous silence of the Kalahari desert.
The setting for Klein JAN is Tswalu Kalahari, the largest private game reserve in South Africa, owned and operated by the Oppenheimer family.
Its journey to culinary destination began several years ago when Jonathan and Nicky Oppenheimer enjoyed a meal at JAN, Jan Hendrik's restaurant in Nice that has become the object of pilgrimage for South Africans traveling through the south of France.
Eventually this meeting led to a hundred-year-old cottage in the proverbial middle of nowhere that would become the logistical and emotional crux of Jan Hendrik's new beginning.
In the Season 3 premiere, "Under African Skies": Jan journeys from the idyllic French Riviera to the great silence of the Kalahari Dessert, a landscape of contrasts and mystical beauty.
Here you can dream and – if you listen carefully – hear the stars.
It is a new beginning full of apprehension and excitement as the Klein JAN restaurant is built.
M-Net City (DStv 115)
Snowfall is a one-hour drama set against the infancy of the crack cocaine epidemic and its ultimate radical impact on the culture as we know it.
In the Season 4 premiere, "Re-Entry": With violence in South Central ramping up, Franklin attempts to stop a gang war from exploding.
Gustavo and Teddy deal with pipeline issues and local reporter Irene Abe attempts to understand what's happening to her neighbourhood.
Meanwhile, Leon charts a new path.
In the second episode next week, "Weight": Chaos reigns as Franklin's plans go awry and he turns to an old flame for help.
Leon struggles without Franklin, Cissy takes a more active role in Franklin's business and Gustavo's world is shaken.
Also, Irene finds her way to Alton's shelter.
The Sinner 3
Netflix South Africa
10h00 (all episodes)
The Sinner's third installment follows Detective Harry Ambrose (Bill Pullman) as he begins a routine investigation of a tragic car accident on the outskirts of Dorchester, in upstate New York.
Ambrose uncovers a hidden crime that pulls him into the most dangerous and disturbing case of his career.
The season follows troubled but unassuming school teacher named Jamie Burns (Matt Bomer) and a fatal car accident he endures with a college friend, Nick Haas (Chris Messina).
When evidence arises that there's more to the accident than just random tragedy and that Jamie may be covering up his involvement in Nick's death, Harry shifts his focus to his own Dorchester, New York, town and slowly begins building a case that only he can see laid before him.
Die Uitnodiging 2
kykNET (DStv 144)
Reality series that tries to resolve family disputes, help heal broken friendships, and even (sometimes) make arch-enemies talk to each other again.
A mediator indicates a serious problem that is deeply troubling. Presenter Cato Bekker visits the fighting parties. Are these stories going to end in reconciliation?