The Proof is Out There 2
HISTORY (DStv 186)
The Proof is Out There investigates the world's most mysterious videos, photos and audio recordings, and uses the best technology and experts to render a credible verdict.
Each episode analyzes and passes verdicts on several seemingly impossible things "caught on film", including giant beasts, UFOS, apocalyptic sounds, hairy humans, alleged mutants from the deep, conspiracies and many other cases.
Host and veteran journalist Tony Harris takes nothing for granted in a quest for answers, tracking down eyewitnesses, putting each photo or film through a battery of tests, calling out the hoaxes, and highlighting the most credible evidence in an attempt to better understand our world.
In the Season 2 premiere, "UFOs Caught on Camera": A new season kicks off as host Tony Harris separates the real from the fake in some of the top UFOs caught on camera in recent history.
Spanning 70 years, videos range from a bizarre shape caught on camera during a 1950s minor league baseball game, to new videos leaked in 2021 of pyramids apparently stalking US warships, to a UFO that seemingly dives into the ocean and disappears.
Harris and a collection of top experts, from national security specialists to physicists, evaluate each video or film.
In 2021, a US government report on UFOs made international headlines by admitting UFOs are real, but the big question remains: What are these incredible objects seen throughout history and around the world?
This super-sized episode features videos and films deemed highly credible, and now analyzed for the first time.
Amy Schumer's Parental Advisory
Netflix South Africa
Amy Schumer welcomes her favourite comedians to the stage in this special about family life, from the pressures of parenting to the joys of remarriage.
Featuring sets from Ron Funches, Jaye McBride, Christina P, Rachel Feinstein, Chris DiStefano and Lil Rel Howery.
The Goldbergs 9
M-Net (DStv 101)
Despite the challenges, ups, downs, twists and turns of life together, everyone's favourite '80s family proves that life will be sweet.
The gang's all here, and they're rowdier, funnier and more heartfelt than ever before.
Jam-packed with hijinks, hilarity and heart, our favourite Jenkintown family navigates a classic decade with fresh, new adventures.
As each of the family members continues to grow and mature, one thing will always be the same: No matter the challenges life throws at them, as long as the Goldbergs stick together, there's nothing they can't handle.
After sending two of their three kids off to college and enjoying a partially empty nest last year, Beverly and Murray are still adjusting to a quieter house.
O.G. Smother Beverly, fresh off publishing her first cookbook, is hungry for her next step.
She's ready to explore new territory, both personally and professionally.
Murray, despite being as curmudgeonly as ever, will have to navigate a new business partnership with his former rival, Formica Mike.
As for the kids, Erica and Barry are entering their sophomore year at college.
Erica continues to crush her classes but will ultimately face a challenge in having to pick a major.
Barry, on the other hand, is ready to make good on his doctor-ing promises and start his path to being pre-med.
Of course, he'll have to do it while juggling both the JTP and his new girlfriend, Ren.
As for Adam, he's finally a senior — and his relationship with the coolest girl in school, Brea Bee, has brought him newfound popularity, which, for a geeky kid, can be super confusing.
Meanwhile, after an aimless gap year, it's finally time for Erica's lovable goof of a boyfriend, Geoff Schwartz, to enroll as a freshman.
Naturally, this means he'll be officially experiencing all campus has to offer — including a few attempts to reinvent himself.
As always, completing our Goldberg brood is beloved grandfather Al "Pops" Solomon.
Like every year, Pops maintains his perch as the wise, revered patriarch of the Goldberg crew.
Always the dependable one, Pops is ready to dispense wisdom, warmth, and a good one-liner to anyone in his family who may need it.
In the Season 9 premiere, "The Goldbergs' Excellent Adventure": The iconic '80s family pay tribute to Pops.
Together they venture down memory lane by visiting Pops' favourite stomping grounds.
Adam Goldberg, forever with camera in hand, captures the outing - theming it to "Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure."
Hijinks and hilarity ensue, and we are reminded that there is no bond greater than family.