BET (DStv 129)
A talk show that peels back the layers of fame and fortune to reveal the heart and soul of South African excellence.
Hosted by Zandi Nhlapo, Uncut will take you on a journey into the lives of South African personalities who have made their indelible mark in their respective fields.
Uncut offers an unfiltered and intimate look at the personal and professional lives of prominent South African trailblazers.
The show promises candid 1-on-1 conversations where Zandi unravels the tales of passion, perseverance and personal challenges faced by her guests.
From humble beginnings to achieving recognition on both local and global stages, Uncut delves into the untold stories of these movers and shakers.
The show invites you to join in the celebration of their triumphs, learn from their setbacks, and uncover the essence of what it truly takes to shine in the spotlight.
Among the guests to be featured on the show are notable South Africans such as Marks Maponyane, Jerry Mofokeng, Connie Chiume and more.
That White People Sh*t
eReality (Openview 108)
Documentary Series, Comedy, Lifestyle
Comedian King Keraun Harris is on a journey of discovery, fully immersing himself in white culture.
Fencing, LARPing, slack lining, alpaca farming, ghost hunting – his mission is to understand why white people do what they do.
In the series premiere, "Animal Love": King Keraun is on a quest to understand the unconditional love white people have for their animals.
He visits an Alpaca farm, gets messy with creative pet grooming, and tries taxidermy.
The Voice 23
M-Net (DStv 101)
Reality Competition, Music
Multi-media entertainment mogul and Country Music Hall of Fame inductee Reba McEntire will serve as Mega Mentor on Season 23 of The Voice.
Reba joins coaches Chance the Rapper, Kelly Clarkson, Niall Horan and Blake Shelton to mentor the remaining artists who have made it through the Battle Rounds as each team prepares for the Knockouts.
Having served as Battle Advisor to Team Blake during the show's inaugural season, Reba returns as Blake coaches his final group of artists and bids farewell to the competition.
The Voice introduces key changes this season, making for a fierce competition where the stakes have never been higher - the coaches pull out all the stops to advance their teams and the artists leave it all on the stage as they vie for the win.
This season's format includes:
An all-new "Playoff Pass" allows both artists in a battle to advance, with the "Playoff Pass" winner gaining a major advantage when they skip the Knockout Rounds and automatically advance to Playoffs, taking them one step closer to the live shows.
Each coach has one "Playoff Pass" and one "Steal" during this round.
Seven artists per team advance (six competing in the Knockouts and one "Playoff Pass" artist).
Artists are paired against each other, selecting their own songs to perform individually while their direct competitors watch and wait.
Coaches choose the winner and the artist not selected is available for a "steal."
The pressure is on as each coach only has one "steal" during this round.
Five artists per team advance (four Knockout winners and one "Playoff Pass" artist).
The Playoffs are back, further bolstering the competition following the Knockouts.
The 20 remaining artists hold nothing back, and tough decisions are made when each coach can only advance two artists to the live semifinals.
Declassified: Untold Stories of American Spies 3
Curiosity Channel (DStv 185)
Documentary Series, History
Hosted by former US Congressman Mike Rogers, also the former chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, each episode features a newly-declassified mission told first-hand by the agents who lived it.
Intelligence agencies including the CIA, FBI, NSA, DEA, Homeland Security and the State Department are represented, revealing the unbelievable true stories of America's covert operations in the United States and around the world.
The third season of Declassified chronicles the missions to target America's biggest threats including war criminals, Russian spies, drug cartels, a Russian arms dealer and hackers.
The season three premiere, "Tracking Terror: The 9/11 Subway Plot," explores the NSA and FBI's efforts to thwart an al-Qaeda terrorist plot to blow up the New York City subway on the eighth anniversary of September 11.