M-Net (DStv 101)
Heartbreak, loss, heroism, humanity and community.
Inspired by true events, Fires tells the story of everyday Australians at the front line of the devastating fires of the 2019-2020 Australian summer.
In the series premiere: Lighting strikes and starts what is to become a long, hot and treacherous summer for young volunteer firefighters Tash and Mott.
Me (DStv 115)
Drama, Thriller, Miniseries
The Diplomat follows Laura Simmonds and her Barcelona Consul colleague and friend Alba Ortiz as they fight to protect British nationals who find themselves in trouble in the Catalan city.
Mixing the roles of lawyer, counsellor and cop, Laura and Alba's diplomatic skills are stretched to the limit by the stream of cases that walk through the Consul's doors.
The series opens on the unexplained death of a young British barman working around Barcelona's notorious marina.
While Laura supports the boy's angry father, neither the Spanish police nor the Foreign Office are keen to pursue a murder enquiry.
As Laura and Alba uncover the events surrounding the barman's death, they discover links not only to organised crime, but also to the British security services.
Laura's quest for justice places her in real jeopardy, as she threatens to expose secrets that the British and Spanish will go to any lengths to keep hidden.
Border Control: Sweden
Discovery Channel (DStv 121)
The security and customs services at the border of Sweden are on watch to stop illegal items entering the country.
It's their job to detect crime.
In the series premiere, "A Car Full of Alcohol": At Arlanda, a man tries to sneak 30-million in cash abroad.
Meanwhile, at the border in Skåne, a car full of alcohol gets pulled over.
Black Ink Crew New York 10
BET (DStv 129)
For the past nine seasons, the Black Ink Crew New York crew has proven that they can weather any storm.
As the group enters this new season ready to celebrate their wins and leave their losses behind, they will end up facing a reckoning that they never saw coming and must learn how to adjust to a post-Ceaser world.
As Puma enters his 40s, he navigates splitting his time as a successful entrepreneur, and being a husband to his wife, Quani, and father to his two children.
He might be unsure of what his 40s have to offer him but he is determined to let loose and take the reins on this new decade of life.
This season Young Bae reconnects with herself as a mother, woman and artist.
While taking on the new task of becoming a mentor at the shop, she continues to evolve into the woman she longs to become.
Since heavily investing in his music and acting career, Ted begins to focus on his life outside of Black Ink and starts to unapologetically put himself and his own needs first, as he reconnects with family he has not seen in years.
After battling a federal court case and working to prove herself last season, Tatti decides to take a step down to an apprentice position, hoping that it will help level up her art skills.
Newly single, Alex is feeling reborn and is no longer letting anyone nor anything hold him back on his life journey and is embracing the sex symbol status that his fans have crowned him with.
Self-proclaimed "Black Ink" royalty, Spyder is back better than ever.
After dealing with an extreme health scare last year, he is refocused back on health, wealth and legacy for himself and his family.
In the Season 10 premiere, "Ten Years in the Making": In the season premiere, the crew celebrates 10 years of Black Ink.
The first ever Black Ink graduation ceremony goes left when Ceaser realises that not everyone deserves to be head of the class.
M-Net (DStv 101)
Set in the halls of Westminster, the series follows Prime Minister Robert Sutherland (Robert Carlyle) and his Chief of Staff Anna Marshall (Victoria Hamilton) as they try to deal with a national emergency.
The pair must bear attacks from their political opponents, face family pressures and lead the COBRA committee, a team of experts and politicians, to ensure the nation's safety.
COBRA is an action-packed political drama and a human story of a nation and its leaders in crisis - a tale that is increasingly relevant to the world we live in today.
On the brink of a geomagnetic solar storm, a team comprised of Britain's leading experts, crisis contingency planners and the most senior politicians assemble under the name COBRA (taken from its meeting place in Whitehall's Cabinet Office Briefing Room A) to guide the country through turbulent times.
The high-stakes series follows the members of this team as they take on the disaster; their missteps, political conflicts, personal drama, friendships and wit play out against the backdrop of an unfolding national crisis.
Prime Minister Robert Sutherland must navigate the crisis while attempting to maintain control of his cabinet in slippery political circumstances.
Accompanied by Anna Marshall - his brilliant and quick-thinking chief of staff and longtime friend - Sutherland braces for the fallout of a major national disaster, as well as complications in his personal life that threaten his political standing.
Also on the COBRA team is Fraser Walker, one of the country's leading crisis contingency planners, who is not as adept at overcoming problems in his personal life as he is in his political life.
The most argumentative and calculating member of the team, Home Secretary Archie Glover-Morgan, looks to seize any opportunity for more power that presents itself.
Hudson & Rex 6
Universal TV (DStv 117)
Police Procedural, Drama
Detective Charlie Hudson, a cunning Major Crimes detective for the St. John's Police Department, teams up with an unusual partner – Rex, a former-K9 German Shepherd, whose heightened senses keep Charlie hot on the trail of his suspects.
Together, they investigate puzzling crimes, from a kidnapping which reveals a much larger conspiracy at play to an art theft murder which runs deep into the world of high society.
With Charlie's deft detective work and Rex's keen canine senses, this crime-fighting pair is unstoppable.
In the Season 6 premiere, "Ghost Ship": When a local whale watching boat mysteriously returns to harbour without its passengers, Charlie and Rex must race against time to find the missing tourists.
Me (DStv 115)
Drama, Police Procedural
Blue Lights follows three rookie police officers working in Belfast, a uniquely dangerous place to be a police officer.
Grace, a mother of a teenage boy, has made the decision in her 40s to leave her steady job as a social worker to join the Police Service of Northern Ireland.
Having previously worked in social care she straddles a fine line between the personal and professional.
It's the biggest gamble of her life, and just a few weeks into the job, she's making so many mistakes that her decision no longer looks like a winning bet.
Her fellow rookies are Annie, who struggles with the fact that her chosen path may mean having to leave everything she's ever known behind; and Tommy, who is desperate to prove himself, despite being disastrously inept at the practical side of frontline response policing.
All three are new police officers in their probation period with the PSNI, the odds are at least one of them isn't going to last.
The pressure is immense, but if they succumb to it, they won't survive.
Often the rookie officers don't know the extent of the peril they are in, or who they can trust.
What's it like to have to hide your job from neighbours, friends and even family?
How do you distinguish between who needs your help and who wants you dead simply because of the uniform you wear?
In the series premiere, "The Code": PSNI probationer Grace promises to help Angela, whose son has fallen in with a notorious gang.
However, undercover agents are watching.