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TV weekly must watch

We’ve rounded up three great shows you should keep an eye out for this week.

Start with a rom-com that follows a hilarious blended South African family. Then watch a thrilling crime drama centred around a Marine Homicide Unit on the Scottish coastline. Or follow a struggling, single 39-year-old woman who opens a cat-themed café.

SA’s favourite funny and self-destructive families, the Sellos and Twalas, are returning for a sequel, How To Ruin Christmas: The Funeral. Beauty and Sbu have a wedding anniversary coming up and Lydia and Themba have their first Christmas as parents. There’s also a dark cloud hanging over the families as they celebrate their first Christmas without their beloved matriarch, Gogo Twala. As the bereaved family prepares to bury Gogo Twala, they come across challenges and later discover that Gogo Twala had secrets of her own. Watch it now on Netflix.

Detective Chief Inspector Annika Stranded has just become head of a new specialist Marine Homicide Unit, tasked with solving murders that take place in and around the waterways of Scotland. Annika Stranded offers a unique perspective on the detective genre. By breaking down the fourth wall, Annika invites the audience in to hear her thoughts, engaging them and enticing them to solve the crimes with her. Watch Annika now on Britbox.

The BritBox app is now available on Android TV, including enabled Smart TVs, Google Chromecast with GoogleTV, Nvidia Shield, MiBox and MiStick, plus Android and Apple mobile/tablets, FireTV, Samsung Smart TV and LG Smart TV. Enjoy one week’s free trial, sign up at R99.99 per month and register for email updates at britbox.com/za/.

Mayim Bialik (Big Bang Theory) plays Kat, and she struggles every day against society and her mother to prove that you can not have everything you want yet still be happy – in her case, it is by opening a cat café. Watch Call Me Kat on Showmax.

 

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