AFRICA ON A PLATE
Would you trade your suit for a chef jacket? That’s exactly what Lentswe Bhengu did. He travelled throughout Africa stopping at cities such as Cape Town, Lagos and Dar es Salaam to sample and cooks locally inspired dishes and explore vibrant cultures. Sounds like a dream job, right?
Lentswe is joined by chef Zama Memela who takes on mystical Morrocco to explore what the city has to offer before cooking up her version of the local dish Marrakech on a plate. Africa on a Plate is sure to whet your appetite and leaving you wanting more.
Premieres Saturday 5 November 17:15 CAT.
REAL HUSBANDS OF HOLLYWOOD
Funnyman Kevin Hart and the “Real Husbands of Hollywood” are back for another hilarious season of the legendary mockumentary we all love. Joining him on the cast this season are fellow ‘mitches’ Nick Cannon, JB Smoove, Robin Thicke, Boris Kodjoe and Duane Martin. The notorious crew let us in on their antics and adventures, all while making us laugh on the floor.
Premieres Wednesday 23 November at 21:00 CAT.
THE GARY OWEN SHOW
Get acquainted with America’s honorary black comedian Gary Owen and his hilariously blended family. Their lives are brought screen in an unscripted, funny series that will have you coming back for more. If you know Gary, you’ll know he’s constantly pushing the limits.
Premieres Wednesday 23 November at 19:00 CAT.
INK, PAPER, SCISSORS
Ink, Paper, Scissors gives us the inside story into Atlanta’s biggest, baddest, one-stop beauty shop. If you love rapper Nas, you’ll be chuffed to know that this spot was started by his go-to barber. Now it spans 5 locations with over 100 employees that get hair and nails on fleek. They do tattoos too. Their clientele at their flagship location, Salon Ramsey, includes A-listers like celebs, actresses, rappers and athletes. Tune in and see how the staff relates to each other.
Premieres Monday 21 November at 19:00 CAT.
Join gospel singer and host Tye Tribett as he brings a new normal to your Sundays with great performances from some of your most loved gospel artists. Guests include Fantasia, Anita Wilson, William McDowell and Virtue.
Premieres Sunday 20 November at 12:15 CAT.