You dig TV. You're an addict. You know all the characters - you even know all the characters mums. You don't partake in water-cooler talk about the latest shows - you ARE the water-cooler that people congregate around (it's weird).
A mysterious new 13-episode reality series involving some of the Zuma family and partly filmed at the Nkandla presidential homestead is coming to screens in 2020, but the producers remain tight-lipped about the exact nature of the show or where viewers will get to see it. by Thinus Ferreira
A popular British reality TV show - Love Island - is reconsidering its plans to film in South Africa following safety concerns for the contestants in the wake of reports of violent crime in Cape Town. By Jenni Baxter
FX Legion recently completed a complex mix of visual effects for History Channel's new docudrama mini-series, 'The Food that Made America.' The Burbank-based company worked on every phase of the production, from start to finish.
The Oscar-winning actress is producing her first-ever game/reality competition show, and it involves supped up fast cars.
Africa's biggest co-production to date, with a combined budget of 27 million US dollars, is currently shooting in and around Johannesburg with Hollywood A-list talent.
Endemol Shine Group has sold the rights to adapt its critically acclaimed and highly popular Nordic Noir detective series "The Bridge" to Cape Town-based production company Both Worlds Pictures, Variety has learned exclusively.
Cape Town is the South African city with the highest murder and robbery rate, so it's the logical setting for Season 2 of Die Byl, the gritty Afrikaans cop drama that is now available to binge, first on Showmax, ahead of its run on kykNET in December 2019.
You'll see a unicorn on kykNET when not one but two brand-new locally-produced TV series starts on MultiChoice's Afrikaans channel from M-Net, that co-incidentally are both extremely well-done. by Thinus Ferreira
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