As the old saying goes, "Happy wife, happy life."
But what happens when you have two wives, two lives and too many secrets? That's the premise of Mzansi Magic's new drama, iKhaya.
Naledi award winner Nqobile Sipamla brings to this meaty role her vast experience in such productions as Jo'burg Theatre's Sister Act, Abo Mzala, Ashes To Ashes and the upcoming film, Amandla.
Catch iKhaya on Monday, January 8 at 20:00 on Mzansi Magic.
Four families are forced to get along in modern day Jo'burg to survive unwise (and dangerous!) decisions made by a member of each family.
Cape Town's Schelaine Bennett continues to make brilliant strides in Jo'burg. She spent three seasons on the gripping Saints And Sinners, was a stand out addition to e.tv's Gold Diggers, made her debut on Generations: The Legacy last month and is now set to once again charm audiences as Rachel Fortuin.
Richard Lukunku is indeed a 'knapse kerel'. The dapper actor boasts a stellar credit list that includes Michael Bay's Black Sails, the box office smash hit Happiness Is A Four Letter Word, Lucky Specials, BET's Madiba and Isidingo.
Catch Knapse Kerels every Tuesday on Channel 144 starting 9 January at 20:00.
Mzansi Magic rebrands VuzuAMP to 1Magic this year with a content reshuffle that includes the top notch telenovela, The River!
Set in a mining community, the show follows themes of greed, love across the social and economic classes and a small town's battle to adapt or die to rapidly changing times.
Lunga Mofokeng, fresh off season 2 of Ring Of Lies, steps into the lead role of Andile. Lunga's credits include the Belgian TV show Salamander (S2), the films Who's Next, Selfish Heart, Die Kantoor, A Woman's Wrath and Raquel
Also look out for Thapelo Sebogodi as Kabzela.
The River airs Monday 29th January on 1Magic, channel 103