Author Will Stone is back in South Africa researching his next book on paranormal cases. The biggest mystery in his life still remains the death of his sister 20 years earlier, and he grows closer to solving that mystery with each episode.
Anthony Oseyemi (Isono, Red Sea Diving Resort, Dark Branches) leads an all-star cast that includes Greg Viljoen, Mary-Anne Barlow, Rylee Sakwe, Stephen Mofokeng and Waydene Laing.
Dead Places drops on Netflix on the 16th April.
Behind the manicured lawns of the luxury Echelon estate, is a cesspool of corruption, power plays and tangled affairs. Matters come to a head over a land claim for the neighbouring Thembalethu community.
Carla Classen (Isono, Lioness, Stroomop) stars as Tessa van Wyk, a teenager whose mother is bed-ridden.
The Estate premieres on the 5th April on SABC 3 at 19:00
Based on the Colombian telenovela, Yo Soy Betty, Ya Fea (Ugly Betty), this charming story has been reworked in over 20 countries. The South African iteration hits our screens on the 5th of April!
Elliot Makhubo (Legacy, The Queen, Lockdown) plays Betty's dad, Israel. Also look out for Stevel Marc as Oba Omotoso.
You can watch Ubettina Wethu on SABC1 and VIU at 19:30.
As the saying goes, "Money ain't honest, but it pays the bills.". That, in a nutshell, is the premise of the Mzansi Magic's new telenovela
centering around four strong women forced into a life of crime by circumstances outside their control.
Kgaogelo Monama (Thandeka's Diary, Lithapo, Lockdown) stars at Lerato. Her sole aim to get out of Diepsloot and break away from her
Diep City starts Monday, 5th April on Mzansi Magic at 20:30.