DStv highlights - February 26, 2014

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• Bear Grylls: Extreme Survival Caught on Camera, Discovery Channel, 12.35pm

Just when you think he’s run out of dangerous things to do, Bear Grylls comes up with even crazier missions. Here we see him cheat death many times. This is the stuff no one should try at home.


• Confessions of Stars, Telemundo, 18.00

Juan Manuel Cortés hosts this show that goes behind the scenes of all your favourite telenovelas to reveal how the stars really live.


• The Legend of Korra, Nickelodeon, 20.50

Six months have passed since Book 1, and Korra learns that relentless Dark Spirits are threatening the South Seas. In the new episodes, Korra will face adventures like fighting for the freedom of her parent who is wrongfully arrested. She will also learn about the epic and mythic origins of the first Avatar which will give her a deep knowledge of what she must do to restore balance between the physical and spirit worlds.


• Catfish, MTV Base, 21.00

This programme brings together couples who have interacted solely through their computer’s LCD screens. Over the course of months or years, these romantics have become smitten – but what will happen when they meet in real life for the first time? In each episode, with the guidance and help of the star of the Catfish movie, Nev Schulman, and his film-making pal, Max Joseph, a hopeful romantic partner will go on an emotional journey to discover the truth about their significant other.

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