DStv highlights - April 29, 2014

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Copy of TO the blacklist_CITY_E1 . Ryan Eggold as Tom Keen in the gripping thriller, The Blacklist.

• Lokshin Bioskop: Sebolelo, Mzansi Magic, 19.00

A gold-digging young wife defies her in-laws by taking up the reins of her late husband’s construction business. The problem: she hasn’t worked a day in her life.


• Fashion Star, Vuzu, 20.30

In fashion, sex sells, so this week the designers are being challenged to create their sexiest piece. John advises his four designers to dig deep and leave their comfort zone. Latina Silvia’s thinking red and tight. In Brandon’s mind, men want to look powerful so he’s designing a James Bond-inspired canvas jacket. John’s not feeling the James Bond. When Brandon refuses his advice, John comments that his fabric choice means the jacket won’t sell.


• The Blacklist, M-Net, 20.30

When a former Assistant US Attorney is found bedraggled and walking the street after being missing for 12 years, Red suspects he was a victim of “The Judge”, a mysterious person who runs an underground operation dispensing “eye for an eye” justice on officials who have wrongly convicted people. Red gets Liz going on that case, then tackles his own agenda in finding out why a woman named Lucy Brooks has been following him.


• Escaping the Prophet, Discovery TLC, 20.55

Flora Jessop rescues runaways and outcasts of one of the most dangerous cults in America, while helping to empower those who choose to stay behind. Flora and her husband Brandon reveal dark truths of the notoriously secretive Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

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