DStv highlights - April 9, 2014

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TO brickleberry . Catch the national park forest rangers misadventures in Vuzus Brickleberry.

• Guest Star: Pusha T, Trace Urban, 19.00

US rapper Pusha T is famous for being half of the hip hop duo Clipse, with his brother Malice. He is also co-founder and co-director of Re-Up Records with his sibling. His first album, My Name Is My Name, released in October, debuted at the top of the US Billboard 200. A member of the Kanye West label, G.O.O.D Music, Pusha T is tonight’s guest.

• Cadillac Records, Sony Entertainment Television, 20.00

This Golden Globe-nominated musical biopic charts the rise of legendary label Chess Records and its stable of successful recording artists, including Muddy Waters, Howlin’ Wolf, Etta James and Chuck Berry. Set in 1950s Chicago, the film follows label mogul Leonard Chess’s (Adrien Brody) journey from selling records from the boot of his Cadillac to building a legendary empire. Also starring Beyoncé Knowles.

• CSI, M-Net, 21.30

Torch Song: The team investigates a fire at a music venue that leaves four people dead, including two band members. John Ratzenberger guest stars as club owner Stu Kirchoff

• Brickleberry, Vuzu, 22.00

An animated series that follows the misadventures of a motley crew of national park forest rangers. When their fledgling park faces closure, a new ranger is enlisted to whip everyone into shape and save the park. The series is executive produced by Daniel Tosh with comedians Waco O’Guin and Roger Black, who wrote and created the show.

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