DStv highlights - August 27, 2014

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TO joan rivers . Joan Rivers is back to lead the dress code posse in E!s Fashion Police tonight.

• The Deliverance of Elaine, True Movies, 17.15

When Elaine Hodges (Mare Winningham, Grey’s Anatomy) was six years old, her world was torn apart when her mother was killed and her father crippled by an intruder. Twenty years later, Elaine still lives with and cares for her abusive father. She begins writing to an inmate, but is shocked when he is paroled and comes to visit her, bringing with him revelations about her past.


• The Middle, M-Net, 18.00

The ultimate prank battle is on between brother and sister when Sue discovers that Axl stole the high school’s Thundering Hens mascot head, forcing her to wear a chicken head as the school mascot. Meanwhile, Dr Goodwin tries to make friends with Frankie and Brick tries to muster some interest in a recommended book on Debbie Reynolds.


• Fashion Police: The 2014 Primetime Emmy Awards & Video Music Awards, E!, 21.00

Serves up the “best” and “worst” dressed at this year’s Primetime Emmy and Video Music Awards, as comedienne Joan Rivers and her team of fashion experts review the styles from the red carpet, passing their verdict on the fashion hits and misses.


• Guest Star: August Alsina, Trace Urban, 22.00

August Alsina is one of the promising artists of hip hop and R&B. He started his musical career by uploading cover videos on to YouTube. Now, the young singer is enrolled with Radio Killa and Def Jam labels which produced I Love This Sh*t and Make It Home. For the release of his second album, Testimony, the channel caught up with the singer nicknamed the new Chris Brown.

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