DStv highlights - February 4, 2014

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• The Blacklist, M-Net, 20.30

Red takes Liz on an undercover assignment to bring down a freelance Chinese spy who is targeting CIA agents.


• Abby & Brittany, BBC Knowledge, 21.00

Abby and Brittany Hensel are two vivacious, funny and outgoing girls on the brink of their 22nd birthday. They’re also conjoined twins. The extraordinary Americans tell us about their lives in their own words. In episode one, Abby and Brittany plan a party with their closest friends to celebrate their final birthday as college students.


• Big Brother Mzansi – Daily Show, Mzansi Magic, 21.30

A rundown of the previous day’s highlights, showing the highs and lows of what the contestants got up to. The highlights will also feature the task work the housemates put in, as well as any conflict or emotional content that took place in the house.


• Duck Dynasty, History, 22.00

Deep in the Louisiana Bayou, an unlikely family of Southern natives are living their version of the American Dream. This is Duck Dynasty and these are the Robertsons – a family of entrepreneurs whose business of finding salvaged swamp wood and creating duck whistles has seen them become some of America’s most unlikely business tycoons. In spite of their ever-increasing fortune, the camouflage-clad millionaires remain true to their Southern heritage as they live out as quintessential a Southern lifestyle as possible. The action focuses on the family, whose quirky lifestyle means every episode brings with it a new set of challenges, met with a special brand of Southern know-how and humour.

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