DStv highlights - February 7, 2014

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TO chris brown . Bad-boy rep aside, Chris Brown|is really talented. Channel O homes in on how his reputation is derailing his career.

• 72 Hours, M-Net, 18.30

Helicopters drop three teams of three strangers off the coast of Hawaii’s island of Lana’i where they race against each other for 72 hours, trying to find a briefcase filled with $100 000. With only a GPS, the clothes on their backs and one bottle of water, they will traverse deserted beaches, dense bush and steep canyons as the competition tests their ability to forge bonds within an unfamiliar group and survive in the wilderness.


• Zone-In: Chris Brown, Channel O, 19.00

He’s been in rehab for anger issues. And he is being sued for pain and suffering by Frank Ocean’s cousin. Is there no end to Chris Brown’s problems? Zone-In is here to remind you that he does have the musical goods to make it through the tough times, should he decided to focus only on the music. Settle back and watch Brown show his mettle with hit tracks including Run It, Look At Me Now, Next 2 You and more.


• Under the Dome, M-Net Series Zone, 21.00

When the residents of Chester’s Mill find themselves trapped under a massive transparent dome with no way out, they struggle to survive as resources rapidly dwindle and panic quickly escalates, in this the series premiere.


• Masters of Sex, M-Net, 21.30

Noted obstetrician Dr William Masters (played by Michael Sheen) teams up with divorced mother Virginia Johnson (Lizzy Caplan) to conduct pioneering research that unleashes the sexual revolution.

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