DStv highlights - January 15, 2013

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TO broke girls Kat Dennings and Beth Behr are hilarious as Max and Caroline in the comedy Two Broke Girls.

• MasterChef Australia, M-Net, 18.00

The third season brings some changes to the format of the show. Joining the judging panel as a regular guest is chef Matt Moran.

• Fashion Police: The 2013 Golden Globe Awards, E!, 22.00

Joan Rivers gathers her Fashion Police to present an insider’s guide to fashion at this year’s Golden Globe Awards, complete with her customary wit and hilariously opinionated observations. As the stars make their way down the red carpet, the team dish out their verdict on who looks fashionably flawless and who ends up just plain frumpy.

• Shark Week’s Impossible Shot, Animal Planet, 22.00

Join a team of wildlife cameramen as they head to Gansbaai, in the Western Cape, in the hope of capturing a great white shark’s polaris breach attack from a never-before-seen angle. Using state-of-the-art camera technology and their ingenuity, the crew attempt to film a bird’s-eye view of a great white leaping vertically out of the water at super-high speed. However, with the tide, luck and the weather working against them, can the crew catch this career-defining shot before their window of opportunity closes?

• Two Broke Girls, Vuzu, 22.30

Caroline gets a second job as a personal organiser to make some extra money, but is freaked out when her first client turns out to be a hoarder. Johnny asks Max to be his lookout when he tags his latest billboard. They share a romantic moment above the New York City skyline, but as Max is ready to admit to herself that she has feelings for Johnny, she learns he has a girlfriend.

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