DStv highlights - January 22, 2014

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TO devious maids . Devious Maids is a must-see for fans of Desperate Housewives, with dirty secrets of Beverly Hills most affluent residents toppling out of the closet and creating mayhem.

• The Samantha’s Bridal Show, AfricaMagic Entertainment, 18.30

Samantha’s Bridal is a TV wedding show with heavy emphasis on the trials and challenges couples face as they plan their weddings.


• Devious Maids, M-Net Series Showcase, 20.00

In Devious Maids, murder and mayhem collide in the mansions of Beverly Hills’ wealthiest and most powerful families. Class warfare has never been as fun and dirty as it is in the tiny enclave where the staff are as clever, witty, outrageous and downright devilish as their employers. Whoever holds the dirt holds the power, and before the season is over, illicit affairs will be revealed and dark secrets exposed as we learn the sordid details behind a housemaid’s murder.


• NCIS: Los Angeles, Universal, 20.00

Sam Hanna (LL Cool J), Callen (Chris O’Donnell), Kensi Blye (Daniela Ruah) and the rest of the Special Projects team have proven firm channel favourites, and this month sees the third tense series of their undercover exploits hit the air. The opening episode sees them away from their usual turf, as their search for missing operative Hetty Lange takes them to Romania. Her whereabouts isn’t all they’ll learn, though – the region’s Comescu crime family has a connection to Callen’s mysterious past.


• Strippers: Cars for Cash 2, National Geographic Channel, 20.55

Strippers pits two teams of car dismantlers against each other to hunt down cars to buy, break and sell the parts. They have to be first to the bargains and sell like hell to make a profit. Can they make cash from scrap?

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