DStv highlights - January 27, 2014

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TO NCIS . Dont miss the new season of NCIS, with Tony (Michael Weatherly) trying his hardest to piece together the events of his shooting.

Brooklyn 9-9, Vuzu, 19.00

When Sal’s Pizza burns down and the fire marshal (guest star Patton Oswalt) quickly assumes the owner is the prime suspect in the investigation, Jake does all he can to prove him wrong, even if it means stepping out of his jurisdiction.


Chopped, Food Network, 19.20

Could you take a selection of plain and unappetising ingredients, and turn them into a three-course masterpiece? The four up-and-coming chefs on Chopped compete to do just this before a panel of three judges. The chefs must transform their simple yet demanding ingredients into delectable dishes. They have just seconds to scrutinise their mystery ingredients and plan their creative approach, followed by 30 minutes to cook, but who will face the chop?



Grey’s Anatomy, M-Net, 19.30

April’s sisters arrive to help celebrate April’s upcoming nuptials and quickly get on her nerves. Matthew and Jackson are forced to work together when they witness a terrible accident. Callie and Arizona work hard to re-establish their relationship.


NCIS, Universal, 20.00

The series opens with an investigation that’s close to home – the shooting victim is NCIS’s own Tony. Don’t worry, he survives. But he has no memory of what happened. Can he overcome that obstacle to help Gibbs and Dr Cranston piece together what happened to him? Taking place over several months, this season opener includes farewells to familiar faces and the addition of new characters.

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