DStv highlights - January 28, 2014

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• Million Dollar Listing New York, Vuzu, 19.30

Follows three estate agents as they give viewers an inside look into the aggressive, high-stakes world of New York City’s property market. Ryan Serhant and Fredrik Eklund return for season two, accompanied by Luis D Ortiz, a high-energy agent from Puerto Rico who’s looking to take Manhattan by storm. The properties are more luxurious than ever, with $10 million homes, $15m penthouses and building developments exceeding the $50m mark. From the agents dealing with the devastation of Hurricane Sandy, to sabotaging each other’s open houses, this season’s drama is sure to be as big as their commissions.


• The Goldbergs, M-Net Series Showcase, 19.30

Under the watchful eye of an 11-year-old boy’s video camera, the Goldbergs face the challenges of life in the ’80s, including two new teenage drivers and a grandfather who shouldn’t be allowed behind the wheel.


• The Following, M-Net, 21.30

FBI Agent Ryan Hardy is tasked with eliminating sociopath and serial killer Joe Carroll. Hardy thinks he’s seen the last of Carroll, but his nagging doubts are about to become menacingly real.


• Out There, Vuzu, 22.00

When Chris is knocked down by one of the school bullies, he cries out in pain for his mom, earning him the humiliating nickname “Mommy”. Chad helps Chris plot to get a better nickname, until one of Chris’s ideas threatens Chad’s relationship with his school crush, Sharla.

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