DStv highlights - June 10, 2014

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TO mellissa and joey . Melissa Joan Hart as Melanie Mel Alison Burke with Joey Lawrence (Joseph Joe Paul Longo) in the comedy, Melissa & Joe.

• Melissa & Joey, Vuzu, 19.00

Mel, the grown-up former wild child of a political family, is now a politician herself. When her sister ends up in prison and her brother-in-law flees after a scandal, Mel must take responsibility for her teenaged niece, Lennox, and nephew, Ryder. Help comes in the unlikely form of Joe, who moves in and becomes the family’s manny.

• Dear Genevieve, The Home Channel, 19.30

Genevieve Gorder offers advice to people who have fallen out of love with their home. Today Genevieve takes Joe and Dawn under her wing to bring a joint sense of style to their bland living room.

• So You Think You Can Dance, Vuzu, 19.30

In its 10th season, the reality series features host Cat Deeley and resident judges Nigel Lythgoe and Mary Murphy. In this season’s first live show, the Top 20 finalists will partner up and dance their hearts out to win America’s vote and stay in the competition.

• Cyber Stalkers, TLC Entertainment, 20.55

Told from the perspective of the victims and sometimes the perpetrators, this series will delve into the stories of love, loss and betrayal caused by the social network. How has social networking changed the dating landscape and why does it send certain character types into dark behaviour? Cyber Stalkers will introduce you to the tragic side of social media and question how society can ensure a safer virtual experience.

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