DStv highlights - March 18, 2014

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TO maggie . Maggie Gyllenhaal takes viewers back to the era of rock n roll in Shake, Rattle and Roll.

• Shake, Rattle and Roll, True Movies, 18.45

Maggie Gyllenhaal (The Dark Knight) and Bonnie Somerville (The Ugly Truth) star in this romantic drama about the evolution of rock and roll as experienced by a young couple in love during the 1950s. In the American South of 1955, a time of heady social and cultural change, Lyne Danner and Tyler Hart form their own band, The HartAches, and must face various challenges which threaten to tear them apart.

• Sean Saves the World, M-Net Series Showcase, 19.30

Sean is a divorced dad who juggles his career, offbeat staff, pushy mom and weekends with his teen daughter, Ellie. So when his 14-year-old moves in full time, the parenting books come out in full force.

• Preachers of LA, Vuzu, 20.30

Known for their fiery sermons, community outreach and passionate followings, pastors have become beloved, and sometimes polarising figures in modern culture. Yet, few people have access to these larger-than-life men away from the pulpit. Until now. This show introduces a rare glimpse into the lives of six high-profile pastors from Los Angeles. From pro skateboarder Pastor Jay Haizlip to Grace Jones’s brother, Bishop Noel Jones, to Bishop Clarence McClendon, who reaches 250 million homes via international broadcast each week, Preachers of LA will explore the human side of these ambitious and very powerful men of faith.

• The Blacklist, M-Net, 20.30

Red demands a deal from Cooper before he’ll stop an anti-capitalist terrorist network’s next deadly attack. Liz’s dad’s failing health reveals secrets in her past.

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