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With a stunning line-up of exclusive award-winning series, M-Net is starting the year off with a bang. Direct from Hollywood comes some of the most talked about shows that promises to keep viewers on their couches for the long- but wonderfully entertaining- months of January and February.

Here’s quick summary of the upcoming M-Net 101 slate this January:

A prime time favourite Blue Bloods returns to M-Net with season 8 this January on Wednesdays at 20:00. One of the longest running crime dramas, Blue Bloodsfollows a multigenerational family of cops dedicated to law enforcement in New York City.

With or without the cape, the whole family can enjoy Superhero adventures every weekday at 16:45 exclusively on M-Net.

The epic action-adventure Supergirl season 3, the Man of Steel’s powerful, kick-butt cousin swoops in to save the day every Monday.

Then, on Tuesday
s, Stephen Amell returns as billionaire Oliver Queen aka vigilante hero Green Arrow in the sixth season of Arrow, which quickly deals with the fallout from last season.

On Wednesday
s the temporal travails continue in the fourth season of The Flash, where viewers will find the speedster quite changed after being brought out of the Speed Force.

And just when its discovered that heroes may not be enough,
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow season 3 kicks off on Thursdays with the rag-tag group of villains in tow.

Rounding out the week’s fantasy offering is the Emmy-nominated
Once Upon A Time season 7 on Fridays, where a now grown up Henry Mills embarks on a new journey with real-life fairy-tale characters.

Also on the table this January is the popular reality cooking competition MasterChef Australia season 9 every weekday at 17:45, where regular judges Gary Mehigan, George Calombaris and Matt Preston create kitchen magic alongside this season’s batch of aspiring amateur chefs.

The ever-anticipated Golden Globe and Emmy-winning medical drama Grey’s Anatomy has everyone asking, what’s in store for season 14? Find out from tonight, Monday, 15 January with two back-to-back episodes at 19:00 and 20:00, as the television favourites from Grey Sloan hospital return with a new arrival: Owen Hunt’s long-lost sister.

Tension between the sons of Ragnar Lothbrok mount as the Vikings continue to threaten the very heart of England in season 5 of Vikings, starting tonight, Monday 15 January at 22:05. With Ragnar gone and Lagertha at the helm, an interesting saga awaits the Norse heroes.

Then, on Thursday 18 January meet up with television’s favourite undercover agents at 19:00 in the acclaimed NCIS: Los Angeles season 9 starring the seasoned LL Cool J and Chris O'Donnell. This season features a special guest appearance from Nia Long. There’s more crime-fighting action on the streets of LA with former Criminal Minds star Shemar Moore in the brand-new action-packed S.W.A.T season 1, starting Thursday 18 January at 20:00. And if you can’t get enough of that special agent action, don’t miss the film S.W.A.T: Under Siege scheduled on M-Net 101 on Saturday, 20 January at 23:00.

The popular legal drama, Bull is back on air with its second season on Thursdays at 21:00. Michael Weatherly returns as the charismatic, charming and smart-talking legal consultant whose unique firm helps clients prep for trials using revolutionary psychological techniques.

The show that continues to capture the hearts of viewers around the world, This is Us season 2 returns for another Golden Globe-nominated and Emmy Award-winning instalment. More compelling than ever, this season continues to dig deeper into the lives of the Pearsons exploring their flaws and tragedies as well as their triumphs and achievements from Monday 22 January at 20:00.

Based on the acclaimed film of the same name, the dark Brit dramedy Snatch season 1 sees small-time criminal Albert Hill getting sucked into the high-stakes world of organised crime from Thursday 25 January at 22:00. Then, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton are joined by songstresses Miley Cyrus and Jennifer Hudson for season 13 of the Emmy-winning reality singing competition The Voice US on Friday 26 January at 19:00.

A quick snapshot of the M-Net channel 101 February 2018 line-up:

Chicago Fireseason 6 starts 20 February at 19:00
In the intense season premiere, Chief Boden makes a risky last minute decision to save the squad, who are trapped inside a burning building.

Chicago PD season 5 starts 20 February at 20:00
Chicago’s elite group of officers and detectives put the pin on crime, in this acclaimed drama, another fast-paced addition to the series, from Emmy-winning creator **** Wolf (Law & Order).

Ten Days in the Valley season 1 final 6 episodes will air 13 February 22:00
Golden Globe winner Kyra Sedgwick returns to television for this edge-of-your-seat thriller about an overworked TV producer and single mother whose life is thrown into turmoil when her daughter goes missing.

Here Now season 1 will air Express from the US from 12 February at 21:00
The Oscar and Golden Globe-winning writer of ‘Six Feet Under’ penned this introspective family dramedy about a multi-racial family consisting of a couple, their three adopted children and one biological child.

The Big Bang Theory season 11 starts 14 February at 19:00
The Golden Globe and Emmy winning escapades of a group of lovable, socially awkward scientists returns with just as much hilarity and entertainment.

Young Sheldon season 1 starts on 14 February at 19:30
Based on the once-in-a-generation story of a 9-year-old Sheldon Cooper, this family comedy explores the young genius’ sometimes challenging and sometimes amusing life growing up in East Texas.

Homeland season 7 starts 21 February at 21:00
Emmy-winner Claire Danes returns for another season of Golden Globe-winning espionage in this acclaimed thriller exploring contemporary themes of American politics.

Longmire season 6 starts 1 Feb at 23:00
Based on the best-selling mystery novels, Longmire follows the adventures of a troubled county Sheriff. Robert Taylor (The Matrix) and Katee Sackhoff (Battlestar Galactica) star.

Trial & Error season 1 starts 9 February at 23:00
True crime has never looked as ridiculous as it does in this outrageous comedy, from the producer of ‘Angie Tribeca’. A bright-eyed New York lawyer (Nicholas D'Agosto, Gotham) takes on his first big case: defending an eccentric professor (John Lithgow, The Crown), accused of the bizarre murder of his wife.

Riverdale season 2 starts 24 February at 20:00
Loosely based on the popular comic book characters, this intense, subversive teen drama follows the darkness beneath a seemingly wholesome small town. From Emmy-nominee Greg Berlanti.

Modus season 2 starts 3 February after Saturday night movie
Golden Globe-winner Kim Cattrall joins the cast for the second season of this gripping, edge-of-your-seat Swedish thriller. When the US President is kidnapped in Stockholm, her deadly disappearance and power struggles promise to unearth long hidden secrets.

Kevin Can Wait season 2 starts 11 February at 16:00
Co-created by and starring funnyman Kevin James, this family comedy follows a newly retired police officer who comes to realise that his house is more of a challenge than his job on the beat ever was.

Dancing with the Stars SA season 1 starts 4 February at 17:00
Twelve untrained local celebs will be putting their best foot forward to compete in this proudly South African version of the glamourous reality series.
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With a stunning line-up of exclusive award-winning series, M-Net is starting the year off with a bang. Direct from Hollywood comes some of the most talked about shows that promises to keep viewers on their couches for the long- but wonderfully entertaining- months of January and February.

Here’s quick summary of the upcoming M-Net 101 slate this January:

A prime time favourite Blue Bloods returns to M-Net with season 8 this January on Wednesdays at 20:00. One of the longest running crime dramas, Blue Bloodsfollows a multigenerational family of cops dedicated to law enforcement in New York City.

With or without the cape, the whole family can enjoy Superhero adventures every weekday at 16:45 exclusively on M-Net.

The epic action-adventure Supergirl season 3, the Man of Steel’s powerful, kick-butt cousin swoops in to save the day every Monday.

Then, on Tuesday
s, Stephen Amell returns as billionaire Oliver Queen aka vigilante hero Green Arrow in the sixth season of Arrow, which quickly deals with the fallout from last season.

On Wednesday
s the temporal travails continue in the fourth season of The Flash, where viewers will find the speedster quite changed after being brought out of the Speed Force.

And just when its discovered that heroes may not be enough,
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow season 3 kicks off on Thursdays with the rag-tag group of villains in tow.

Rounding out the week’s fantasy offering is the Emmy-nominated
Once Upon A Time season 7 on Fridays, where a now grown up Henry Mills embarks on a new journey with real-life fairy-tale characters.

Also on the table this January is the popular reality cooking competition MasterChef Australia season 9 every weekday at 17:45, where regular judges Gary Mehigan, George Calombaris and Matt Preston create kitchen magic alongside this season’s batch of aspiring amateur chefs.

The ever-anticipated Golden Globe and Emmy-winning medical drama Grey’s Anatomy has everyone asking, what’s in store for season 14? Find out from tonight, Monday, 15 January with two back-to-back episodes at 19:00 and 20:00, as the television favourites from Grey Sloan hospital return with a new arrival: Owen Hunt’s long-lost sister.

Tension between the sons of Ragnar Lothbrok mount as the Vikings continue to threaten the very heart of England in season 5 of Vikings, starting tonight, Monday 15 January at 22:05. With Ragnar gone and Lagertha at the helm, an interesting saga awaits the Norse heroes.

Then, on Thursday 18 January meet up with television’s favourite undercover agents at 19:00 in the acclaimed NCIS: Los Angeles season 9 starring the seasoned LL Cool J and Chris O'Donnell. This season features a special guest appearance from Nia Long. There’s more crime-fighting action on the streets of LA with former Criminal Minds star Shemar Moore in the brand-new action-packed S.W.A.T season 1, starting Thursday 18 January at 20:00. And if you can’t get enough of that special agent action, don’t miss the film S.W.A.T: Under Siege scheduled on M-Net 101 on Saturday, 20 January at 23:00.

The popular legal drama, Bull is back on air with its second season on Thursdays at 21:00. Michael Weatherly returns as the charismatic, charming and smart-talking legal consultant whose unique firm helps clients prep for trials using revolutionary psychological techniques.

The show that continues to capture the hearts of viewers around the world, This is Us season 2 returns for another Golden Globe-nominated and Emmy Award-winning instalment. More compelling than ever, this season continues to dig deeper into the lives of the Pearsons exploring their flaws and tragedies as well as their triumphs and achievements from Monday 22 January at 20:00.

Based on the acclaimed film of the same name, the dark Brit dramedy Snatch season 1 sees small-time criminal Albert Hill getting sucked into the high-stakes world of organised crime from Thursday 25 January at 22:00. Then, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton are joined by songstresses Miley Cyrus and Jennifer Hudson for season 13 of the Emmy-winning reality singing competition The Voice US on Friday 26 January at 19:00.

A quick snapshot of the M-Net channel 101 February 2018 line-up:

Chicago Fireseason 6 starts 20 February at 19:00
In the intense season premiere, Chief Boden makes a risky last minute decision to save the squad, who are trapped inside a burning building.

Chicago PD season 5 starts 20 February at 20:00
Chicago’s elite group of officers and detectives put the pin on crime, in this acclaimed drama, another fast-paced addition to the series, from Emmy-winning creator **** Wolf (Law & Order).

Ten Days in the Valley season 1 final 6 episodes will air 13 February 22:00
Golden Globe winner Kyra Sedgwick returns to television for this edge-of-your-seat thriller about an overworked TV producer and single mother whose life is thrown into turmoil when her daughter goes missing.

Here Now season 1 will air Express from the US from 12 February at 21:00
The Oscar and Golden Globe-winning writer of ‘Six Feet Under’ penned this introspective family dramedy about a multi-racial family consisting of a couple, their three adopted children and one biological child.

The Big Bang Theory season 11 starts 14 February at 19:00
The Golden Globe and Emmy winning escapades of a group of lovable, socially awkward scientists returns with just as much hilarity and entertainment.

Young Sheldon season 1 starts on 14 February at 19:30
Based on the once-in-a-generation story of a 9-year-old Sheldon Cooper, this family comedy explores the young genius’ sometimes challenging and sometimes amusing life growing up in East Texas.

Homeland season 7 starts 21 February at 21:00
Emmy-winner Claire Danes returns for another season of Golden Globe-winning espionage in this acclaimed thriller exploring contemporary themes of American politics.

Longmire season 6 starts 1 Feb at 23:00
Based on the best-selling mystery novels, Longmire follows the adventures of a troubled county Sheriff. Robert Taylor (The Matrix) and Katee Sackhoff (Battlestar Galactica) star.

Trial & Error season 1 starts 9 February at 23:00
True crime has never looked as ridiculous as it does in this outrageous comedy, from the producer of ‘Angie Tribeca’. A bright-eyed New York lawyer (Nicholas D'Agosto, Gotham) takes on his first big case: defending an eccentric professor (John Lithgow, The Crown), accused of the bizarre murder of his wife.

Riverdale season 2 starts 24 February at 20:00
Loosely based on the popular comic book characters, this intense, subversive teen drama follows the darkness beneath a seemingly wholesome small town. From Emmy-nominee Greg Berlanti.

Modus season 2 starts 3 February after Saturday night movie
Golden Globe-winner Kim Cattrall joins the cast for the second season of this gripping, edge-of-your-seat Swedish thriller. When the US President is kidnapped in Stockholm, her deadly disappearance and power struggles promise to unearth long hidden secrets.

Kevin Can Wait season 2 starts 11 February at 16:00
Co-created by and starring funnyman Kevin James, this family comedy follows a newly retired police officer who comes to realise that his house is more of a challenge than his job on the beat ever was.

Dancing with the Stars SA season 1 starts 4 February at 17:00
Twelve untrained local celebs will be putting their best foot forward to compete in this proudly South African version of the glamourous reality series.

Wow. What a line up. Can't wait to see them all
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Happy to see quite a few of these, but after watching the Golden Globes, there are a lot more that I would love to see:

Ozark
Smilf
The Marvelous Mrs Maisel
Will & Grace
Wizard of Lies
Better Things
I Love ****

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Happy to see quite a few of these, but after watching the Golden Globes, there are a lot more that I would love to see:

Ozark
Smilf
The Marvelous Mrs Maisel
Will & Grace
Wizard of Lies
Better Things
I Love ****

to name a few.....
Ozark is on Netflix

The marvelous Mrs Maisel is on Amazon prime video
I love **** is also on Amazon prime video

We were told months ago will and Grace will air in May this year subject to change
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Ozark is on Netflix

The marvelous Mrs Maisel is on Amazon prime video
I love **** is also on Amazon prime video

We were told months ago will and Grace will air in May this year subject to change
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Do you think we will ever get Grace and Frankie on M-Net? Orange is The New Black is also Netflix and that was screened on M-Net. One can hope.
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Do you think we will ever get Grace and Frankie on M-Net? Orange is The New Black is also Netflix and that was screened on M-Net. One can hope.
Orange Is The New Black started airing in SA long before Netflix was available locally so M-Net obtained the rights for the entire series at that time. Any new Netflix contently is almost certainly going to be obtained by Netflix exclusively to boost their offering as opposed to giving it to the competition.
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As Krugie said Netflix original will remain only on Netflix
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As Krugie said Netflix original will remain only on Netflix
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