Published Feb 04
Let the magic in this February with M-Net’s sterling must-watch content
After hitting the ground running in January, mark February 2021 as another month of great content on M-Net. From new series and returning favourites to reality shows and blockbusters, here is what viewers can expect.
South Africa's first Bachelorette, Qiniso Van Damme will try her luck once more in love when 19 gentlemen compete for her heart from 11 February in The Bachelorette SA at 19:30 CAT. Find out who is going to steal her heart?
Get ready for love, lust, betrayal, and scandals when Love Island South Africa debuts on Sunday, 28 February, at 20:05 CAT.
On the international series side, the highly publicised series Walker will take over Tuesday nights from 2 February at 19:30 CAT. The series, which is a reboot action series of the long-running Walker Texas Ranger series, features Supernatural star Jared Padalecki as the new Walker.
Then Thursday night, from 4 February at 21:30 CAT, will see the beginning of the brand-new thought-provoking Scottish thriller miniseries The Victim, which focuses on an alleged case of mistaken identity.
The drama intensifies on Legacy, bringing more twists, turns, clashes, and excitement with new characters that will keep you glued to M-NET (DStv Channel 101/102) at 19:00 CAT every Monday to Thursday.
Crime procedural fans are in for a treat with FBI Season 3 returning at 20:30 CAT on Tuesday, 16 February, and season two of FBI: Most Wanted airing on Wednesday, 17 February, at 20:30 CAT.
Fans of the medical drama Grey’s Anatomy will be excited to hear that season 17 of the highly acclaimed series will air on 22 February at 20:30 CAT. Also, season 4 of Station 19, the Grey’s Anatomy spin-off firefighter drama, is coming back at 19:30 CAT on the same day.
Sunday Night Blockbusters
The iconic Sunday night movies line -up includes the latest blockbusters, such as The Informer (2019) and The Outpost (2020).