As one of the most popular additions to DStv and GOtv, ESPN and ESPN 2, have captivated audiences in Africa with their impressive sports offerings. While the channels have been warmly received by many, there are still some people who aren’t sports fans.
DStv and GOtv have found alternative viewing options to ensure that the whole family can enjoy the latest in international entertainment.
Take a look at some of the options available.
On 25 August, you can watch The Jump on ESPN 2, DStv Channel 218, at 21:00 CAT. But if you don’t feel like watching an NBA discussion, you can always watch WAGS LA. This docu-series follows the lives of the hottest wives and girlfriends of sports players, available on E! Entertainment on DStv Channel 124 at 09:25 CAT and GOtv Channel 26, Channel 126 Ghana and Channel 326 Uganda at 07:25 CAT.
The NBA Playoffs are hitting our screens on 28 August on ESPN 2, DStv Channel 218, at 22:45 CAT. If shooting hoops isn’t your thing, why not tickle your funny bone with America’s Funniest Home Videos? Take a look at some of the most embarrassing moments that have been captured on film on Fox, DStv Channel 125 at 22:45 CAT and GOtv Channel 19, Channel 119 Ghana and Channel 319 Uganda at 20:20 for GOtv Max subscribers.
Tired of basketball? Well the PGA Tour will be available for viewing on 26 August, on DStv SuperSport 5, Channel 225, and GOtv SuperSelect 5, Channel 5, Channel 136 Ghana and Channel 336 Uganda, at 20:30 CAT. Looking for more drama? Well, then Sweet Home Sextuplets is just the show for you. Follow the lives of spouses Courtney and Eric Waldrop and their nine children, which includes a set of sextuplets. You can follow their story at 20:00 CAT on TLC, DStv Channel 135.
Kick things up a notch with Major League Soccer on ESPN, DSTV Channel 218 and GOtv Max, Channel 37, on 27 August at 14:00 CAT. Had enough football? Then Killing Eve might be right up your alley. Follow the story of two women, Eve, an MI6 operative, and Villanelle, the beautiful, psychopathic assassin who needs to find her. Available on Fox, DStv Channel 125, at 14:00 CAT and GOtv Channel 19, Channel 119 Ghana and Channel 319 Uganda, at 12:00 CAT.
The sometimes controversial but always entertaining sports talk show Pardon the Interruption is available on ESPN 2, DStv Channel 219 on 27 August at 20:20 CAT. Not in the mood for sports discussions? Have a good laugh instead when you tune in to Black-Ish to follow a man’s struggle to get his family to mingle with the neighbours and find their place in society. You can watch back to back episodes on BET, DStv Channel 129, from 20:30 – 21:00 CAT and GOtv Channel 21, Channel 121 Ghana and Channel 321 Uganda.
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