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30.9.14

Now that @BET_Intl is in SA, here are some of the shows that you MUST watch

BET is back in SA (read previous post here) and we know a couple of great shows that are on the channel, thanks to StarSat. So with so many shows (some great, some bland) we decided to pick the shows you just HAVE to watch

106 & Park

The music and entertainment show hosted by musician and actor, Bow Wow alongside Keshia Chante. As per usual in music shows, they interview the hottest R&B and hip-hop stars in front of a live audience weeknights, everyday, at the show's New York City studios. Everyone, from Rihanna, J. Lo. JHud, Beyonce, Kanye West, Kerry Washington and more, have been interviewed on the show. 
Catch 106 & Park, weekdays at 7pm

The Wendy Williams Show

The Wendy Williams Show is one of the most successful daytime talk shows in the US. The syndicated talk show has catapulted Wendy Williams to stardom, infamy and the ability to be able to attract the cream of Hollywood to her couch. Wendy is never afraid to speak her mind on her show and her Hot Topics segment is popular and has gotten her into trouble many a times with celebrities like Beyonce, Mariah and Jay Z. Touted to be the next 'Oprah Winfrey', Wendy's popularity keeps her show on air and we love how she is not afraid to speak her mind. 
Catch The Wendy Williams Show, weekdays at 10pm

Sunday Best

So Sunday Best  is currently aired, Sundays on SABC 2 at 8pm. But it's still great that BET is bringing the show for the local audience. SABC 2 is currently showing season 6, which is judged by Donnie McClurkin, Cece Winans and Yolanda Adams and hosted by Kirk Franklin. Think Idols and you'll know what Sunday Best is all about, except this time it's gospel. It's a great show. BET will be showing season 7, with Kierra Sheard joining the judges panel. 
Catch Sunday Best Sundays at 5pm

Being Mary Jane

Being Mary Jane stars Gabrielle Union and her performance on the show, impressed many TV critics. After the success of Kerry Washington and her role on The Fixer, everyone was now on the search for the next series led by a African-American actress. The show premiered with had more than 4 million viewers, which was a success for the channel.  Being Mary Jane is about Mary Jane, a successful TV anchor, who is not so successful in her personal life.  As she juggles her life, her work and her commitment to her family, we find out how far she’s willing to go to find the puzzle pieces that she, and society, insist are missing from her life. 
Being Mary Jane returns next year for a second season. 

Catch DStv on Channel 135

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